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Bookings now open for Heat 2014 Conference

The Combined Heat and Power Association and the Energy Institute are joining forces for the third time for Heat 2014, a one-day conference dedicated to discussing the vital issue of heat in our energy economy.

The Combined Heat and Power Association and the Energy Institute are joining forces for the third time for Heat 2014, a one-day conference dedicated to discussing the vital issue of heat in our energy economy.

You can book online at http://heatconference.co.uk/index.php/booknow. Significant discounts are available for public sector organisations, academics, charities and SMEs.

Speakers joining the debate at Heat 2014 include:

  • Matthew Pencharz, Senior Advisor on Environment and Energy to the Mayor of London
  • John Dulac, Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency
  • Ian Marchant FEI, President of the Energy Institute
  • Dr Tim Rotheray, Director of the Combined Heat and Power Association
  • Industry experts from Cofely District Energy, Mitsubishi, Vattenfall and more

Heat 2014 will cover:

  • the development of energy and heat policy - whether globally, nationally or locally
  • how we can cut waste from heat generation – delivering lean heat and bringing cost and carbon savings to our homes and businesses
  • how different energy technologies – from individual boilers, to heat pumps, to district heating systems – can integrate to bring affordable, efficient heat to users
  • how UK communities and businesses are leading the way in developing and deploying lean heat technologies

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