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MCS Contractors – invitation to a BEIS webinar – Tuesday 5th June

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) would like to invite you to a webinar on the future of Heat in Buildings. Further details can be found below.

Date and Time

Tuesday 5th June 2018, 4pm


The Clean Growth Strategy presented major policies and plans that will cut the cost of energy, drive economic growth, create high value jobs right across the UK, and improve our quality of life. On 19 March, BEIS published a call for evidence that reaffirms that ambition by building on the commitment to phase out installation of high carbon fossil fuel heating in new and existing buildings off the gas grid, during the 2020s. The consultation document explains what we mean by this ambition, and seeks evidence on how we could implement it.

The webinar is intended to encourage installers to respond to the current BEIS call for evidence. There will also be an opportunity to ask any questions.

 How to join the webinar

If you would like to attend this webinar, please click here. This will then present you with a screen that suggests how to join. Once you join the meeting, you will need to start the audio for you to be able to hear the meeting content. Please ensure that you join the session around 10 minutes before the start, as some attendees may be required to download an app in order to access the webinar.

To enable the audio, you can join by your computer or you can dial in by selecting the “I will Call in”. If you join by the “I will call in” – click the link, and the numbers you need will be displayed. Choosing “Call using Computer” is advised so you can see the slides and hear the accompanying audio.

Prior to attending the webinar, please view BEIS published call for evidence, which can be accessed here.

If you have any technical issues on the day, please contact BEIS (buildingheat@beis.gov.uk)