Decarbonising heat will be the challenge of our lifetimes. For the industrial and commercial sector, we may potentially be looking at just one or two asset replacement cycles until 2050, when the Committee on Climate Change says heat must effectively be zero carbon.
So what are the options?
The Energyst has surveyed end users in the public and private sector, as well as industry experts and stakeholders for their views on heat.
You can read them in the 2018 Heat Report, available as a free download here, and launched today at The Energyst Event.
The report covers electrification, green gas, carbon capture and storage, emerging technologies and business models, as well as heat networks and heat storage.
Thanks to Baxi Heating for sponsoring the report, all industry experts for providing their input, and to Energyst readers for giving their views on heat.
Download it here, free of charge.
Free 2018 Heat Report
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