Pre-event site visit to the Citigen Plant at E.ON's Control Centre
Citigen Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant in the heart of the City of London delivers hot water and cold water to buildings across London, as well as generating power for the national grid. It has recently been upgraded with new modern CHP engines to ensure the site continues to deliver reliable, lower carbon heat to customers including the Barbican, the Guildhall and the Museum of London for years to come.
Delegates will have the opportunity to walk around the plant situated in the vaults of the 100-year-old Listed building and see first-hand lower carbon, distributed energy in in the heart of the City. Citigen is also home for E.ON’s 24/7 national control centre which monitors and controls the company’s 33 district heating networks across the UK, from Newcastle to Exeter and London.
CHARTERHOUSE STREET, LONDON
14:00 - Arrivals
14:10 - Presentation and tour
16:00 - Travel to the Hilton Syon Park via coach
Places are allocated on a first Come, first Serve basis, and transport to and from the Exchange venue will be provided where necessary.