FUTURE OF HEAT CONFERENCE

ACCELERATING THE DECARBONISATION OF HEAT TO 2030

26/02/2020 | Birmingham

The UK’s only editorially led event that engages all stakeholders to drive progress on the low carbon heat agenda

NOWHERE ELSE CAN YOU:

  • Hear from a range of stakeholders how they are preparing for UK heat policy changes
  • Gain key learnings and insights from ongoing case studies and projects
  • Find out how collaboration can play a key role in paving the way to decarbonise heat
  • Attend interactive learning workshops dedicated to low carbon technologies and innovations

EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Jody Pittaway
Head of project development
SSE

Dr Keith MacLean
Managing director
Providence Policy

Emma Floyd
Deputy Director, Heat strategy and heat networks
BEIS

Dr Tom Knowland
Head of sustainable energy and climate change
Leeds City Council

Daniel Archard
Asset sustainability manager
Clarion Housing Group

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Matthew Hindle
Head of Gas
Energy Networks Association

NEW FOR 2020!

Interactive knowledge-sharing breakouts

Live audience polling and Q&A

Pre-conference deep dive workshop

BOOK YOUR TICKET

Prices:

  • Conference and pre-event workshop: Utilities, public sector, non-profit, academic - £599 (+VAT)
  • Conference and pre-event workshop: Standard - £699 (+VAT)
  • Conference only: Utilities, public sector, non-profit, academic - £399 (+VAT)
  • Conference only: Standard - £499 (+VAT)

What's included:

  • Insights from 20+industry-leading speakers
  • Exclusive case studies and innovative projects to decarbonise heat
  • A rare opportunity to network with over 100 + infrastructure innovators and low carbon heat champions
  • Delicious buffet lunch and refreshments
  • Exclusive access to post-show presentations and reports

"Excellent at bringing together all the key players who can lead the change in how we heat our homes & businesses in the UK. We know the size of the problem, now we need to act to solve it!” Senior manager, innovation, EDF Energy

"Insightful conference and skilled speakers - a clear overview of the main challenges and pathway options of heat decarbonisation.”
Strategy associate, British Gas

“Excellent event, well run and well attended with a broad spectrum of topics covered on the future of heat in the UK.”
Associate, Dentons

"Positive to see an event purely aimed at heat networks"
Smart grid engineer, Electricity North West

“A real wake up call for action on decarbonising heat - valuable and powerful”
Director of innovation and business strategy, Anesco

VENUE

The National Conference Centre

Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 0EJ
(Formally known as: National Motorcycle Museum)

REGISTRATION SUPPORT

For help with your booking, please contact Anthony Ologun

T: +44 (0)1342 332012 E: anthonyologun@fav-house.com