Upcoming Publications & Events

We closely monitor the progress of external policy publications, research reports and events that are relevant to our industry and may be of interest to you. Here you can find a summary of those upcoming publications and events, when they are expected and where you can find out more information.

Publications

UK Hydrogen Strategy

Setting out the Government’s plan for scaling up the investment, testing and adoption of hydrogen technologies across the UK.  

Expected date: Spring 2021


Heat and Buildings Strategy

Setting out the immediate actions the UK Government will take for reducing emissions from buildings, including deploying energy-efficient measures and transitioning to low-carbon heating. 

Expected date: Spring 2021

Events

ADBA National Conference 2021

The ADBA National Conference will address the hardest to decarbonise sectors of transport, heat and agriculture, as well as look at the financial structures that can best support AD in the Green post-Covid Recovery.

16 - 17 February | Online Webinar

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WEET Forum policy conference - Priorities for moving forward low carbon heat in the UK - strategy, policy, regulation, and supporting delivery

This conference will be an opportunity to examine strategy options and practicalities for fully integrating heat into the low-carbon transition. The discussion is bringing together stakeholders with key policy officials who are due to attend from BEIS; the CMA; the Crown Commercial Service; DIT; the Environment Agency; the Government Legal Department; the HSE; the NAO; the Department for the Economy NI; The Scottish Government; and the Welsh Government.

25 February | Online Webinar

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HSE - Safe Net Zero 2021: Hydrogen

As part of the Safety Excellence in Energy series, HSE Training and Events is pleased to announce, 'Safe NetZero 2021 - Hydrogen'. This CPD certified online conference is running over 3 consecutive mornings and looking at the evolving work that is helping to deploy hydrogen as an energy vector, as part of the UK's commitment to reduce carbon emissions and become 'net zero' by 2050.

2 - 4 March | Online Webinar

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