Webinar: In Focus – heat

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What part does biomass play in the transition to renewables?

Large-scale deployment of biomass has the potential to provide up to 15% of the UK’s primary energy demand by 2050

‘To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat’

Currently, heat makes up roughly 50% of all carbon emissions and consists of more than half of all energy usage for most businesses

Heat decarbonisation: can we ride the crest of the wave?

By Dr Joanne Wade OBE, Trustee and Fellow of the Energy Institute and Chief Strategic Advisor at the Association for Decentralised Energy

How can the UK fall back in love with electric heating?

By Zain Habib, Innovation Programme Delivery Manager at UK Power Networks

How to tackle the low carbon heat problem

Heat accounts for over a third of the UK’s carbon emissions and presents the most significant challenge to achieving our decarbonisation of the economy and society by 2050

Hull launches multi-million-pound project to decarbonise heat across city centre

Hull City Council’s planned district heating network will help achieve the region’s ambition to become carbon-neutral by 2030

Could infra-red heating be the key to cutting emissions?

Energy Carbon has won a contract to supply an innovative heating technology, created by experts from the University of Stuttgart, to the UK

‘Customers need to be offered the right solutions at the right time in order to decarbonise heat’

That’s the suggestion from Ian Cameron, Head of Customer Service and Innovation at UK Power Networks – listen to the podcast to find out more…

In Focus: Heat

Businesses and homes alike need to be heated – but why is it one of the hardest sectors to decarbonise?