The, ‘Advancing heat networks’, webinar series is back.
The team at Minibems discuss the challenges we face when delivering high performance heat networks, inviting experts from a variety of disciplines to contribute.
We have two webinars coming up.
On the 11th and 13th of August we ask the question, ‘How good is your heat network?’ and we have enlisted the help of Stephen Strachan of Changeworks to help answer that question.
To take part in this webinar all you have to do is register with your email.
You will then receive an email with a link that you click on to access the webinar via your web server. It is like attending a conference seminar remotely.
We are also hosting the next webinar from the, ‘Heat Vision 2030’, project.
We’ll discuss, ‘What are the barriers to accelerating district heat deployment?’, presenting points of view on what is needed to accelerate the deployment of district in dense urban centres.
We focus on policy, design and master planning.
Please register for this webinar- we always enjoy a lively Q&A afterwards.
If you would like to receive information on when we have webinars please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also want to use this as a platform for discussion and learning, and so we’ll also point you in the direction of interesting technologies and solutions you may find of interest.
You can expect presentations based on themes like:
- Why most heat networks are inefficient
- How to improve existing heat networks
- Metering & billing solutions in the market
- How to improve service to our clients and their residents
- How to achieve decarbonised heat networks
We would like to engage with professionals working on the design and operation of heat networks. All are welcome, and particularly if you are involved in:
- Housing Associations
- Local Authorities
- Private Residential Developers
- Design Engineering
- M & E Consulting
- Energy Management
- Sustainability Management
- Carbon Management
- Asset Management
- Planning Management
We will be passing on our knowledge and experience of heat networks and how we apply data-driven solutions to ensure continual performance improvement.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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