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Webinar 2: London's Net Zero Ambition: Decarbonising heat at speed

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Watch the complete webinar where Jan Rosenow from the Regulatory Assistance Project frames the challenges of decarbonising heat particularly through the adoption of heat pumps and emphasizes the importance of a balanced approach combining fabric efficiency and heat supply decarbonization as he also expands on good practice case studies across Europe. Find out about technical options, policy levers going forward for a net zero future. 


I think ultimately, we're going to need sustained public funding for low-income households for quite a while, until costs have come down and we really see that the upfront cost is no longer a big barrier, but I can't see that changing for at least for another 5 to 10 years. I think significant funding for low-income households is absolutely essential.  Dr Jan Rosenow 

Guest Speaker:

As the director of European programmes, Dr. Jan Rosenow leads the Regulatory Assistance Project’s (RAP) initiatives in Europe on power market design and Efficiency First. He is responsible for all aspects of leadership, management, and financial viability of RAP’s work in Europe. Dr. Rosenow serves on the Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency’s demand-side management program and sits on the board of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. He has also advised the International Energy Agency, the European Commission, the European Parliament, the U.S. Agency for International Development, the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ), government departments in a number of countries, and the UK’s Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, as well as serving as an expert witness on several occasions to the British Parliament. He was the lead author of the International Energy Agency’s global assessment of market-based instruments for energy efficiency. 

Webinar 2: London's Net Zero Ambition: Decarbonising heat at speed

Webinar 2: London's Net Zero Ambition: Decarbonising heat at speed (YouTube video)