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About Us

Heat matters.  The intersecting climate, energy security, and cost of living crises have made decarbonizing heating a top priority.  Nearly half of all global primary energy consumption is related to heating buildings and despite efforts to shift to renewable energy sources, fossil fuels remain dominant. Heating contributes to roughly 40% of all energy-related greenhouse gas emissions. Decarbonising heating would result in a substantial reduction in global CO₂ emissions and bring about numerous socio-economic co-benefits, including economic growth, job creation, poverty reduction, enhanced social welfare, and increased resilience and energy security. In many countries, stakeholders are quickly realizing the urgency of decarbonizing the sector and the opportunities it brings.  Significant investment programs are now in place to accelerate the development of, and transition to, green heating. Investments like these are likely to dominate infrastructure spending for years to come. 

Although the pursuit of net-zero and lower energy costs has generated a lot of talk, project delivery remains unacceptably low. This is in large part due to the various capacity gaps that complicate the decarbonisation landscape and increase cost and risk for stakeholders. These gaps include, among others, an industry-wide lack of necessary and emerging skills, an absence of replicable tenets of best practice, and disjointed supply chains.

Decarbonising heating faster and more affordably is what we do

Heatnet Global was born out of a recognition of the industry's capacity gaps and a desire to bridge them. Benefiting from its Nordic roots, Heatnet Global draws on the decades of knowledge and know-how that made the region a pioneer in green energy. The recipe for successful decarbonisation of heating is not new, and there is no reason for project teams to start from scratch. Replication of successful strategies and solutions is critical to minimise costs and to speed up the delivery of low carbon heating outcomes. 

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Local Networks, Global Reach

Our networks are rooted locally, but our reach is global. Heatnet Global operates in over 20 markets, primarily in Europe and increasingly in North America and Asia. Our team reflects our global reach, with individual members serving as local points of contact in their respective regions. Heatnet Global's team reinforces its ethos of action, each team member possessing first-hand experience working on low carbon heat projects in their respective markets.

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