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Heat and Decentralised Energy Conference 2020 | Book your place now!

1 September 2020

A jam packed schedule is taking shape for this year's Heat and Decentralised Conference, which is taking place on the 23 & 24 September, hosted by the ADE and the Energy Institute. Book your place via the conference website now!

The conference will take place online and is completely free to attend. All are welcome, with sessions taking place over the two days to interest those working across the energy sector.

The innovative Whova platform, on which the conference will take place, allows attendees to pick from the sessions on offer to create their own, customised agenda and also offers a range of pre-, during and post- event networking opportunities. 

We have a wide range of online content, with a mix of plenary, sponsored and CPD session, including:

  • Engaging the disengaged: Activating householders
  • Business competitiveness: Lessons from the international arena
  • The war on carbon: how we tackle the energy trilemma through sector coupling (with SAV)
  • Right Thing, Right Place: Delivering Locally. Looking local for solutions to heat decarbonisation and energy efficiency
  • Enriching the heat networks design process to accelerate project delivery (with SSE)
     

The conference will also include a number of sessions looking at the future of the energy sector run by brilliant young professionals from our member organisations, with a focus on green jobs, career development and the diversity of our sector:

  • The future of the smart energy system & the role of young people: how tomorrow's leaders are shaping the energy sector today
  • Building a career in the energy sector: lived examples of career paths in the energy & environment sector, and how can we attract young people to green jobs
  • Embracing diversity in the workplace: how we can harness diverse talent to help us get to net zero, faster

The Conference will place resilient green recovery at the heart of the conversation. It will also explore how that recovery can benefit all parts of the UK, helping to “level up” regional economic, environmental, health and social disparities that have been brought into such sharp relief in recent months.

The free, online nature of this year's conference will attract a wider range of attendees than in previous years. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take advantage of invaluable networking opportunities and a wide range of brilliant online content.

Register here: https://www.heatconference.co.uk/

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