Posted by Andrew Todd

Join our webinar: The challenges of decarbonising heat: Insights from industry leaders

One of the most pressing and difficult areas for many companies is decarbonisation of industrial heat. This is an area where not all of the questions have been answered. We believe it will take the collaboration and initiative of industry leaders to fully overcome this challenge.


The purpose of this launchpad session is for us all to start that journey together, building a community of like-minded organisations.

While there are many unknowns, there are still positive actions that companies can take to address this now and place themselves in the best position for the future. We will explore this further and share insight to the challenges being tackled by US based coalition the Renewable Thermal Collaborative and some of it's members leading the way.

We have three industry-leading speakers for this session:

  • Renewable Thermal Collaborative- Blaine Collison of David Gardiner and Associates.
  • Proctor and Gamble- Steve Skarda, Global Climate and Energy Leader.
  • Unilever- Helen Hudson, Head of Sustainable Manufacturing.


The Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC) is the leading global coalition for organisations committed to scaling up renewable heating and cooling at their facilities. They will share an overview of the RTC's strategy, specific workstreams on renewable natural gas/ biomethane, power-to-gas and pro-renewable thermal policy.

Join us for an insightful and engaging session, which we hope will be the start of a movement of action.

This webinar has already taken place but you can watch it here:

Watch the webinar: The challenges of industrial heat: Insights from industry leaders

Download the net zero pathways publication

You may be interested to read our net zero pathways publication which looks at the net zero pathway from an industrial perspective, exploring the longer term sector specific challenges and how they can be tackled.

Find out more about the net zero pathways publication