EXCLUSIVE: First feedback from Scot-Govt energy-efficiency and insulation projects due to be revealed at Edinburgh conference

EXCLUSIVE by Scottish Energy News

Industry feedback from the first pilot projects to trial the roll out of the re-booted Scot-Govt energy-efficiency and insulation programme to combat stubbornly-high levels of fuel-poverty will be revealed next month

Hosted by the ClimateXChange, Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, researchers from Strathclyde’s Centre for Energy Policy and Edinburgh’s Heat and the City team will present recent work on the impacts of energy efficiency interventions in Scotland.

Prof. Karen Turner from the University of Strathclyde will introduce the Centre for Energy Policy’s research on the potential wider economic impact of the EES programme, and reflect on the potential for growth in GDP and jobs.

Faye Wade and Jan Webb from the University of Edinburgh Heat and the City team will present their research on the evaluation of the EES programme pilots.

Additionally, the Energy Saving Trust will present valuable learning on the SEEP / EES policy landscape, the role of evaluation and monitoring, and how monitoring can be used to measure carbon and cost savings, and there will be discussion of the proposals for Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies (LHEES) at local government level.

To register your interest in attending this event on 26 Jun 2018, email: Sales@ScottishEnergyNews.com

22 May 2018

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