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Durham University- Durham Heat Hub - Launch Workshop

Posted on 21 November 2019

Durham University- Durham Heat Hub - Launch Workshop
A one day FREE Workshop to launch the Durham Heat Hub - a centre for heat decarbonisation and Innovation based at Durham University

Date and Time

Mon, 2 December 2019, 09:00 – 17:00 GMT

Hotel Indigo, Durham, Old Shire Hall, 9 Old Elvet, Durham, DH13HL

About this Event

The Durham Heat Hub will bring together heat research and heat decarbonisation initiatives across the North East to support the transition away from fossil fuel heating towards smart and renewable systems.

Please join us in this FREE Workshop to hear the latest research, policy and leading thinkers is heat. However, spaces are limited so registration is essential. Please book your place here:

This workshop is ideal for those managing energy provision within business and communities. We are also looking for 3-4 companies to take part in trials of innovative technology and approaches to decarbonising our heating and coolling.

Timing Activity Speaker

9-9.30 Registration

9.30 Durham Heat Hub Jacki Bell and Peter Chalder-Wood, Durham Energy Institute

10.00 Our Minewater Heat Resource Dr Charlotte Adams, Durham Energy Institute

10.30 Heat Pumps and their uses Jason Oakes, Oakes Energy

11. 00 Durham County Business and Energy Efficiency Support Stephen McDonald and Helen Grayshan, Durham County Council

11.20 Break

11.30 WORKSHOP – What incentives are needed

12.30 LUNCH

13.00 Heat, hydrogen, Rankine Cycles and the Transport revolution Professor Tony Roskilly, Durham University

13.45 INTEGREL – Heat Networks Keith Owen, Northern Gas Networks

14.30 Funding the heat transition Tim Sutherland, Control point Consulting

15.00 Workshop – Barriers to investment

16.30 Conclusions

17.00 FINISH

For further information, following this link to the Durham Energy Institute Webpages https://www.dur.ac.uk/dei/

Durham County Council’s Low Carbon Team: https://www.durham.gov.uk/climatechange


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