As we move towards the objective of achieving net-zero by 2050, the need to decarbonise heat will be vital. ERA is working on the development of a National Centre for the Decarbonisation of Hear. This webinar, taking place on 1st July, will look at:

Why we need a National Centre for Decarbonising Heat
What are the challenges we need to address?
What are the latest technologies that can be used for decarbonisation?
How can businesses, government and universities work together to decarbonise heat?

This webinar is being led by Professor Martin Freer, Director of the Energy Research Accelerator. Martin will be joined by academics from across the ERA network, along with experts from industry and the public sector. the full programme is listed below, book your place now.

National Centre for Decarbonisation of Heat. Weds 1st July 10am – 12pm

10am – 10.03am Welcome, Faye Mcanulla, ERA Programme Director

10.03am – 10.20am The case for the National Centre for Decarbonisation of Heat Professor Martin Freer, ERA Director

10.20am – 10.35am Decarbonising heat, why it needs innovation Paul Jordan, Energy Systems Catapult

10.35am – 10.50am The Road to Decarbonisation Michael Smart, KPMG

10.50am – 11.05am Q&As on the first 3 presentations Faye McAnulla, ERA Programme Director

Technology Case studies from the Energy Research Accelerator

11.05am – 11.20am Composite phase change materials for heat decarbonisation, Professor Yulong Ding, Director of Birmingham Institute of Energy Storage

11.20am – 11.35am Heat pump and heat transformer research at the University of Warwick, Professor Bob Critoph, University of Warwick

11.35am – 11.50am Q+As on the last 2 presentations Faye McAnulla, ERA Programme Director

11.50am – 12.00pm Closing remarks Professor Martin Freer, ERA Director

Additional information

Contact

Nick King
E: nick.king@era.ac.uk
T: 07964 391057