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Past Event

Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/11/2016
8:00 am - 10:00 am

Location:
Bird&Bird

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Speakers

Dan Jestico, Head of the Hilson Moran Research and Development team Stephen Edwards, Energy and Sustainability Coordinator at Catalyst Housing Association  Rhianna Wilsher, Senior Associate in Bird & Bird's Energy and Utilities Group

Whitepapers

Our CBx white papers provide an overview of the open discussion held at our events combined with wider research. CBx white papers, along with a downloadable copy of our the executive summaries are available to view online from our Knowledge tab. If you are a CBx Paid Member, you have access to our library where you can download the full white papers for no additional charge!

Presentations

Our cross-industry experts and speakers provide a full slide pack from the day of the event. These are available for anyone who attends an event on the day. Remember to subscribe to our CBx Newsletter for information on future CBx events and activities!

The user guide is a climax of a year’s research into the barriers around heat network operation focused on existing installed systems.

Our research identifies the barriers of existing heat network operation in order to create a report that can help instigate the correct methodology to enable operation and optimisation. Within this report, we provide an evidence-based platform for existing heat networks to be optimised to improve energy and cost efficiencies, whilst providing valuable feedback and lessons learnt to those wanting to install new systems. The CBx Research focus on installed heat networks compliments existing industry guides and research, and aims to supporting Government with reaching the 2020 heat targets and overall carbon reduction goals.

We welcome you to join us at the launch our CBx User Guide to hear more about the research findings, and hear industry leaders speak of their experience with heat networks and the importance of renewable heat.

For more information on our research activities, please click here.

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