Session 12: The role of 4th and 5th generation heat networks in meeting net zero goals
This webinar looks at the future technologies and opportunities for heat networks and how these can assist with carbon reduction targets.
- Heat Networks with Heat Pumps
- 4th & 5th Generation - From an operator perspective
- Case Studies
- Harnessing 4th & 5th Generation Networks
Mark Hewitt – Director (ICAX)
Mark Hewitt has been involved in award-winning research and development projects in building physics, thermal energy storage and energy-efficient buildings for many years. He developed the fundamental ideas behind Interseasonal Heat Transfer and Balanced Energy Networks and acts as a geothermal consultant advising on ground source heating and cooling of buildings.
Ian Allan – Head of Market Strategy (Switch2)
Ian Allan is a specialist in district and community heating, whose career in the industry spans more than 25 years. Ian is a leading authority on smart metering, data management and billing systems, including new generation prepayment technologies. Ian WAS on the ADE panel for the Heat Networks Market Framework and was on the committee for the soon-to-be-released update to CIBSE CP1.
Simon Eddleston – Construction Director (Switch2)
Simon Eddleston has more than 25 years’ experience of developing and delivering clean energy infrastructure – from design and development of power transmission and distribution networks – to low and zero carbon decentralised community energy projects. Simon is a Chartered Engineer and has held a number of senior energy industry roles in the UK and Europe.
Colin Hall - Partner (Winckworth Sherwood)
With over 20 years’ experience, Colin Hall has advised on some of the biggest and most innovative Decentralised Energy schemes including District Heating, EV Charging, and local electricity. He has introduced some of the Contract provisions which are now regarded as industry standards. Colin acts for all participants in the Decentralised Energy sector with particular emphasis on developers and ultimate asset holders.
The webinar is now available on demand by completing the form below.
*For those working in local authorities, housing associations, private developers, contractors and consultants - with responsibility for developing and managing heat networks