Are we about to embark on a new dash for gas? Is gas the right way to protect the future of our ability to heat our homes and buildings? Or can electricity become a practical proposition for mainstream heating?
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.
You can join the debate in our dedicated session on electric heating, chaired by Dave Sowden of the Micropower Council, and with speakers representing BEAMA and Electricity North West. Delegates will also hear from Scotia Gas Networks, BDR Thermea and the University of Surrey about how far today’s gas-based infrastructure can take us and the role of gas in future.
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.