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Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Decarbonising heat in homes

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Decarbonising heat in homes

Tuesday 16 March 2021

Start times: 9.45am (private) 10.30am (public)


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Purpose of the session

This is the second evidence session of the inquiry. The session will hear from energy companies with experience of installing low carbon heating technologies in homes, either commercially or in trials, to provide the Committee with an understanding of the specific barriers to delivering low carbon heating solutions to homes, and how these can be best overcome. They will also offer a perspective of the Government’s policies to encourage uptake of low carbon heating in homes, particularly on the Green Homes Grant. Then, the session will hear from organisations who represent, or are interested in the role of, local actors; to explore the suitability and viability of alternative low carbon heating solutions in a variety of situations, for example in different geographic regions, home ownership models and building types. The panel will also be able to provide an insight into the where responsibilities should lie for the coordination and delivery of low carbon heating on a local level.

Meeting details

At 10.30am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Decarbonising heat in homes
Director of External Affairs at Vaillant Group UK Ltd
CEO and Founder at Octopus Energy
CEO at E-ON
Director of Strategy at Cadent Gas
At 11.30am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Decarbonising heat in homes
Chair at Local Government Associations’ Environment, Economy, Housing and Transport Board
Executive Director - Assets at Stonewater
Director of Innovation and Electricity Systems at Energy Networks Association
Head of Markets, Policy and Regulation at Energy Systems Catapult

Location

Virtual Meeting