The UK’S energy minister Amber Rudd will address the vital issue of heat in the nation’s energy economy at the Heat 2014 conference on 5 November.Amber Rudd
 
Heat accounts for almost one half of UK energy use and the cost of heat continues to rise.

Themes to be discussed at the conference include the development of energy and heat policy – whether globally, nationally or locally; how we can cut waste from heat generation – delivering lean heat and bringing cost and carbon savings to our homes and businesses and how different energy technologies – from individual boilers, to heat pumps, to district heating systems – can integrate to bring affordable, efficient heat to users.

The event, which will also hear contributions from Matthew Pencharz, Senior Adviser on Environment and Energy to the Mayor of London, Ian Marchant FEI, President of the Energy Institute, Dr Tim Rotheray, Director of the CHPA and Grant Bourhill, Heat Project Director, Energy Technologies Institute will also examine how UK communities and businesses are leading the way in developing and deploying lean heat technologies.

Industry speakers representing SAV Systems, Cofely, Mitsubishi and more will also be present.

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