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Steven Ashurst

Steven has over 13 years of experience in low-carbon energy; working as an advisor, researcher and consultant. He is an expert in heat decarbonisation and has been a key figure in our heat research team over the last 11 years. In this time Steven’s key responsibilities have included: supporting, managing and heading up our research service offerings, leading primary customer research projects utilising a range of methodologies, providing expert input into consulting projects, and delivering industry round tables and summits on the topic of heat decarbonisation.

He holds an MSc in Climate Change Science from Heriot-Watt University and an MA in Geography from the University of Edinburgh.

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Head of Heat

Service Areas

Heat Research
Edinburgh

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News
January 13 2023
Reactions are coming in thick and fast to the Net Zero Review from MP Chris Skidmore, commissioned to map out a ‘pro-business, pro-growth’ pathway to delivering the UK’s 2050 climate target. Here, we round up how key green economy figures and groups are responding. Head of Heat, Steven Ashurt comments: “Chris Skidmore’s thorough review rightly...
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Blog
September 9 2020
In this blog I want to share the example of the city of Amsterdam to highlight how successfully decarbonising heat will mean using a range of technologies & energy vectors, targeted based on a local approach to planning. Thus far in the heating transition this approach has been far from the norm, but it looks...
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Blog
April 2 2019
ISH 2019 was simply massive: 20,000 steps per day. But the long walk from the fair entrance to and around the main heating exhibits in the new hall 12 was well worth the exertion. Having had the time to reflect on the week’s announcements, introductions and unveilings – how accurate were our predictions for the...
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Blog
March 7 2019
Last week experts from Delta-ee’s Gas Heating Service contributed to discussions at key natural gas and fuel cell industry events – 1,000s of miles apart – in the US and Japan. It was a great opportunity to share Delta-ee’s latest research on two continents outside of Europe and sparked some interesting discussion with fellow delegates....
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Blog
November 15 2018
The introduction of hybrid heat pumps (hybrids) across Europe has progressed a lot more slowly than we thought it would when we first looked at them around 2012. Essentially, the technology has not received the anticipated push from equipment manufacturers – remaining a portfolio product for most. And, despite generating very good carbon savings against...
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Blog
July 5 2018
As part of our recent European Heat Summit held in Berlin, our Gas Heating Service team hosted a unique invitation-only roundtable to discuss and debate the top issues and opportunities facing suppliers of high efficiency gas heating systems like micro-CHP, fuel cells, and gas-fuelled heat pumps. We heard from a wide range of speakers, from...
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Blog
March 19 2018
I attended the Fuel Cell Expo, part of Japan’s 14th World Smart Energy Week conference and exhibition in Tokyo, mainly so that I could talk about the situation here in Europe. I presented the findings of a new study led by Delta-ee on business models for the stationary fuel cell market, which was funded by...

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