Low-carbon heat economy ‘urgently needs’ integrated solutions

Electrification, new heat networks, conversion to hydrogen and smarter, user friendly controls for customers are needed to decarbonise heat, say experts

Heat networks will be one of several pathways to decarbonisation of the sector. Photograph: Gina Sanders/123RFDecarbonising the heat economy by 2050 will be a huge challenge, requiring new policies and heavy investment in several solutions.

These were the conclusions from a Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum conference on decarbonising the heat economy, held in London on 11 July.

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