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5 December, 2018 –09.00–16.00

YOU ARE INVITED to a Nordic Heat Master Class in Grimsby, aiming to highlight initial business strategies, design solutions and step-in technologies when investing in the first heat network.  North East Lincolnshire is of particular interest as the council is now in the process of launching the implementation of the planned heat network.

THE OBJECTIVE is to present opportunities, solutions and strategies to making heat networks competitive from the very start.  We will make the end-users the starting point for the conversation.  The first priority for any DHN project team is to define the revenue model.  We need to identify the initial target customers, and even more importantly understand what it takes to convince them to replace existing gas boilers with heat networks.

THE AGENDA will involve speakers with different backgrounds– e.g. experienced project teams from other regions and abroad, design engineers, end-users, contractors, technology and service providers, investors and political decision makers.

Free of charge for local authorities and public stake holders
£150 (excl. VAT) for local suppliers (max 2 participants per company)
£450 (excl. VAT) for national & international suppliers (max 2 participants per company)

Peter Anderberg –Nordic Heat
pa@heatnet.se+46 70 56 111 99

Mark Woodward –Nordic Heat
mw@heatnet.se+44 114 230 4722


Energy Institute chief executive Louise Kingham OBE has described the Humber’s ‘Energy Estuary’ slogan as “not just a concept or PR headline, but a real-world jewel of the UK energy system”.

The senior figure at the helm of the professional chartered organisation was addressing the first joint Energy Institute and Catch Energy Conference, held at the Stallingborough base of the member organisation.

More than 50 delegates heard her describe the Humber LEP’s Blueprint for an Industrial Strategy as “an ambitious, but realistic, claim for this region to be central to the UK’s future economic success,” praising the response to the Clean Growth ‘grand challenge’ set by the Government – not only in low carbon energy generation, goods and services, but also in the more efficient use of energy and resources by industry.

“I believe the collaboration we see in our industry here in Humber promises to deliver for the region and the UK,” she said. “The region as a whole is pulling together, with our industry at its heart.”

It came ahead of the Humber branch’s annual dinner at Humber Royal Hotel, Grimsby, and saw the launch of a refreshed new Energy Estuary map from Bondholders.

“The Humber’s role in the UK’s energy system really does take some beating,” Mrs Kingham said, listing how it is responsible for one third of the UK’s coal imports, one third of the UK’s fuel, one fifth of the natural gas landed and one sixth of electricity generated.

“With two refineries and strengths in steel, chemicals and process industries, the Humber has one of the largest concentrations of energy intensive industries in the country. The banks of the Humber – the ports of Immingham, Hull, Grimsby, Trent, Goole – are home to established and still flourishing industries.







The £15 million BEIS Call for CCUS Innovation will provide grant funding to innovation projects that significantly reduce the cost of capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide (CO2). The scope of the call covers the full range of CCUS innovation which includes carbon capture, transport, utilisation and storage. This covers both power and industrial CCUS and also includes greenhouse gas removal (GGR) approaches that are based on capturing and sequestering carbon dioxide. BEIS is looking to offer grant funding for projects for up to 28 months, finishing before 31st March 2021, and will consider grant applications of up to £5 million for a single project.


CATCH have announced that, following an EGM that took place on 25 May, the acquisition of Your Connected Future (YCF) was approved by the CATCH Members and this has now progressed through to completion.

YCF is a membership organisation for the manufacturing and process industries within Yorkshire, offering support and networking opportunities to companies both large and small.

The aim of bringing the 2 companies together was to provide a wider offer to our respective memberships, and a more powerful voice for industry in the Humber and Yorkshire region.

While the dust settles on the legal activity, there will be little change for either organisation. Moving forward we will work closely with both sets of member companies to ensure we provide the best possible service for our customers, our sectors, wider stakeholders and our region.

CEO David Talbot said “I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Jill Mooney and Lisa Buck to CATCH and we will now start the hard work of embedding the 2 organisations”


Crisis Media, Reputation Management & Crisis PR Breakfast Seminar 8-19am @CATCH

Wednesday 13 June 2018

What is crisis media and how does it differ from PR?

Is it really necessary to have a crisis media plan in place?

What is involved and what should be expected?

What about the aftermath and my reputation?

How to effectively handle your general PR?

Come along and hear what one of the regions leading crisis media consultants has to say on this vast topic.

Blair Jacobs will talk through the basics, which will help you analyse your current crisis media process.

We will also hear from Blair’s colleague Emma Ideson on how effective PR and marketing will work for you.

To register please contact

01482 667 528
07540 273008


Room Hire

Here are some quotes from our customers regarding our facilities, “excellent facility”, “a trainers dream”, “very helpful staff” and “the coffee is outstanding”.

We had a visit from our local MP who said the facility was “very impressive”.

We are continually receiving positive feedback from our customers. We are prepared to go that extra mile in order to satisfy your requirements and are very flexible with any specific needs that you may have.


Our catering and coffee continue to receive excellent feedback form our customers at our restaurant CATCH A Bite 365.

Pre-book tour

We have a wide range of excellent rooms suitable for all group sizes, from small groups of delegates to large conferences that can seat 100 theatre style. You’re also able to come see the rooms before booking.

Members’ discount

All CATCH and Concom members receive a 10% discount on CATCH Room hire.

Hiring a room

To ensure your rooms meet your requirements, Jasmine will work with you to ensure that your room is perfect for your group size, ideal date, time and duration. Jasmine will also be able to advise you on any questions relating to travel, accessibility, catering, prices and accommodation.

For more information please contact-
01469 552821


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