This report addresses concerns expressed by real estate professionals on the capacity of London's energy infrastructure. The concerns were that there was a lack of capacity which was increasing the complexity, expense and risk to new office developments. The research found the key issues were: high connection charges, a lack of security of supply delivered risk to developments through uncertain timeframes, increased upfront costs, investment in the network was limited by Ofgem and issues around district heating networks.

Publication Date 31 Jan 2013
Title Capacity of Central London's Energy Infrastructure
Category BCO Research & Policy, Construction, Engineering, Technical Services, QS & Cost Control, Environmental Sustainability & Energy, Urban Affairs & Planning
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