Stockport based KAST Energy Technologies, the region’s leading Renewable Energy Product Supplier, accepted an invitation from the organisers to take part in Low Carbon Britain 2018.
One of the main focuses of the London conference was to discuss how public sector along with towns, villages and cities can reduce their carbon emissions to aid the UK meet its 2030 decarbonisation target.
KAST Energy was invited to the conference following its work with Councils, Housing Associations, Developers, Installers and Home Owners to help deliver two of the key challenges facing the UK’s requirements for meeting Climate Change Targets – to deliver low-carbon heat in homes and energy efficiency in buildings.
Low-carbon heat in homes, businesses and industry.
The Government’s commitment to phase out the installation and use of inefficient carbon-based fossil fuel heating systems in buildings using natural gas from the grid is happening now. Heat pumps are a key technology in reducing the amount of carbon generated by the consumer. The electrification of heating on existing and new housing stock using heat pumps will significantly lower energy consumption (up to 60%) and generation at source, together with the government incentives (RHI) our reliance on fossil fuels will decrease.
Buildings energy efficiency
The technology exists to improve the energy efficiency of all existing and new buildings now. KAST Energy’s focus on 6 key technologies that can be used in various combinations to deliver intelligent solutions in energy consumption, has resulted in lower carbon production and therefore reduced energy bills.
Stephen Dootson from KAST ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES said:
“Kast was formed in 2014 in South Manchester, and has seen many changes in the Energy Industry and many new and exciting developments. Everyone at KAST Energy has a real passion for the environment and cares about the planet. Our Company pledge is to introduce and educate as many business and individuals to the best methods of reducing energy consumption and reducing their carbon footprint.
“We have spent an extensive amount of time researching and testing the products we see as some of the energy industry’s core low carbon and sustainable technologies. We have performed due diligence on all of our products and suppliers and must meet our strict criteria, which are – Bank-ability, financial stability, proven track record within the industry, Research & Development as well as having an excellent UK support structure.”