Jane Gray
Content director

To meet the UK net zero carbon target by 2050, real progress to decarbonise heat across the UK needs to start happening now. As we move into a decade of disruption, it is a crucial time to set out what the next steps are on the route towards low carbon heat across the UK.

Back by popular demand, Network’s second Future of Heat Conference addresses how the industry, in collaboration with all stakeholders, can drive real progress in decarbonising heat across the UK. The event will feature expert speakers to outline the direction of travel and to define what next practical steps you need to take over the next decade to drive real, measurable progress.

We look forward to meeting you in Birmingham for what promises to be an insightful day of networking and knowledge exchange.

P.S Don’t forget to join us at the pre-conference half-day workshop on 25 February!

Who should attend:

All stakeholders with an interest in the future of decarbonised heat in the UK including: policy makers, local government, regulators, generators, network operators, supply chain, technology, academia, public bodies, finance, advisory, legal and consultancy.  The conference will bring together all stakeholders involved, to create an environment in which the future of heat agenda can move forward.

This conference will be of particular interest to CEOs, COOs, directors, heads and managers responsible for:

Strategy | Policy | Infrastructure | Gas transmission | Networks | Energy futures | Low carbon | Asset management | Regulation

Network is a sister publication to the well-established and highly successful brand, Utility Week, and provides a much-needed resource for engineers in the UK’s gas, power and heat networks at a time of transformation and disruption across the nation’s energy system.

The magazine is published monthly across both print and digital platforms while the website also offers rolling news, blogs and opinion on key developments in the energy networks landscape. For more information or to stay up to date, visit: www.networks.online