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The Catapult is partnering with the Smart Homes Expo 2020, taking place on 17-18 March 2020 at Birmingham’s NEC.
In June 2019, the UK became the first major economy in the world to commit to a ‘Net Zero’ emissions target by 2050. How do we unleash the innovation needed to achieve this ambitious target? Join us at our flagship event where we will launch and share insights from our updated scenarios, and showcase some of the brilliant companies that are looking to transform the sector.
Energy Systems Catapult is proud to support this year’s Network Future of Heat Conference, taking place in Birmingham. Back by popular demand, the conference addresses how the industry, in collaboration with all stakeholders, can drive real progress in decarbonising heat across the UK. The event will feature expert speakers to outline the direction of travel and to define what next practical steps you need to take over the next decade to drive real, measurable progress.
The new government is considering making changes to the departmental map to better reflect its priorities. At this event, panellists including ESC’s Guy Newey, will discuss whether recreating a department for energy and climate change would help the government make progress towards its net zero target.
Energy Systems Catapult’s Consumer Insight Manager, Rose Chard, will be joining Ofgem’s incoming chief executive Jonathan Brearley and chair Martin Cave at this year’s Ofgem Energy Conference to discuss how we work together to tackle the challenge of decarbonisation and to get your views on its’ proposed forward work programme. The event will explore the big questions facing a rapidly changing energy sector – and the priorities necessary to facilitate ‘net zero’ carbon emissions at the lowest cost to consumers.
The Rushlight Show is marking it’s 11th year and is seen as the market place for cleantech innovation and sustainable solutions. Once again, our Chief Executive, Philip New, will join the panel for the UK Energy Breakfast & Seminar, which has opened the show for the past three years. This year’s session is entitled ‘What Net Zero by 2050 means for UK Energy & Fuels’. The session will be looking at various possible outcomes and policies to achieve the 2050 goal.
This year’s Summit is taking place in London on 25-26 February 2020 and brings together utilities, developers, EPCs, investors, manufacturers, energy storage providers, local government and DNO’s, making this one of the must–attend storage events.
Following Ofgem’s guidance, Energy Systems Catapult is hosting a workshop to provide an overview to organisations who are interested in supporting the delivery of Local Area Energy Planning. During this workshop we will outline the Local Area Energy Planning methodology and its benefits, and provide a demonstration of typical outputs. ESC is also keen to engage with interested organisations in delivery of any future Local Area Energy Planning projects.