Heat Mapping Study

The aim of the London Heat Map and Borough Heat Mapping Studies is to identify opportunities for decentralised energy networks in London. This process is part of the Mayor of London's drive to deliver 25% of London's energy through Decentralised Energy (DE) by 2025.

As part of the London Heat Map programme, the Greater London Authority has commissioned Arup to carry out and provide each of the Boroughs remaining from the Decentralised Energy Master Planning (DEMaP) programme, which was carried out from 2009 to 2010, with a report outlining the potential opportunities for DE; the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames was one such Borough.

Arup have therefore carried out a high level mapping study to identify clusters where potential opportunities for decentralised energy networks may exist in this borough.

The outputs of the Heat Mapping Study, including an implementation plan to help the Borough take the DE opportunities identified to the next stages can be downloaded below. Further information on London's Heat Map, including the heat map reports and data for all London Boroughs are available on the London Heat Map website, which also has an interactive Heat Map.

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames - Heat Mapping Study 2012(pdf, 2186KB)

Updated: 4 May 2012