Decarbonising heat

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Decarbonising heat

22 May 2018
Network Theatre
Networks

Heating our homes accounts for almost 25% of the UK’s carbon emissions, while process heat accounts for 40% of  industrial energy use.  If the UK is to meet its 2050 carbon reduction targets, industry will need to explore new solutions for reducing emissions from heat.  This seminar will explore the latest trials and demonstrators leading the search for solutions to decarbonizing heat.

Chair: Keith McLean, Founder and Managing Director, Providence Policy 

The role of hydrogen in decarbonizing heat – demonstrator update
Keith McLean, Founder and Managing Director, Providence Policy 

The Freedom Project: hybrid heating trials
Oliver Lancaster, Future Energy Project Manager, Wales & West Utilities
Ian Rose, Professional Services Director, PassivSystems 

The future of low carbon gas production
Mitya Pearson, Manager, Carbon Connect 

Decarbonisation strategies for process heat – learnings from UK gas distribution networks
Stefan Romocki, Founder and Managing Director,  ProHeat Systems 

Chairperson
Keith MacLean, managing director - Providence Policy
Speakers
Ian Rose, Professional services director - PassivSystems
Keith MacLean, managing director - Providence Policy
Mitya Pearson , Manager - Carbon Connect
Oliver Lancaster, future of energy project manager - Wales & West Utilities
Stefan Romocki, Founder and managing director - ProHeat Systems