Heat Networks Investment Project – Regional Workshops

We are pleased to invite you to attend one of the below listed heat networks investment project (HNIP) workshops.

 

The events are designed to present in detail the information provided in the HNIP Scheme Overview published in April and provide an opportunity to ask questions about the project. The aim is to ensure that organisations are well prepared for the scheme, and that all stakeholders interested in applying for HNIP funding have the necessary information to submit high quality applications once the scheme launches in autumn.

 

The workshops will provide attendees with the following:

An outline of the HNIP funding – background to why it has been made available and what the government seeks to achieve.

Details on the application requirements to include, technical guidance, and information on how to carry out the preparatory work required before applying.

Where to get further information and how to make contacts that can support with the process.

An opportunity to raise questions and to network with other attendees and BEIS officials.

West Midlands Birmingham

 

Birmingham Council House – Banqueting Suite, The Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BB

 

28 June

 

11.30am: Registration

 

12noon: Lunch

 

12.45pm: Start

 

    North

     York

National Railway Museum,

Leeman Rd, York YO26 4XJ

 

(This HNIP Workshop will follow on from the

Vanguards Network event which takes place 10am-1pm)

 

5 July

 

 

1.30pm: Registration

 

2pm: Start

North East  Newcastle

 

Life Science Centre, Times Square, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4EP

 

31 July

 

10.30am: Registration

 

11am: Start

South West Exeter 

 

Reed Hall, Streatham Drive, University of Exeter,  Streatham Campus, Exeter, EX4 4QR

30 August

 

11am: Registration   

     

11.30am: Start

 

RSVP: Please email Kristina Rafnson-Hall kristina.rafnsonhall@ecuity.com stating which event you would like to attend (both in the email subject and email text).

 

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