Speakers from National Grid and British Gas are just two of the high profile industry experts announced to present at the forthcoming Future of Domestic Heating Conference and Parliamentary Reception.
Organised by the Heating & Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC), this is the leading event for all those involved in the domestic heating sector and will review the policies needed to both incentivise and legislate for change and identify technologies that could help make the difference whilst continuing to meet demand in an affordable way.
The conference, which is sponsored by Baxi Heating UK, Energy Innovation Centre, Fernox and National Grid, takes place on November 25th at One Birdcage Walk in London. It is followed by a Parliamentary Reception sponsored by Baxi Heating UK and Worcester Bosch and hosted by The Rt Hon the Lord Whitty at the House Lords.
At this leading event in the domestic heating calendar HHIC will discuss the decarbonisation of domestic heat, the Holy Grail for successive governments and manufacturers – is it really achievable when it relies on millions of consumers making changes in their own homes? Delegates can also expect to hear a post-election policy and programme update, the latest on the UK’s energy future, from sources of supply to smart grids and how the industry can deliver innovation in an ever changing world.
As well as presentations from leading industry experts, the conference provides an excellent showcase and exhibition, together with outstanding networking opportunities.
To book your place visit www.eua.org.uk/the-future-of-domestic-heating-conference-parliamentary-reception