Walker Morris and BDO set to host free seminars on heat networks and RHI
Walker Morris and accountancy network BDO will be hosting free seminars on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and heat networks.
Senior figures in the industry will discuss the key role that local authorities, the NHS, police and fire services and registered housing providers can play in the development of the RHI and heat networks schemes. They will also consider some of the risks and economics, together with the funding and incentives that are available.
Speakers include Steve Roberts, head of market intelligence for RHI at the Department of Energy and Climate Change; Dr Egan Archer, director of renewables and waste infrastructure at Equitix (Leeds only); and David Kilduff from Walker Morris.
The events will take place on 11 October at Walker Morris’s offices in Kings Street, Leeds. A second event will take place on 4 November at BDO’s offices in London.
The session is eligible for two-and-a-half CPD points.
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