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The Heat Debate


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The IET Manchester Heat Debate is part of a national effort to capture knowledge & opinion regarding the provision of low carbon heating systems, from local stakeholders in the Energy and Built Environment sectors.

Date and Time

29 January 2014 - 18:00-21:00


Salford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Manchester local network.

About this event

The debate will help identify the key issues, regarding the provision of low carbon heating systems from both the Energy and Built Environment sectors. Topics include; CHP, Heat Pumps, Fuel sources, Control Systems, Market conditions and Government Directives & Incentives.

From the debate, industries can begin to drive out an approach to providing answers to those issues which are felt to be the most important today and in the future (2015-2030). With the knowledge & opinion gained from different regional debates, an IET positional document on Heating will be produced for DECC.

There will be a guided tour of the Media City CHP facility on the night, which will serve as an exciting prelude to the Debate.


18:00   Registration & Light Refreshments

18:25   Guided tour of Media City CHP facility by Frank Welsh

19:20   End of Tour

19:25   Start of Debate – Opening and Introduction by Organiser

19:35   Panellist Introductions & Presentations

19:55   Interactive Debate

20:45   End of Debate, Thanks & Closing statements by Organiser

21:00   Close of Event

Reasons to attend

An opportunity to debate the future of public heating and power supplies

Additional information


Frank Welsh (Head of Operations, Peel Utilities Holdings Ltd) 

Chris Marsland (Technical Director, Ener-G) 

Chris Jonas  (Head of Strategic Development, Viridor) 

David Hodges, CIBSE (Director, Eco-i)


The Power Technical Group of the IET Manchester Network


Mezzanine Floor, Studio Building (beside holiday Inn), Media City UK, Salford, M50 2EQ

Registration information

The event is free; please use the ‘Register’ button to register online.


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