Low Carbon Heating and Cooling for Clean Growth – A Green GB Week Event SOLD OUT!

16 Oct 2018


The global move to cleaner economic growth – through low carbon technologies and the more efficient use of resource – is one of the greatest industrial opportunities of our time.

Join this breakfast networking meeting organised by the Sustainable Innovation in Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Network to explore the challenges and opportunities of greening heat for UK businesses. 

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8.30 Coffee and networking

8.50 Introduction to the changing business environment for heating and cooling. Prof David Elmes, Professor of Practice at the University of Warwick’s Business School Global Energy Research Network. Prof Elmes' work focuses on business practice change.

9.00 Transforming heat - a government perspective, Jon Saltmarsh, Head of Energy Analysis, BEIS

9.20 London’s heat networks - part of an integrated environment strategy, Peter North, Senior Manager - Smart Energy Systems, Greater London Authority 

9.40 Market regulation – A help or hindrance to the growth of green heat, Lukas Bergmann, Senior Analyst. Electification of Heat, Delta Energy and Environment

10.00 Challenges of sustainable heating and cooling - Q&A chaired by David Elmes: 

  • Brian Churchyard, Senior Manager Construction Design Standards, ASDA Wal-Mart
  • Martin Fahey, Head of Sustainability, Mitsubishi Electric Living Environmental Systems UK
  • Lisa Pogson, Joint Managing Director, Airmaster Air Conditioning Ltd
  • Phil Smith, Operations & Senior Project Manager - Energy, ASDA Wal-Mart
  • Ben Watts, Innovation Director, Engie UK

10.45 Universities leading on Low Carbon Heating and Cooling, Past Present and Future, Prof Bob Critoph, Professor at the Warwick University School of Engineering, with research interests in refrigeration, heat pumps, air conditioning, adsorption, absorption and solar energy and Head of Sustainable Thermal Energy Technology

10.55 Summary and close from David Elmes


13th Floor of the Shard. 32 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG. Next to London Bridge Train Station.

All delegates will have to pass through security to access the meeting. Please allow time for the security checks.