Threats and opportunities for renewables in the face of COVID-19 (webinar)

During times of great change, the impacts of the coronavirus on the clean energy transition will be profound. However, as one of the world’s least affected industries, it is not all doom and gloom for the electricity sector, which is predicting increased investment, stronger climate policies facilitating renewables and further advances to its digital operations. […]

Tariff Guarantees – GSHPA Webinar

The GSHPA is running a series of online seminars, training sessions, case studies and Q&A sessions on a variety of heat pump related topics. The series is open to anyone with an interest in heat pumps and are free to join. Topics include heat pump strategy in the UK, borehole design, installation and commissioning and […]

Cereals – The Arable Event

The annual technical arable farming event will this year be hosted online to support the industry, while it is socially distanced, due to COVID-19. The seminar sessions will now be run as video-based webinars, enabling attendees to collect valuable BASIS and NRoSO points, with farmers being able to hear from speakers on a range of […]

Next steps for UK agriculture policy and funding

An online conference discussing key issues for agriculture policy and funding in the UK. Areas for discussion: Practicalities: the Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme, payment for public goods in areas like environmental and animal welfare standards, and support during the transition period The impact of any changes on farm finance, further support that might be needed […]

Next steps for biodiversity and species protection in the UK

An online conference in which policymakers and stakeholders will assess next steps and potential. Speakers from organisations including DEFRA, Natural England, Environment Bank and LEAF will discuss subjects including: changes proposed in the Environment Bill and Agriculture Bill, plans for an Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) as the UK’s environmental watchdog following exiting the EU, the Land use: […]

Fourth & Fifth Generation Heat Networks – Central or Distributed heat pumps

Both heat pumps and heat networks constitute a large part of the future heating strategies for the UK, in both the domestic and commercial arena, with the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) estimating that around 18% of the UK’s heat demand will need to come from heat networks by 2050 if the UK is to […]

LowCVP Annual Conference – RESET 2020: Driving the green recovery

The 2020 LowCVP Annual Conference will focus on how the UK can seize the opportunity for an investment-led green recovery in road transport as we emerge from the pandemic. The event will provide a forum for policy ideas and proposals to help inform the Government's 2020 Transport Decarbonisation Plan, due to be published this year. […]

GSHPA Webinar – The importance of flow temperatures on heat pump performance

It is well know that flow and return temperatures have an large impact on the efficiency of all heat pumps. Solid Energy, a Danish manufacturer of large heat pumps, was asked to carry out a review of heat pump efficiency when using water from disused coal mines. sophie logoUsing Solid Energy’s modelling software, this webinar […]