Stressing the importance of the UK’s government recently increased focus on decarbonising heat and its positive impact in driving forward investment on low carbon renewable energy, the conference will address the impact heating will have on whether the country is able to meet its 2020 and 2030 climate change goals, as well as the goals set out in COP21.
Dave Pearson, Director of Star Renewable Energy, a conference sponsor, said, “The world must act now if it is to combat the issues surrounding carbon emissions. There are a number of fantastic government incentives in place at present, all designed to help business decarbonise before it becomes too late for the world’s governments to achieve their COP21 goals. The reality is that fossil fuel prices must hike up significantly. However, this would be due to taxation – rather than shortage of supply. The incentives are a carrot. They will be followed by a big stick so the smart folk will act now.”
Presentations and conference videos are available below, check back for frequent updates.
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