The heat is on: transitioning to low-carbon heat is the challenge of this decade
It’s all go in low-carbon heat – but are we going fast enough?
The Scottish Government’s long-awaited Heat in Buildings Strategy builds on previous work to set the tone for the shift away from gas, but will it be enough? New policies, like the creation of a National Public Energy Agency, can also drive the transformational change needed to decarbonise our buildings. But with regulations from the Heat Networks (Scotland) Act yet to materialise, there’s a growing sense of urgency in the sector.
With large decisions still to be made on whether the focus will be on heat pumps, heat networks, electric heating, hydrogen or energy efficiency, the question on everyone’s mind is WHO PAYS?
Scottish Renewables’ Low-Carbon Heat Conference will examine all these issues and more.
- What changes the Heat Networks Act and other policies will make to the low-carbon heat landscape over the next 10 years
- About existing heat projects which are underway, and the new schemes which are coming
- How the deployment outlook for heat pumps is shaping up, and the place of heat networks, hydrogen and energy efficiency within this
- From an in-depth look at heat skills and the supply chain
At this exciting point in time for heat policy in Scotland, this event brings together the key people in industry and policy development to collaborate and explore the key issues and challenges facing the low-carbon heat industry.
Who should attend?
Industry and supply chain, local and national government, academia, public bodies, professional advisors and consultants, community groups and anyone else with an interest in the development and growth of Scotland’s low-carbon heat sector.