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    Future Gas Series Part 1: Call for Evidence

    This inquiry will investigate the suitability of the gas grid to be re-purposed to distribute low carbon gas and the current impediments to doing this, as well as exploring the opportunities offered by low carbon gas.

    Carbon Connect is currently taking evidence as part of this inquiry and invites written submissions to be sent to carbonconnect@PolicyConnect.org.uk. The deadline for written submissions is 28 February 2016.

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    Future Gas Series to launch

    Carbon Connect is preparing to launch the third in its flagship set of series: the Future Gas Series.

    Following on from the immensely popular Future Electricity and Future Gas Series' pioneered by Carbon Connect, Future Gas will be researching the opportunities offered by low carbon gas to reduce the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions and the policy developments which are required to enable its deployment as a source of energy.

    Future Gas launches on 28th November - RSVP here.

    Find out more about Future Gas Series - Part 1: The Future of the Gas Grid.

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    Carbon Connect launches Policy for Heat: Transforming the System

    New report calls on the Government to develop a long-term roadmap to decarbonise heat for buildings in the UK.

    Policy for Heat: Transforming the System, urges Government to implement an ambitious, long-term decarbonisation strategy for the heat sector, before it’s too late in new inquiry report.

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    The Future of Electric Vehicles in the UK

    Carbon Connect, in collaboration with the All-Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG) and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, hosted a major event in the House of Commons on how the Government, industry and academia are working together to bring about a zero-emission revolution on Britain's roads.

    The keynote speaker was the Rt Hon John Hayes CBE MP, Minister of State at the Department of Transport. 

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