Joined by a host of other high profile industry speakers, Chloe will take to the stage at the organisation’s first networking event of the year to discuss the UK’s renewable energy policies. She will cover recent changes to energy policies, what the future might look like and the role of low carbon technologies, including renewable heat.
With an audience of small to medium-sized businesses expected on the evening, Chloe will address barriers businesses might face when considering energy efficiency, renewable heat or energy storage. She will also outline opportunities available to businesses when considering low carbon and energy saving measures.
Chloe recently co-authored influential renewable energy reports including:
- RHI Evaluation: Survey of Non-Domestic Applicants report
- Investing in UK Electricity Storage report
- Outcomes of an Independent Evaluation of the RHI Published
The rest of Go Green’s Networking Evening includes presentations from Bath Abbey and BuroHappold on the Bath Abbey Footprint Project, a venture to install an innovative new underfloor heating system in Bath Abbey which will be fueled by a remarkable renewable energy source – the ancient hot springs running beneath the city.
Richard Hellen, Director of Hermes Energy Services will also be providing ‘Hints and Tips on Energy Management’ at the event.
More information on the evening can be found here.
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