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Where are the networks going to be developed?

The heat networks will be installed in phases to supply new homes and businesses in areas of Enfield that are being regenerated.

The biggest phase of the community heat network will run underground from the Energy Centre at the EcoPark in Edmonton to Meridian Water. Meridian Water is the borough’s biggest development area – with 10,000 new homes and businesses being built over the next 20 years

There are other areas in the borough that are being regenerated. New homes in these areas will be supplied by energetik:

  • Montmorency Park (formally Ladderswood Estate) in Arnos Grove
  • Alma Estate and Electric Quarter in Ponders End

 

These sites will be connected to smaller local energy centres and pipe networks. We plan to expand the network over time so that more homes and business can benefit from connecting to energetik’s community heat network.

See our interactive map for more details about our community heat networks

Customers needing extra help

We want to ensure that all of our customers receive the right service to meet their needs. If you have special requirements or a disability, we will do our best to help you. To make sure we can help, you should contact us so we can add your details to our Priority Services Register (PSR).

Some of the services we provide to our Priority Services Register customers:

  • We can arrange to manage your heating account through someone you trust. We can send letters and statements to them directly. And you can give us authority to speak to them on your behalf on the telephone.
  • We can set up a password that can be used for you to identify any person working for us.
  • If you’re visually or hearing impaired we can provide support to help you manage your account.
  • If you’re having problems paying for your heating, please let us know as soon as you can. We can put you in touch with advice and support agencies.
  • If you have a vulnerability which is made worse by lack of heat, we won’t disconnect your supply between October and May. But please note that if you run out of credit, this will mean you won’t have heating and hot water. We will provide you with a temporary heater if your heating system fails.

Contact us to add your details to the Priority Services Register

Just contact us, register your need and we’ll be able to help.

Energy Saving Help

There’s lots of resources and useful advice out there, to help you save energy, money and the planet. Here are some of our favourite sources.

Energy Saving Trust – get independent and impartial advice to help you

Government advice – check your eligibility for government grants and benefits

Citizens Advice – lots of useful resources, tools and advice on energy and your rights

If you are unhappy

Have we let you down?

We want to hear about it if you aren’t happy.

Just have a query?

If you’ve just got a query about your heat supply or the way we do things at energetik, you can call us, write to us, or email help@energetik.support.

What if I need to make a complaint?

If you would like to make an official complaint about any aspect of our service, we will take it seriously. We will work hard to resolve the problem and capture your feedback so we can learn from it.

Please explain to us what the problem is so we can understand what’s gone wrong. You can call us on 0333 241 4551, write to us or email us at help@energetik.support. We’ll get back to you within 10 working days (hopefully sooner) and try to sort it out for you.

Download our Complaints Procedure for more information.