Housing professionals invited to free workshop on district heating

Housing professionals can find out more about innovation in district heating at a free seminar at the Housing Forum’s London offices on Wednesday 22 June (10am to 2pm).

The event is part of The Housing Forum’s ‘Innovation in the heating sector’ workshop series and will be held in association with community heating innovator Switch2 Energy.

Shelagh Grant, CEO of The Housing forum will present a guide to modern district heating for the housing sector.

 She will be joined by Ian Allan, Head of Product Research for Switch2, who will explain how district heating can help decarbonise energy supplies and examine the impact of the new heat network regulations on the sector.

He will discuss how to put the resident at the centre of district heating design and introduce Switch2’s award winning new Incontro smart billing and energy management technology, which is putting residents in control of their heating consumption while increasing financial viability for landlords. 

Delegates will hear success stories of Local Authorities and other housing providers who are retrofitting smart technology to improve sustainability of their district heating developments. 

Ian Allan said: “District heating has come a long way in the past decade. With modern innovation, such as the Incontro smart billing and management system, housing providers can increase affordability for residents while boosting sustainability and protecting themselves from debt risk.  Such technology can provide a new lease of life to old communal energy developments – benefiting vulnerable residents and landlords alike.

To register your interest please contact events@housingforum.org.uk.

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