FDF Event  Free Event

Webinar: BEIS Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme


FREE event


At the start of the year Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) launched its Industrial Heat Recovery Support (IHRS) Programme, specifically designed to encourage and support industry investment in heat recovery technologies

Participating businesses can bid for support from a total grant funding pot worth £18 million.

This government support will co-finance and help businesses efforts to identify and invest in opportunities for recovering and reusing heat that would otherwise be wasted.  This can help your business to grow revenue, lower fuel costs and cut emissions.

This webinar will introduce you to the programme which is still open for applications and give a couple of examples of projects already receiving support.

Who should attend

Finance managers and directors, Engineering managers, Facilities and Estates Manager for businesses in the manufacturing sectors in England and Wales and heat recovery/process technology providers.

Presenter:  Gary Armstrong

Gary Armstrong

Gary is Industrial Resource Management lead at SLR.  Through his career he has been managing and delivering resource efficiency and business improvement projects for 27 years, with a focus on energy efficiency and waste reduction.

Gary has a worked extensively in the food and drink sector (as well as many others) in the UK and around the world.  Gary has developed an excellent appreciation of the challenges in bringing efficiency projects forward in a business; he has delivered strategy and KPI projects as well as audit and management systems for energy efficiency.

Gary has led national studies on waste and environmental impact in the UK for Defra and WRAP, and led major projects providing support on operational waste reduction.

Recently Gary worked closely with the Environment Agency developing and delivering the assurance process for ESOS audits, and is currently leading the technical review QA for applications to IHRS.


Organiser: Reema Patel, 0207 4207208, reema.patel@fdf.org.uk