Heat Without Carbon

A series of podcasts exploring the future of heat in a rapidly approaching net zero economy.

In Heat Without Carbon experts from across our business are joined by a wide variety of guests to explore what the move toward net zero means for the way we heat our homes and power our industries.

Listen to the episodes below or subscribe on podcast platforms including SpotifyApple, Google and TuneIn.

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Episode one

Welcome to Heat Without Carbon

In our first episode, experts from our Energy Futures team and colleagues from partner organisations explore the issues facing the UK as it moves toward a net zero energy system, including hydrogen heating, its impact on consumers, and the cutting-edge research needed to decarbonise the sector.

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Four illustrations showing end-to-end system for H100 Fife. 100% green hydrogen, produced by electrolysis using green electricity from an offshore wind turbine, will be stored and transported to provide zero carbon heating for the project demonstration facility and customer homes.

Episode two

A ‘game changer’ on the horizon?

Listen to community leaders, renowned technical experts and a Westminster politician give their views and explain how our world-first H100 Fife project could be a game changer, not just for decarbonisation – but for economic renewal in former industrial areas around the UK. 

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Find out more about H100 Fife 

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Episode three

The energy industry’s response to the Energy White Paper 

Three key voices in the debate about our clean energy future give their reaction to the UK Government’s recently published Energy White Paper: Powering our Net Zero Future.    

Our experts explore some of its key points and implications for consumers, specifically the way we’ll heat our homes in the years to come.  

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Episode Four

Our Environment Strategy 

Our Senior Lead on Environment and Climate Change Carolina Karlstrom and Environment Manager Faye Hyslop discuss our our all-encompassing action plan for becoming a net zero business by 2045.

Carolina and Faye are joined by sustainability gurus Kathryn Dapre, Head of Energy and Sustainability at NHS National Services Scotland and Chair of our new Environment Advisory Panel, Colin Curtis, founder of the non-profit Support the Goals, and Ruth Cochrane, lecturer in Design at Edinburgh Napier University.

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