7th Nov 2018
Join EUA at Gas 2018 where we will be examining the future of gas and how it can support a low carbon future.
There are a wealth of challenges facing the industry in the coming years with fast approaching carbon budgets, the ‘energy trilemma’ and significant political instability.
Gas can support a low carbon future not just in the energy sector, but in heat, transport and industry, and will play a crucial role in the overall energy mix. Eight out of 10 people rely on gas for home heating; and around 30% of Britain's gas is for industrial and commercial demand and all at a time when great progress is being made in decarbonising gas.
Within the energy sector, ‘whole energy system' thinking is needed as the interactions between the gas and electricity systems continue to increase. Gas has a role to play beyond 2050 and this seminar sets out to investigate the long term future of gas as part of a sustainable energy mix.
This information packed conference provides an opportunity for industry to gather for superb networking and critical insight from senior business leaders. From a view of the gas grid in 2068 and a look at what are our cities might do, to future scenarios for heating homes and developments in gas appliances, we examine the challenges and opportunities our industry faces.
EUA/HHIC/ICOM/HWA/MARC/NGVN/PIG members: £150 + VAT (£180)
Non-members: £300+ VAT (£360)
For booking, sponsor or exhibiting information please contact Natalie Burrows email@example.com 01926 513741
To register for this event please use the form below. Alternatively you can download/print our booking form and send it to the Events Manager by email.
DNV GL Market Sector Lead - Innovation, Advisory
Calor Head of Strategy and Corporate Affairs
Director of Asset Management, Safety & Environment Wales & West Utilities
Chair Domestic Heat Strategy Group
Cadent Future of Gas Innovation Manager
DNV GL Market Sector Lead - Midstream, Advisory
Energy Systems Catapult Practice Manager Power Systems
National Grid Head of Energy Insight
OFGEM Deputy Director, Gas Network Price Controls