The Scottish Renewables Low-Carbon Heat Conference 2019 will take place on Tuesday 30 April in Glasgow. "The reality for low-carbon heat continues to be slow but steady growth. But there are many reasons to be optimistic about the sector’s future." The Conference will survey opportunities from emerging policies and look to provide constructive advice on the economic future of the low-carbon heat sector.
Delta-ee's principal analyst, Jennifer Arran, will speak on the "Hydrogen: the future’s hybrid?" panel. "In recent years hydrogen has loomed large in the heat debate. 2018 saw the publication of both a highly anticipated review of the fuel's potential by the Committee on Climate Change and a UK Government review of the available evidence. With the CCC suggesting electric and hydrogen heat could be complementary, could both live side by side in the future? Could, and should, hydrogen save the gas grid?".
Visit https://www.scottishrenewables.com/events/heat19/ for more information on the event.