Published: Wednesday, 10 April 2024

This week, Oxford welcomes the inaugural Heat Pump Summit at the Blavatnik School of Government, which will explore how to accelerate the widescale deployment of heat pumps.

The event, which is organised by Green TV, will bring together industry, central and local government as well as the wider cleantech, developers and commercial property sectors to discuss how to address strategic narratives in the sector, and deliver on commercial opportunities.  

Oxford City Council will be attending the summit on 10 April, and will be delivering an update on the ongoing Clean Heat Streets project.  

Clean Heat Streets is part of the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero’s Heat Pump Ready Funding Programme, and aims to help Rose Hill and Iffley residents make the switch from polluting gas boilers to modern, energy saving, clean and sustainable heat pumps.   

The summit will provide the opportunity for businesses to hear from heat pump users about their experiences, as well as the benefits and the challenges and solutions required to deliver heat pumps at scale. 

“The Council welcomes the inaugural Heat Pump Summit to Oxford. The Summit will provide an opportunity to share our experience about the heat pump sector in Oxford and learn from others in the industry.”  

Mish Tullar, Head of Corporate Strategy

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