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Independent Networks Association

Shaping the future of the UK energy sector

INA publications and reports

Here you’ll find the latest INA publications and reports.

7 June 2021

Independent Networks Association publishes a report highlighting necessary steps toward the successful implementation of the Future Homes Standard

The Independent Networks Association has published a report reviewing the Government’s Future Homes Standard. Produced by EY on behalf of the INA, the report looks at the practical timescales for transitioning to the Standard, the overall fit with a range of de-carbonising heat technologies (e.g. heat pumps) and how it could support the post-Covid economic recovery. The report highlights how the Future Homes Standard is crucial to the delivery of Government policy on achieving zero carbon homes, as well as meeting the Government’s target of building 300,000 new homes per year. The report sets out the steps needed to enable the UK manufacturing sector to lead the implementation of the Future Homes Standard, delivering the means to construct low carbon heating technologies at scale.

22 October 2020

New London School of Economics report highlights the benefit of competition in utility connections

Today the London School of Economics (LSE) has published the report ‘Building Back Faster: Utility connection competition and UK policy priorities for the 2020s.’ The report hails the ‘quiet revolution for new developments’ brought about by the introduction of competition in utility connections, highlighting the benefits this has brought to developers in delivering new homes and buildings.

22 October 2020

New London School of Economics report highlights the benefit of competition in utility connections

Today the London School of Economics (LSE) has published the report ‘Building Back Faster: Utility connection competition and UK policy priorities for the 2020s.’ The report hails the ‘quiet revolution for new developments’ brought about by the introduction of competition in utility connections, highlighting the benefits this has brought to developers in delivering new homes and buildings.

October 2020:

Building Back Faster: Utility connection competition and UK policy priorities for the 2020s

This report presents a fascinating examination of the possibilities of using Independent Networks as a vehicle to deliver connections at the level of speed, cost and efficiency that UK users will require.

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