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  4. Heated argument: Can heat users across the economy be convinced of the case for change?

Heated argument: Can heat users across the economy be convinced of the case for change?

17 Oct 2012

Government and industry see that our energy system in 2050 could be very different to today. How does the way we heat our economy need to change and how can we make sure we take the users of heat with us?

To address these questions, the CHPA and the Energy Institute are hosting the Heat Conference 2012 in Central London on Thursday 15th November. Participants will have the opportunity to debate key aspects of the future of heat and to hear from speakers including Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and John Gummer, Baron Deben, President of the Committee on Climate Change.

We’ll look at the current and future needs of heat customers and ask how heat users across the economy can be convinced of the need to change. Representatives of BDR Thermea, the Better Buildings Partnership, TATA Chemicals Europe and Scotia Gas Networks have been invited to share their views on the needs of heat customers in a dedicated session chaired by Professor Matt Leach CEng FEI, Vice President of the Energy Institute.

Join us on 15th November for this year’s most comprehensive conversation about the future of heat. You can book your place at the Heat Conference at www.heatconference.co.uk. Prices start at just £95 for public sector organisations, with discounts also available to CHPA and EI members.