REHAU will feature at Wood Heat 2018, as part of its commitment to the UK renewable and district heating sectors.
The annual Wood Heat event is organised by the Wood Heat Association, in conjunction with the Renewable Energy Association, and will take place on the 13th and 14th of March.
The venue is the Mercure Box Hill Burton Bridge Hotel in Dorking, Surrey.
It sees the UK biomass and CHP sectors converge in a unique industry forum, featuring a conference programme aiming to promote best practice.
Speakers from Government, industry and the public sector will feature, plus experts from Switzerland, Italy and Sweden.
This mix of technical, market and legislative updates is a crucial event for anyone working in the biomass heat or CHP sectors.
The event, which is open to both members and non-members, will also feature a formal dinner on the first evening, an ideal networking opportunity.
Steve Richmond, Head of Marketing and Technical at REHAU, described events such as Wood Heat as ‘crucial’, as it helps them understand the wider context its customers are operating in plus the challenges they are facing and how products can be better tailored to their needs.
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