Decarbonising Buildings


Heating can comprise up to 30% of national emissions and yet most of decarbonisation efforts continue to be put into power and transport. This is beginning to change and the decarbonisation of buildings will require major shifts in energy efficiency and insulation, the installation of district heating, and the adoption of new sources of energy for heating such as ground source heat pumps or hydrogen boilers.

This stream is perfect for policy makers, regional governments, developers, building managers, and energy companies working towards decarbonising energy in buildings.

How is policy changing to support the transition to low-carbon heating?
The role of district heating in the energy transition
Evaluating heat decarbonisation technologies
Meeting the need for better insulated and more energy efficient homes
Old vs new build homes: what are the challenges







James Pickard
0207 092 1086



Elle Kelly




Jack Wride 
0207 092 1086