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

Event Date: 29/04/2021 1:00 pm

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

N.B. The information contained in this entry is provided by the above supplier, and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher

Action inspires action. Stay ahead of the curve with sustainability and energy newsletters from edie