Public Education Series – Session 1: Introduction to Heat Networks

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Hamilton Community Enterprises, a leader in smart city solutions, is hosting an education series devoted to district energy systems in Hamilton and around the world.

It is being delivered in partnership with The Heat Academy, an internationally-renowned platform for sharing best practices in the decarbonization of space heating and cooling.

The aim is to increase public awareness on the role heat networks play in shrinking carbon emissions, addressing climate change, and ensuring local energy security.

The series will explain the basics of district energy and outline the economic, social and environmental benefits.

The public will also learn about a vision to modernize and expand the district energy system now serving downtown Hamilton. Utilization of industrial waste heat as an alternative fuel source for district energy systems will be another important discussion topic.

Session I: Introduction to Heat Networks

November 25, 9-11 am

Series Partner

Hamilton Chamber of Commerce

Promotion Partners

Bay Area Climate Change Council | City of Hamilton | Hamilton Industrial Environmental Association | Grow the Good

For questions about this event, contact Richard Allen: 905-572-0363

Date and Time

Nov 25, 2021, 9:00 am - 11:00 am

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