Pathways for Heat: Low Carbon Heat for Buildings, calls on the next Government to set heat as a policy priority for the coming decade.
The report takes stock of what we understand today about the challenge of decarbonising heat for buildings by comparing six pathways for the sector to 2050 from a variety of different organisations (DECC, CCC, ETI, National Grid, UKERC, Delta EE).
Chaired by Shadow Energy Minister, Jonathan Reynolds MP, and Conservative member of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee, Dan Byles MP, the report is written by cross-party think tank group, Carbon Connect. The report was published in Parliament at a cross-party debate on Monday, 17th November.
Sponsored by Energy & Utilities Alliance (EUA) and the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), the report is the first in a cross-party and independent inquiry series. The Future Heat Series is sponsored by the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers.