(e) optimizing the operation of the facility to maximize the use of residual heat sources and minimize the heat consumption required for gas-fired boilers; (i) the distribution network from the existing Trident Park ERF site to the back-up/top-up energy centre, the district heating network and the basic concept 1 connections, as well as the future development of the Phase 1a customer network; Our review of the agreements we received showed that although there may be individual clauses in some agreements that a typical consumer could find130 Citizens Advice-Networks: a customer perspective Case Study Report: April 2016 – March 2017131 Heat Trust First Year Annual Results.132 An important requirement for Heat Trust is that thermal energy suppliers enter into contracts with domestic and micro-economic companies through a heat supply contract. Planning and extension of the distribution network from the existing ErF site in Trident Park to the back-up energy centre and district heating network. Although the heat and electricity that your home receives from an NHD is provided as part of this heat supply agreement and not under the terms of that rental agreement, the heat and electricity that your home receives from an NHD and your obligations under the heat supply contract are fundamental to the way heat is provided to your home, so these agreements are part of this lease agreement. The Authority is working to acquire experienced companies to support the successful development of a strategic heat network in Cardiff, the Cardiff Heat Heat Heat Network (`CHN`). Any heat supply contract between you and us is attached to the rental agreement. This means that if you do not comply with your obligations under the heat supply contract, we will consider this a breach of your obligations under that lease agreement and we may ask a court to evict you from your home. After commissioning, it is proposed that the CHN provide a large number of customers in the Cardiff area in two initial phases, with the ability and intention to develop the CHN in the future, low-carbon energy. Clients of the Core Phase 1 program are primarily public sector organizations (as indicated in Section VI.3) (additional information) (“Phase 1 clients”). Phase 1 customers identified specific energy needs and, in particular, because of their technical requirements for low-carbon energy and their geographic location, they chose to be part of the project so that these requirements could be met. As a result, Phase 1 customers will enter into energy supply contracts directly with ESCO as part of the project. As part of the overall project activity, each of the Phase 1 clients has declarations of agreement regarding the extent of their respective roles in the project and the terms of the aforementioned energy supply agreements.
More information on these agreements will be provided through the ITN. As part of Phase 1a, other public and private customers near the Phase 1 network line will also be targeted for connection during Phase 1 and after completion. ESCO has the option of ordering contractors to extend the network to Phase 1a customers on the basis of contractual terms between ESCO and contractors between ESCO and the contractors. This applies to all lots. United Kingdom-Cardiff: district heating network (a) Design and construction of the distribution network of the existing ERF site from Trident Park to Phase 1, through the basic energy centre and the district heating network.