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Heating Networks

Attracting Top Professional Talent in the Heating Networks Sector

The industry of heating networks, also known as district heating, is a system that provides centralised heating and hot water to residential, commercial, and industrial buildings through a network of pipes. The heat can come from a variety of sources, including biomass, natural gas, waste heat from industrial processes, or renewable energy sources such as geothermal or solar power, which means this sector is often fragmented, with many small and medium-sized companies operating independently. This can make it challenging to create a cohesive and attractive industry brand that can appeal to top talent.

The industry of heating networks has been growing in recent years, particularly in Europe where it has been established for several decades. The benefits of heating networks are increasingly recognised by governments, municipalities, and energy providers around the world, and the industry is expected to continue to expand in the coming years.

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Heat Sourcing

Heat sourcing is undergoing a process of diversification. Traditional sources such as natural gas, propane, oil, coal, and electricity are slowly giving way to sustainable ones, namely solar.

This broad industry segment is constantly seeking skilled professionals in the engineering and management sectors. Ask us how we can help.

Heat Distribution

Heat distribution is almost as diverse as heat sourcing. From forced-air systems to radiant heating and heat pumps, heat makes its way to the end user through a variety of mediums.

Heating technicians and logistics experts are in charge of allowing the distribution process to be seamless and efficient.

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Heat Analytics

Heat analytics is there to help end users gain insight into their heating consumption. Along with helping private owners and businesses in their asset management, monitoring can help users minimise their CO2 emissions. 

People of Talent is committed to sourcing some of the best candidates for this important job.

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