Heat 2016: from global agreement to local action

We were thrilled to be joined by over 200 delegates as we discussed how transforming how Britain heats its homes, offices and industry remains one of the most challenging areas of the energy debate. Heat 2016 explored how the ambition for global change is transformed into local action by looking at real life examples of user led change and examining the policymaking process and whether it is fit for purpose for heat.  The conference also examined what technological and data use innovation can do to enable the heat transition, as well as how the national and international policy landscape can support and facilitate these developments and accelerate the transformation of heat.




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Who Attends?

The Heat Conference is the leading event for those involved in heat: from electric heating to heat network infrastructure and smarter energy systems.
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