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Funding the Low Carbon Heat Transition

Funding the Low Carbon Heat Transition

25th June 2020
10.00-12.00

The aim of the session is to discuss questions of funding related to the low carbon heat transition.

The online roundtable will include considering the following topics:

  • What is the most equitable way to allocate the costs of the transition to low carbon heat?
  • How should the costs associated with the transition to low carbon heat interact with the wider transition to net-zero emissions across all sectors?
  • Which factors will affect consumers’ willingness to pay for low carbon heat?
  • What policy mechanisms are the most equitable and efficient ways to incentivise the transition to low carbon heat? E.g. bill levies, carbon pricing or taxation.
  • How should low carbon heat be funded in the short- and long-term?

Chair: 

Maxine Frerk - Grid Edge Policy

Speakers:

Clementine Cowton - Octopus Energy

Ian Rose - PassivSystems

Dr Matthew Hannon - University of Strathclyde

Roy Collins - EDF Energy

Tom Palmer - Cornwall Insight

Please email Ágnes Szuda at agnes.szuda@policyconnect.org.uk for more information.

Location
online roundtable