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District Heating Systems

A district heating network is a system that produces heat from a central location using gas, renewable energy, or waste heat. This heat is then distributed throughout the development and enters the heating equipment in each dwelling. Each dwelling will be fitted with their own meter which will read each users consumption and are billed accordingly.

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Operating both in the residential and commercial sector for over 15 years, Frontline Energy is Ireland’s most experienced District Heating operator.

Frontline acts as the single point of contact for all tenant enquiries. We also manage energy billing and credit control. While we remotely monitor system performance, our own experienced technicians are on standby to provide a 24/7/365 emergency callout service where necessary. Our qualified team also service and maintain all of the HIUs, radiators and ventilation throughout the scheme.

Our Approach


Our Services

Frontline can offer a complete suite of services. You can design your own portfolio of services we will price this accordingly.



We actively source and negotiate the most competitive and flexible energy supply contracts for our clients. We work closely with our client In a partnership first approach to provide full transparency and the information required to determine the best deal that meets their needs.

Case Study

Custom House Square, Dublin

Built in 2000, Custom House Square is a mixed-use development situated in the IFSC, Dublin 1. The complex comprises 588 apartments built over 3 phases and commercial space used for retail and food services.

First year savings for management company
Project funding from SEAI