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Comparative assessment of electrification and low carbon gases for decarbonising heating in buildings

Comparative assessment of electrification and low carbon gases for decarbonising heating in buildings Pooya Hoseinpoori, Sustainable Gas Institute & Cent...

The role of policy in creating opportunities for alternative futures in heat decarbonisation

This paper analyses key decision-making processes relating to alternative pathways for heat decarbonisation in the UK. Decarbonising heating is a key element of...

Hydrogen for Heat Shell

Michael Copson Head of Business Development Shell

We’re going to burn what? Hydrogen for heat in the UK

Adam Hawkes Co-Director Sustainable Gas Institute  Imperial College

Hydrogen for heat: insights from net zero analysis

Jenny Hill, Head of Buildings, Industry and Bioenergy, Committee on Climate Change

Continuity and Disruption in UK Energy System Change: Mapping Expert Differences – and Understanding their Implications

Mike Kattirtz, University of Edinburgh Energy systems globally are undergoing dramatic changes, and many observers anticipate accelerated changes in the years ...

Heat: a Challenge or Opportunity for Natural Gas ?

Professor Nigel Brandon , Director of the Sustainable Gas Institute , Imperial College Professor Nigel Brandon, OBE FREng, is Director of the Sustainable Gas I...

Why Europe needs natural gas….at least for now

John Fedderson CEO Aurora Energy Research John Feddersen is Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Aurora Energy Research. Prior to co-founding Aurora, John...

The CCC Review of Bioenergy

Dr Ute Collier, Committee on Climate Change Discusses the nature of bioenergy in respect to feedstocks, conversion processes, and the potential end uses (heat ...

Economies of Scale vs the Learning Curve in the Heat Sector

Dr Gareth Davies, Poyry Tackling heat is vital to delivering a low-carbon future, given that heat production is responsible for nearly half of UK’s final ene...

Is small always beautiful or is bigger better?

Dr Keith MacLean, SSE The policy context shows that there is: an unnatural pace, scale and technology mix required by national/international targets; a credit ...

Heat delivery in a low carbon economy

Mr Jamie Speirs, Imperial College London The delivery of heat to end users is a strategically important part of any transition to a low carbon economy. Recent ...
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