Heat Networks

We’re busy installing Bristol’s Heat Network – a new network of underground pipes that will deliver affordable, low-carbon heat and energy across the city. Our Heat Network will eventually cover central Bristol and other areas across the city, powered by low carbon energy centres.

Heat Networks Redcliffe Dec 2017

Why do we need Heat Networks?

To play our part in the action against climate change, Bristol has committed to becoming a carbon neutral city. The development of our Heat Network will be the key to achieving this goal by providing local businesses and housing with heat and power from more sustainable sources.

These works form part of a major programme of infrastructure investment and we’re minimising disruption by combining the installation of heat pipes with other major developments like planned road works and the installation of fiber optic broadband in the Bristol.

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0117 352 1180

Low Carbon Bristol Map
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Our City Centre Heat Network

The map below shows an expanded view of our Heat Network developments, bringing low-carbon heat to homes, businesses and communities right across Bristol’s historic city centre.

Bristol City Centre Heat network map

Bristol’s Heat Priority Area

If you have a proposed development within the heat priority area below, please contact us for more information on how to connect to our network.

Bristol's heat priority area map

Find out more about connecting to our Heat Network

To provide more information on Bristol’s Heat Network and how to connect, we’ve produced a series of helpful Connection Packs for businesses and developers. You can download our Connection Packs using the links

Heat Networks Connection Pack – Part 1
Heat Networks Connection Pack – Part 2

If you are interesting in connecting to the Bristol Heat Network, please get in touch with our sales and operations team using the contact details at the top of this page.