The Combined Heat and Power Association’s flagship annual event will this year focuse on the opportunities and challenges facing the CHP and district heating sector and takes the opportunity to celebrate innovation, success and best practice.
This year's conference and dinner was held in Central London on Thursday November 25, 2010.
As government moves towards greater localism, the association will explore innovative approaches used in delivering energy locally. It will look specifically at the role of community energy, CHP, district heating and cooling and at pioneering, clear-cut models for their delivery.
Invited speakers include:
, minister of state, Energy and Climate Change
, former minister of state, Energy and Climate Change
, chief executive, Climate Change Committee
, chairman, Green Investment Bank Commission
, director, Business Environment, CBI
Innovation, success and best practice from across the sector will then be celebrated at the CHPA Awards and gala dinner. To be held at Gibson Hall, in the heart of the city of London, this follows the Conference earlier in the day. The awards are now open for entries and the closing date is September 6.
to enter the 2010 CHPA Awards and for booking information.