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House of Commons event to address the role of gas heating innovation

The House of Commons has announced plans to hold an event looking at the role of gas heating innovation in a changing policy environment.

The event aims to promote awareness of gas heating innovation and to discuss the strategic role and policy support for these novel solutions between industry stakeholders, policy makers, experts and consumers.  

The role of gas is particularly important in the heating sector. Gas fired units are currently responsible for delivering 80 per cent of the UK’s heat generation.

According to DECC’s Heat Strategy gas will remain the key heating fuel at least until 2030.

RSVP: Jane Vaus, Coordinator, All Party Group for Intelligent Energy,

Chair: Peter Aldous MP, Chair, All Party Group for Intelligent Energy


Paul Blacklock, Head of Strategy and Corporate Affairs, Calor Gas - off gas grid potential for efficient gas heating solutions

David Wagstaff, Head of Heat Strategy and Policy, DECC (invited)

Phil Caldwell, CEO, Ceres Power - enabling smart UK gas technology developers in a global environment

Christian Engelke, Director, Viessmann (invited) - gas technologies and the smart house concept

Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP, Shadow Secretary of State, DECC (invited)

Simon Osborne, Head of Product and Channel Management, Baxi - developing a portfolio of gas transition technologies as a solution for diverse market segments

Ilias Vazaios, Partner, Ecuity - policy innovation as a vehicle for gas heating innovation

Tony Stiff, CEO, Flow Energy - developing novel commercialisation approaches for cost efficient gas heating

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