FUTURE OF HEAT CONFERENCE

The new UK gathering of government, industry and technology leaders

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08/05/219

Birmingham

The only dedicated event for network professionals to share best practice and drive innovation in decarbonising heat in the UK

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REASONS TO ATTEND:

  • Hear the latest challenges and opportunities surrounding decarbonising heat 
  • Understand the new infrastructure demands and technologies driving the future of gas
  • Work with industry leaders to establish how heat networks and district heating can contribute to decarbonisation
  • Find out how heat networks and district heating can contribute to decarbonisation
  • Hear direct from government on how it is supporting the decarbonisation of heat

32%

Of Britain's total emissions were as a result of domestic and industrial heating in 2015

85%

Of the UK’s heating comes from natural gas, delivered through the gas network. 

80%

The percentage that greener gas and alternative heat technologies could reduce emissions by in 2050

GAME-CHANGING SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Michael Lewis
EON UK

Chief executive

Barry Hatton
UK Power Networks

Director of asset management

Phil Sheppard
National Grid
Director of gas transmission

Charlotte Owen
Association for

Decentralised Energy
Policy officer

Toby Ferenczi
OVO

Director of strategy

Faithful Chanda 150 x 150

Faithful K. Chanda
Western Power Distribution
Innovation & low carbon networks engineer

In 2016, the government committed £320m to a capital investment programme to support up to 200 projects to help upgrade heating in towns and cities.  But, the UK is significantly off track to achieving the fourth and fifth carbon budgets which cover the period to 2032, and the lack of progress to decarbonise heating could make or break the UK’s carbon plans.  Substantial improvements in energy efficiency, more efficient gas appliances, greener forms of gas, and alternative heat technologies could deliver an 80%+ reduction in emissions by 2050. 

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Prices:

  • Utilities, public sector, non-profit, academic- £399 (+VAT)
  • 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

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Taking place:

Birmingham Conference and Events Centre