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Heat 2015 to shape future of our energy system

The Heat 2015 conference will take place on 25 November – the same day as the Autumn Statement – and will give industry, Government and others the first opportunity to debate the impact of the Spending Review on the future of our energy system.

With the Spending Review focused on cutting the deficit while delivering priority public services and economic growth, Heat 2015 will examine the key role that heat will play in delivering a sustainable, affordable future.

Conference sessions will explore:

  • Competitive and innovative industrial heat – with speakers including Dan Osgood, director of the Heat Programme at DECC, Dr Martin Ashcroft, managing director of Tata Chemicals Europe and Jeremy Nicholson of the Energy Intensive Users Group
  • From plans to pipes: what next for heat networks? – featuring Brian Devlin, executive director of Glasgow City Council, and Dr Matthew Firla-Cuchra, partner at KPMG
  • Engaging the user – with insight from Ed Gillespie, co-founder of Futerra, Sara Bell, CEO of Tempus Energy, and Casey Cole, managing director of Guru Systems

You can book online and there are significant discounts for public sector organisations, academics, charities and SMEs.

Heat 2015 is hosted by the Association for Decentralised Energy and the Energy Institute and H&V News is on the of media partners this year.

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