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.
Only here can you:
- Find out how stakeholders are preparing for UK heat policy changes
- Gain key insights from ongoing low-carbon heat leadership case studies and hydrogen projects
- Learn how your peers are using collaboration to pave the way to decarbonising heat
- Participate in interactive workshops dedicated to engaging consumers and low carbon innovations
Our expert speakers include:
- Edward Syson, Chief safety and strategy officer, Cadent Gas
- Emma Floyd, Deputy director, heat strategy and heat networks, BEIS
- Dr Tom Knowland, Head of sustainable energy and climate change, Leeds City Council
- David Watson, Director, Group strategic planning, Centrica
- Daniel Archard, Asset sustainability manager, Clarion Housing Group
- Tim Harwood, H21 programme director and head of hydrogen technologies, Northern Gas Networks
- Gareth Fenney, Head of heat and energy efficiency unit, The Scottish Government
- And more…
Book now for this conference today to benefit from the £100 early bird saving.