The Heat Is On: An Energy Sharing Quest

GreenSCIES Interactive Map

Click on the yellow symbols on the map below to find out more about the GreenSCIES project and the work of its partners.

The Heat is on: an Energy Quest
What is a Fifth Generation Heat Network?Testing EVs and energy systemsReplication of smart local energy systems and city energy transformationIslington’s Bunhill Heat and Power NetworkWhat do we mean by Vehicle to Grid?Investment in community energyLow Energy ClustersHow can heating infrastructure form part of the cityscape?Islington’s Net Zero pathway with GreenSCIESGreenSCIES – the big pictureLoch Ness isn't part of GreenSCIES yet, but it would provide a great source of thermal storage for a low temperature heat network!Cycling is another great way of saving energy and cutting CO2Insulate your home to keep heat in! If possible, fill all cavity walls and use at least 250mm of loft insulationPlanning for a low carbon future

Loch Ness isn't part of GreenSCIES yet, but it would provide a great source of thermal storage for a low temperature heat network!

Cycling is another great way of saving energy and cutting CO2

Insulate your home to keep heat in! If possible, fill all cavity walls and use at least 250mm of loft insulation

There are fourteen items to find on the interactive map above, eleven of which will take you to a page created by one of the project partners. These pages explain a little more about the work they have been doing to develops this innovative project to create a fifth generation heat network in the London Borough of Islington. As you can see from the yellow areas on the map, though, it goes a lot further than just a heat network, as it integrates power and clean forms of transport.

This quest was created as part of the London Festival of Architecture, the world’s largest annual architecture festival, with a linked lunchtime event on 15 June 2021, where people were able to question the GreenSCIES team about how the project has been developed.