45-minute masterclass: Net-zero carbon heating for your business


29 April 2021

45-minute masterclass: Net-zero carbon heating for your business - edie.net

This masterclass, hosted in association with Centrica Business Solutions, will explore the various technological pathways and operational solutions that can be adopted by businesses to achieve net-zero carbon systems.

As the UK’s biggest source of emissions, heating accounts for about 37% of total emissions when including industrial processes. But – while we’ve made great strides in decarbonising electricity and transport – the shift to net-zero carbon heating is still at an early stage.

The decarbonisation of heat over the next few years is therefore vital for businesses to reach achieve net-zero commitments; whether that be through deployment of low-carbon technologies such as electric heat pumps, district heating and low-carbon gases, or by reducing demand through improved energy efficiency.

This 45-minute masterclass will break down how businesses can identify and deploy the most viable technologies to achieve net-zero carbon heat, along with other operational ‘quick-wins’ which can support those heat decarbonisation goals. The session will include two expert presenters and a live audience Q&A.

Discussion points:

  • Setting your heat decarbonisation strategy
  • Heat pumps: key considerations for deployment
  • Other pathways and solutions to decarbonise your heat

Masterclass chair:

 

Sarah George, Senior Reporter, edie

Masterclass presenters:

Michael Firth, Business Development Manager – Heat Pump Solutions, Centrica Business Solutions

Luke Bannar-Martin, Product Manager – Heat Solutions, Centrica Business Solutions

Fill out the form on the left and click REGISTER NOW to book your place on this free online masterclass

For more information on Net-zero carbon heating, you can access a free-to-download edie Explains guide on the subject matter here: www.edie.net/downloads/edie-Explains--Net-zero-carbon-heating




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