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Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme - Cardiff

Event details
Tuesday, 21 November 2017 at 9:30 am
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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The programme will overcome barriers to recover and reuse waste heat, to enable industrial energy bills savings and carbon emission reduction.

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BEIS, in collaboration with  KTN, are seeking innovators, academics and thought leaders to participate in a consultation workshop to review and validate the proposed “Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme”, which has an aspiration to support a number of heat recovery demonstrators across England and Wales.

Background: Industrial heat recovery has the potential to realise significant energy bill and carbon savings for industry, through a reduction in primary fuel use. It therefore contributes to the Government’s aims of achieving a low cost, clean and secure energy system, and can also provide competitiveness and productivity gains, giving it strong links with the Industrial Strategy.

The Government plans to introduce a support programme to increase industry confidence in identifying and investing in opportunities for recovering and reusing waste heat from industrial processes and increase the deployment of recoverable heat technologies in industry. This will allow industry to re-use heat on-site or sell it to a third party, leading to the more efficient and productive use of energy, lower fuel bills or a new revenue stream for industry, and a reduction in carbon emissions.

We are seeking to engage with stakeholders to:

  • Evaluate the proposed scope of the Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme
  • Gather feedback on the design of the IHRS programme to ensure the programme is appropriately designed and maximises value for money
  • Start to identify a potential pipeline of projects from across industry sectors.

Register: If you are interested in attending the consultation event please register on the link below for the Cardiff workshop.

There will be further workshops in Birmingham (31st October) and Darlington (15th Nov).