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16 Nov, 2016

Energy and Climate Policy Seminar 5- Decarbonising Heat

Decarbonising the heating sector is one of the biggest problems anticipated for a low carbon economy, and poses its own questions for policy making, not least in the power sector. In the past it has not often been a major element in energy policy discussions, but that is changing rapidly with a growing awareness of the questions it poses for existing and new energy networks.

Venue:Baringa Partners, Dominican Court 17 Hatfields London SE1 8DJ

Speaker(s): Prof Nick Eyre, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

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