I have a carbon fiber Giant Revolt that I keep in the hallway of my apartment, near the door. Opposite from where it's stored -- about 2.5-3 feet away, or one hallway width -- there is a hot-water type radiator, that is, one of those through which flows hot water pumped by a gas boiler. I've been keeping it off, because I wasn't sure what effect it might have on the bike frame: it's obviously not touching the radiator, but the radiator does put off a fair amount of heat.
I'm not sure whether the carbon fiber frame is basically immune to that kind of heat, or whether, over time, the continued heating and cooling will have some wear-and-tear effect on it. As said, I've been keeping the radiator off, but it makes that part of the apartment kind of chilly, so have been thinking of turning it on.
Any info from carbon fiber/materials experts would be appreciated!