Energy: Low carbon technology
The government’s Clean Growth Challenge intends to halve the energy use of new homes/buildings, as well as the costs of retrofitting to a similar standard to new builds, by 2030. This challenge, supported by millions of pounds of funding, seeks to accelerate clean energy innovation and decarbonisation of energy and heat, and improve energy efficiency.
The Energy Keynote stage will deliver the latest thinking on the technologies which will decarbonise the built environment – shining a light on the interconnections between energy generation, demand management, EVs and charging infrastructure, storage, behaviour change and energy reduction in buildings, the decarbonisation of heat and the delivery of a smart and flexible energy system.
Key topics include:
- Keynote address from Juliet Davenport, Chief Executive, Good Energy
- What does mass EV roll out mean for the built environment?
- Understanding the latest innovations in storage
- People power: the role of community energy in enabling a decentralised energy system
- Strategies for delivering affordable low carbon heat
- Delivering a flexible energy system
- The active building framework
- Reducing energy consumption in existing (non domestic) buildings
- Energy Security: energy transition and the future of energy generation
- Plus The Big Innovation Pitch Live!