Discounted entry for Chamber members to debate and networking evening 23rd October
ecoConnect CIC is asking businesses and individuals to debate and contribute to the discussions around how Scotland is going to decarbonise its heat – a key challenge in meeting the Government’s climate targets & a key challenge for companies trying to achieve cost savings.
Combined heat and power (CHP) technology is a recognised tool for energy efficiency across a multiplicity of commercial and industrial end-users: by integrating & combining the production of usable heat & electricity, reductions in carbon emissions of up to 30% can be achieved compared to the separate means of conventional generation & potential cost savings of 15%-40% over electricity sourced from the grid & heat generated by on-site boilers.
It has real potential to improve business bottom-line butthere are real barriers to take up, not least that CHP plants are capital intensive.
Join ecoConnect to debate the issues surrounding this topic with an expert panel:
Gregor Paterson-Jones, Managing Director – Energy Efficiency, Green Investment Bank; Dr David Kane, Systems Development Manager, IE-CHP; Jonathan Graham, Policy Manager, Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA); Kate Turner, Legal Director, Pinsent Masons; Dave Pearson, Director, Star Renewable Energy.
The event will begin with a panel and audience discussion and finish with a networking reception and takes place at the Edinburgh offices of Pinsent Masons, Princes Exchange
1 Earl Grey Street, Edinburgh EH3 9AQ from 5-8pm.
Please use discount code ecco5324 to get a 20% discount against the event price at http://www.cvent.com/d/44qrr2 or at http://www.ecoconnect.org.uk/ecoconnect-events/or contact email@example.com for more information.