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Future Heat Series

Future Heat Series

During 2014 and 2015  IGEM is sponsoring the independent Future Heat Series research inquiry being led by Carbon Connect. The inquiry is a response to a perceived lack of coherence in policy relating to how the UK heats its homes and businesses.

The inquiry is designed to bring industry representatives, government policymakers and senior parliamentarians together to explore the facts around heat generation and usage and build cross-party consensus.

The second report in the Future Heat Series, Policy for Heat: Transforming the System was launched on 14th October 2015. The report urges Government to implement an ambitious, long-term decarbonisation strategy for the heat sector, before it's too late.

The report brought together a wide cross-section of industry and business members, academics and experts in the field in order to lay out a set of policies that could help the UK's government decarbonise the heat system in the UK in a cost-effective way.

You can download a copy of the report by clicking on the report cover below.

Policy for Heat cover

The first Futre Heat series enquiry was hosted on Tuesday 29th April 2014 at Westminster in London with the assocaited report Pathways for heat: low carbon heat for buildings published in January 2015..

Download a copy of the report by clicking on the image below:

Pathways for heat cover page

To read IGEM's response to the report, read our press release in the IGEM News section.

The inquiry follows the successful Future Electricity Series research inquiry during 2013 and early 2014. Also sponsored by IGEM and led by Carbon Connect, the inquiry's reports on power generation in the UK were cited during scrutiny of the Energy Act which recently passed into law.

For more information about the Future Heat Series and Future Electricity Series, please email , call 0844 375 4436. You can also find out more about the Future Electricity Series here.

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