REHAU has announced it is a Conference Supporter at the Heat and Decentralised Energy Conference, being held on 30 November at the Siemens Crystal Building in London.
One of the UK’s leading suppliers of polymer pre-insulated piping and district heating solutions will be be there to discuss the industry and showcase it’s work at the event, which is in its sixth year, organised by the Association for Decentralised Energy and the Energy Institute.
The Heat Conference is the leading industry event for the CHP, demand side energy services, district heating and community energy sectors in the UK, bringing policy makers, opinion leaders and energy consumers together for stimulating debate and industry insights.
This year, the theme is ‘Inspiring Leadership’, with the one day event looking at what the industry needs to do to achieve competitive, cost effective, low carbon energy systems.
Marketing Communications Manager from REHAU, Jo Trotman, commented: “We are really looking forward to being part of this year’s Heat Conference.
“Not only does it give us the opportunity to meet with our peers and discuss best practice, but we can also showcase the great work we are doing particularly in the district heating arena.”
This also symbolises a significant landmark for REHAU, as its first chilled ceiling was installed in the Siemens Building’s meeting rooms in 2013.
ADE Business Development Manager, John Bryant, commented: “We are delighted REHAU is joining us as a Conference Supporter for our sixth annual Heat Conference.
“REHAU is one of the leaders in the district heating arena and I am sure conference delegates will benefit from the opportunity to learn more about their work and experience in this space.”
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