Free Workshop: Towards Net Zero – Decarbonisation of Heat

Last updated: 5th August 2021

Heating accounts for about 37% of total UK carbon emissions when including industrial processes and is currently dominated by fossil fuels, with 85% or about 24.5 million homes and over two million businesses supplied directly by the mains gas grid.* How can the environmental cost of heating be reduced? This workshop tackles the challenges of the heating landscape, explores alternatives and proposes a practical approach to addressing commercial issues and the technical changes required to achieve Net Zero.

JRP Solutions invites anyone involved in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in their organisation to attend a free workshop on Thursday 9th September, 10.00 am to 11.30 which will examine the issue of how the environmental cost of heating be reduced.

This workshop tackles the challenges of the heating landscape, explores alternatives and proposes a practical approach to addressing commercial issues and the technical changes required to achieve Net Zero. 

A version of this workshop was very successfully delivered recently as a CPD training session for the Association of University Engineers, with one delegate saying “Good overview of issues from people who know what they’re talking about. In the low carbon arena, this is refreshing.”

The workshop will be presented by JRP personnel with expert knowledge of this subject:

George Richards, Director

Simon Matthews, Principal Energy Consultant

George Barnes, Energy and Sustainability Consultant

Owen Jones, Senior Energy Consultant

To register for this free event, please follow this link.

If you would like any further information or would like to speak to one of our consultants, please email [email protected] or call 07870 394601.

*https://es.catapult.org.uk



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