The Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive is set to be introduced in April 2011. The growth potential is huge, as the UK plans to get 12% of its heat from renewable sources by 2020 (from around 1% today). In February 2010, the Government published its outline plans for how the scheme will run. Installations made from now on will be able to claim the incentive as if they had been installed on day one of the tariffs - so don´t delay to find out how renewable heat can work for you.
The incentive will cover all sizes of installation and a wide range of technologies - solid biomass, heat pumps (ground, air and water), liquid biofuels for domestic use, solar thermal and biogas. There is also a tariff for the injection of biomethane to the gas grid.
Presented by Stuart Pocock
and Steve Critchley
of the Renewable Energy Association and Ian Butterss
of Zero Carbon Hub.
Who should attend?
Developers, architects, engineers, building surveyors, facilities managers, energy managers, renewable energy investors.
What attendees will learn:
What is renewable heat?
Background on the renewable heat incentive
Overview of the UK scheme.
Eligibility and proposed tariff levels for various installations.
Practical examples and calculations for a variety of technologies
Booking is essential; limited space available.
Cost: £145 + VAT (includes refreshments).
Ian Butterss – Zero Carbon Hub
Steve Critchley – Renewable Energy Association
Stuart Pocock – Renewable Energy Association
The Seminar and workshop are produced by the Renewable Energy Association and The Building Centre.
Future REA/Building Centre Renewable Energy Workshops
Monday 14 June - Biomass in the City
Monday 12 July - Building Integrated Photovoltaics Workshop
September - December 2010 programme to be announced.
If you encounter any difficulties with the online booking system, please call Andrew Wade on 0207 692 6229