The UK Government is setting out the long-term vision to deliver a more resource efficient energy market, minimise the costs to businesses and households, and seize the opportunities that a shift towards a low carbon economy present.
This one-day conference will explore the how the UK can decarbonise across domestic heat, transport, and energy intensive industries in line with the government's Clean Growth Plan due to be published this autumn. We will be exploring how hydrogen fuel cell and Carbon Capture Storage technology can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions across four key areas: Managing energy demands in line with policy commitments; Domestic heat; Carbon Capture and Storage and Industrial Emissions; and Transport.
Delivering affordable energy for UK businesses is a challenge. There are 15 sectors in the economy - including chemicals, steel, glassmaking and ceramics - where energy costs represent over ten percent of total business expenditure. The government is reviewing the opportunities to reduce the costs of achieving our decarbonisation goals in the power and industry sectors and deliver a long-term roadmap to minimise business energy costs. The aim is position the UK economy to benefit from technological transformation and innovation that will be in demand across the world.
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Will Lochead, Head of CCS Policy, Department for Business Energy Industrial Strategy
Jon Gibbins, Centre Director, UKCCRS
Trunde Sunset, Chief Executive, Gassnova
Luke Warren, CEO, Carbon Capture Storage Association
Neil Rowley, Gas Modelling Manager National Grid SO
Dan Sadler, H21 Programme Director- H21 Leeds City Gate
Joe Howe, Executive Director Thornton Energy Research Institute
Sarah Tennison, Innovation Manager Tees Valley Combined Authority
Mark Poulton, Vehicle Technology Manager Transport for London
Bob Moran, Deputy Head at UK Government Office for Low Emission Vehicles
George Day, Head of Economic Strategy, Energy Technologies Institute
Andy Eastlake, Chief Executive, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership