The UK population has risen by 6.5 million since 1970 and since this time domestic central heating has become integral in our homes.
As the population continues to rise and the demand for heat continues, The University of Warwick and partners look at what is actually involved in 'Heating a Nation'. Whether it is increasing demand, or achieving carbon targets to the competition between electric, gas or green to be the fuel of choice, Heating a Nation asks and answers the questions.
The 2 day event is being held in conjunction with ICOM Energy Association, the Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD) and the HHIC. The event will be a great networking opportunity as it will be open to a broad audience including both the domestic and commercial industry, Government and academia.
For more information or to book your place visit the EUA website
While you are at Warwick, Follow the Warwick Energy Trail to learn more about the University of Warwick's world-class research and technology to help address the global energy challenge.
The Energy Trail covers 16 individual points of interest across campus including our CHP and district heating system, hybrid solar systems, BREEAM Excellent buildings and the solar & thermal test facilities in the School of Engineering.