An independent and impartial Committee has been appointed to provide oversight of the Scheme Rules and may propose changes to the Scheme Rules to help better facilitate achievement of Heat Trust’s objectives. The members of the Committee are drawn from a wide range of stakeholder organisations including: heat suppliers, consumer representatives, registered providers and industry stakeholders.

The role of the Committee is to oversee the adoption, maintenance and updating of the Scheme Rules.

Committee members act in their own capacity.

The current Heat Trust committee members are:


  • Karen McArthur (chair)
  • Sarah Diver (Adjuvo Ltd)
  • Kieran Sinclair (The Association for Decentralised Energy)
  • Emma Ashcroft (Carbon Trust)
  • Cara Holmes (Citizens Advice)
  • Stephanie Millar (Citizens Advice Scotland)
  • Alistair Hill (Consumer Scotland)
  • Stephen Webber (Energetik)
  • Rebecca Robbins (Renewable Energy Consumer Code)
  • Christine Tate (Scope)
  • Ed Weightman (Severn Trent)
  • Rochelle Dickson (SSE)


  • Lorenzo Wong (BEIS (UK Government Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy))
  • Dennis Berg (Ofgem)
  • Malcolm Rose (Scottish Government)
  • Anna Eagar (Urban Life Consultants)

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The independent steering committee putting forward the proposals is made up of consumer groups and industry representatives. Members include:

  • Barratt Homes
  • Brookfield Utilities
  • Consumer Futures
  • E.ON
  • Ener-G Switch2
  • SSE
  • GLA
  • Home Builders Federation
  • The Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • UrbanLife
  • The Association for Decentralised Energy - secretariat
  • Scottish Government – Observing
  • DECC – Observing
  • Which? – Associate

Secretariat - The Association for Decentralised Energy

This section lists all Registered Sites and Participants.

 Heat Trust Logo Registered ParticipantHeat networks can vary in how they are designed, built and operated. Therefore we require companies to register each heat network individually as a Registered Site. This means that a supplier who operates more than one heat network may have registered some heat networks with Heat Trust, and not others. All of the sites that are registered with Heat Trust are listed below and shown on our map (see menu on the left). This is updated as new sites are registered.   

Registered Participant is a company that has registered one or more heat networks with Heat Trust. This is the heat supplier for the heat network site(s) that they have registered with Heat Trust.

Therefore a Registered Site means a development, site, scheme or location, within which a heat network is operating that has registered with Heat Trust.

Heat Trust Logo Registered Site

By registering with Heat Trust, Registered Participants are making a commitment that each Registered Site they have registered with Heat Trust will comply with the service standards set-out in the Scheme Rules, the Scheme Bye-Laws, and the Guidelines.

For further information, please see the Scheme Rules.

These Registered Sites and Participants can also be verified through the use of the registered Heat Trust trademark. Only Registered Sites and Participants of Heat Trust have permission to use this mark. Please contact us if you believe this mark is being used without our permission.

Registered Participants

We currently have twenty one heat suppliers that have registered one or more heat networks with Heat Trust:

  • Aberdeen Heat and Power Company Ltd
  • AMP Clean Energy Services Ltd
  • Anchor Hanover Group (Anchor)
  • Brunel Street Works Energy Services Ltd
  • East London Energy Ltd (Equans)
  • Energetik (Lee Valley Heat Network Operating Company Ltd)
  • Equans Urban Energy Ltd (formerly Engie Urban Energy Ltd)
  • E.ON UK Infrastructure Services Ltd
  • GTC Infrastructure Ltd (Metropolitan)
  • Independent Community Heating Ltd (Metropolitan)
  • Loka Energy Ltd (Pinnacle Power)
  • Metropolitan Infrastructure Ltd
  • Metropolitan King’s Cross
  • Pinnacle Power Ltd (trading as 'With Energy')
  • Platform Housing Ltd
  • PP ESCO (CLAPHAM PARK) Ltd (Pinnacle Power)
  • The Movement ESCO Ltd (Vital Energi)
  • The Paintworks ESCO Ltd (Vital Energi)
  • SSE Heat Networks Ltd
  • Switch2 Energy Ltd
  • Veolia Energy and Utility Services UK 
  • Watkins Energy Ltd


Registered Sites

Below are the heat networks that are registered with Heat Trust. They have been grouped according to the region where they are located. A map of registered sites is available in the left hand menu.

