One day conference supported by
There is increasing recognition of the important role to be played by heat networks in delivering a sustainable future. Heat networks can provide a lower carbon solution to heat provision that is also cheaper for consumers, and they enable us to use a range of sources of surplus and renewable heat as well as highly efficient CHP technology.
There remain substantial challenges in initiating and establishing heat network infrastructure; the good news is that a programme to provide practical assistance has now been established, and results from new research can be integrated for effective future solutions.
By attending this conference, delegates will:
Local authorities and students receive a discount. Contact email@example.com or telephone 01923 664800 for your discount code.
|09:30||Registration and refreshments|
|10:00||Welcome and introduction|
|SESSION 1: NEW INITIATIVES|
|10:05||A new programme for supporting the development and expansion of heat networks||
Stephen Brooks, Investment Director, Heat Networks Delivery Unit
|10:40||IEA District Heating & Cooling programme: new Call for Proposals||Robin Wiltshire, Technical Director, BRE|
|SESSION 2: NEW SCHEMES|
|11:30||Bunhill Heat & Power, Islington||Charlotte Large, Decentralised Energy Programme Manager, Islington Council|
|12:00||SELCHP Heat Network||
Ian Smith, Head of Sustainable Services, Southwark Council
|SESSION 3: NEW IDEAS|
|14:00||Low temperature systems in new-build and existing heat networks||Professor Svend Svendsen, Technical University of Denmark|
|14:30||Integrating renewable energy sources and thermal storage||
Professor Sven Werner, University of Halmstad, Sweden
Identifying secondary heat sources for future sustainable heat networks
Peter North, Senior Manager – Programme Delivery (Sustainable Energy), GLA
|15:45||Serving communities of the future : smart energy systems||
David Connolly, Assistant Professor, 4DH Research Centre, Denmark
Consulting engineers, developers, local authority personnel (including those in planning, finance, environmental)