To date, despite a variety of approaches both directly and indirectly to the NMRO
and the BRDO, the situation remains unchanged with no specific plan to remove illegal products from the market, indeed there would appear to be no cohesive methodology to clearly identify rogue imports.
This involves completing a notification (template spreadsheet) identifying all communal/district heating arrangements, including existing meters to the NMRO along with energy consumption data.
Pending revision of the tool, the requirement to install heat meters to measure final consumption from a heat network in buildings occupied by more than one final customer will not be enforced by the National Measurement andn Regulation Office (NMRO).
It is very important that landlords act now, the NMRO is actively searching out for landlords who have not notified them and there is the risk of fines for non-compliance.