London region

The following heat networks are registered with Heat Trust in the London region, categorised by borough:


Academy Central


Enderby Wharf
Greenwich Millennium Village (Phases 3, 4 & 5, parts of the
development to the east of Southern Way/Southern Park)
Greenwich Peninsula
Greenwich Square
Kidbrooke Village
New Capital Quay
Synergy, Charlton
The Movement
Trinity Walk
Woolwich Royal Arsenal


Clapham Park
Grafton Square
Myatts Field North


Colindale Gardens
Millbrook Park
Ridgeway Views
West Hendon


Dalston Square
Haggerston and Kingsland
Principal Place & Principal Tower


Cannon Wharf
Catford Green
Loampit Vale
Marine Wharf
Thurston Road
Yeoman Street


Eastside Quarter

Hammersmith & Fulham

Fulham Wharf
TV Centre
White City


Barrier Park
Beckton Parkside
Brunel Street Works
Canning Town (East City Point)
Hallsville Quarter
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Royal Albert Wharf
Stratford Eye
Upton Gardens


Barham Park
North West Lands
Olympic Way
Wembley Park


The Lane, White Hart Lane


Elephant Park
London Square Bermondsey
Maple Quays
One the Elephant
Southbank Tower
Trafalgar Place
The Denizen


Central King's Cross


Orchard Village
Reflections Romford

Tower Hamlets

Aldgate Place
Alie Street (Altitude)
Blackwall Reach
Harbour Central/ Millharbour Plaza
Lincoln Plaza
St Andrews
Wick Lane

City of London

Fann Street
St Barts Square


Drayton Garden Village
Old Vinyl Factory
St Andrew's Park

Waltham Forest

Blackhorse Lane
Ferry Lane
Equipment Works


City House
New South Quarter


Lampton Road


Battersea Power Station
Hardwicks Way
Riverlight Heat Network
The Residence (Nine Elms)
Wandsworth Riverside Quarter 


Arnos Grove
Ponders End


North Seven
Queensland Road


Merchant Square



South-East region

The following heat networks are registered with Heat Trust in the South-East region, categorised by local authority:

Brighton and Hove City Council
Brighton Marina

Kent County Council
Copperhouse Green

Oxfordshire County Council
Bicester Heat Network

Southampton City Council
Centenary Quay

West Berkshire Council
Newbury Racecourse


South-West region

The following heat networks are registered with Heat Trust in the South-West region, categorised by local authority:

Bath and North East Somerset Council
Bath Western Riverside

Bristol City Council
The Paintworks

Devon County Council

Exeter City Council


Midlands region

The following heat networks are registered with Heat Trust in the Midlands region, categorised by local authority:

Leicester City Council
De Montfort House


North-East region 

The following heat networks are registered with Heat Trust in the North-East region, categorised by local authority:

East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Five Rivers

Newcastle City Council
Bishops Court

North Yorkshire County Council
Townhead Court

Northumberland County Council
Jubilee Lodge 

Leeds City Council
Chapel Green
Oxenford Court

Sunderland City Council
Pickersgill House



The following heat networks are registered with Heat Trust in Scotland, categorised by local authority:

Aberdeen City Council
Wellheads Housing Development

Glasgow City Council

Renfrewshire Council

Heat Trust is all about protecting heat network customers.

Low carbon heat networks are changing the way we heat our homes. They are set to play a key role in meeting carbon reduction targets and helping to create a sustainable energy future. The government is investing heavily in these networks and the number of UK households using them is expected to grow rapidly over the next few years.

The heat network sector is diverse, with thousands of individual heat network providers, of all shapes and sizes, but the market is currently unregulated.

Heat Trust launched in November 2015 as an independent, non-profit consumer champion for heat networks that holds the industry to account for the benefit of everyone involved.

We make sure customers enjoy the benefits of heating systems fit for the future by:

  • Applying strict customer service standards to heat suppliers, similar to those for traditional gas and electricity suppliers
  • Providing access to an independent dispute resolution service through the Energy Ombudsman
  • Working with suppliers to promote best practice, innovation and continuous improvement in customer service.

Consumer protection is essential to the long-term success of heat networks. We’re putting in place the foundations of regulations that will protect customers while allowing this exciting new industry to flourish.

The Heat Trust Scheme is managed by Heat Customer Protection Limited – a not-for-profit company, and overseen by a Board and stakeholder Committee. For more information, please see our page on Governance.

An interactive map of all the heat networks that are registered with Heat Trust can be found here, along with a named list of all registered suppliers and sites here.