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Supplying up to 100 kW heat

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If you supply heat to consumers or to small businesses with a maximum connection of 100 Kilowatt, you must adhere to the Dutch Heat Act (Warmtewet).To do so, you have to:

  • register as heat supplierExternal link (in Dutch) with the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM)
  • enter an agreement with your clients
  • comply with the maximum rates set by ACM
  • find out whether you need a permit from ACM to supply heat

If you are involved in a disagreement, you may approach a Disputes Committee. All heat suppliers must be registered with such a Disputes Committee.

Reference values heating equipment

The Heating Reglation (based on the Heat Act) sets reference values for heat distribution equipmentExternal link (in Dutch) in order to establish maximum prices.

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