TENDERS: Scot-Govt to spend £500m on energy-efficiency works

energy-efficiencyA pack-of-three seminars for Scotland’s energy industry to learn about commercial opportunities in de-carbonising the heating sector is being held this month by the Scot-Govt.

Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme (SEEP) is the cornerstone of government’s National Infrastructure Priority on energy efficiency, with a budget of £500 million set aside for the work between now and 2020.

It will be a co-ordinated programme to improve the energy efficiency and decarbonise the heat supply of homes and buildings in the commercial, public and industrial sectors over a 20 year period. 

The workshops in Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh are an opportunity to input to the on-going development of SEEP, which seeks to improve the energy efficiency of Scotland’s 2.4 million homes as well as the public sector estate.   

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