The Great Heat Debate Comes to Sheffield

In a recent "Question Time" debate, organised by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), Vital Energi were pleased to use their experience and knowledge to contribute to the debate on the future of heating.

The purpose of the event was to discuss the merits and value of district heating and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems within the Government's Energy Policy and provide recommendations aligned with the Department of Energy and Climate Change's (DECC's) gas strategy and the Government's pending Heat Policy.

Paul Kay from Vital Energi joined other leading players in district heating and CHP and representatives from government, planning, development, energy generation and supply to take part in the debate which was held at St George's Church lecture theatre, at The University of Sheffield on Wednesday 4th December 2013.

Paul Kay, Vital Energi's Building Services and Design Director, said: "This was a great chance for people from the energy industry, and those connected to it, to have a robust and spirited discussion about the future for heat provision in the UK combining district heating and CHP via community energy schemes."

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