For 30 years BIEE has provided a focal point for informed discussion and debate of key energy issues in the UK.

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17 Oct, 2019

Hydrogen for Heating: an early adopter or end of the queue?

Natural gas has a long-proven track record for heating. However, the climate challenge requires change. Will hydrogen be able to take its place? How will the potential for customer convenience and acceptance square with this sector requiring some of the toughest cost-reduction needs?

Venue:The RSA 8 John Adam St, London WC2N 6EZ

Speaker(s):Meredith Annex BNEF, Oliver Bishop Shell, Adam Hawkes SGI, Jenny Hill The CCC, Robert Gibson National Grid

The BIEE aims to encourage the exchange of ideas and information between energy professionals from different disciplines and sectors of the industry and to promote a responsible, evidence based approach to the challenges of energy policy and tackling climate change.

We have a diverse membership that cuts across traditional industry sectors with members drawn from academia, government, industry and finance.

BIEE is impartial, globally informed, and focuses on energy economics and policy.

Our members benefit from meetings, conferences and seminars throughout the year, access to latest papers, presentations  and videos of our events, plus a unique network of valuable contacts in academia, industry, finance and the public sector.

BIEE membership is available for companies, individuals and students and can be combined with membership of the IAEE

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Getting Serious About Net Zero – Videos

Adrian Gault Chief Assurance Officer the CCC, Alex Kazaglis Principal Vivid Economics, Steve Jennings Partner PWC, Charles Hendry Hon Professor Edinburgh Business School, Lawrence Slade CEO Energy UK and Joe Dutton Analyst E3G share their thoughts on what Net Zero means for the UK.

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New ESC Report : What does a Net-Zero emissions future look like in 2050 for the average UK household?

The Energy Systems Catapult has published a new report ‘What does a Net-Zero emissions future look like in 2050 for the average UK household? Analysis by Energy Systems Catapult for the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) found meeting a net zero future would require more lifestyle changes for the average UK household in transport, diet and air travel – compared to current (80% reduction on 1990 levels) ambitions.

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