Heat of the moment
The next stage of Scotland’s net-zero journey will be the decarbonisation of heat – a shift which presents economic opportunity across the board.
But how can industry capitalise on a renewed push for net-zero post-coronavirus? With ever-increasing public support for a major drive to insulate Scotland’s buildings and provide affordable, low-carbon heat to all, what are the real golden moments for businesses in the renewable energy industry?
Scottish Renewables’ Low-Carbon Heat Conference 2020 will examine all these issues and more.
- How your business can grasp the opportunities presented by the Scottish Government’s green economic recovery plans
- The deployment outlook
- What changes the Heat Networks Bill and supporting policies will make
- The implication of new regulations making low-carbon heat mandatory for new-builds from 2024
The conference is fully virtual for 2020, but we’re committed to delivering the same rich experience that delegates have come to expect. Delegates will be able to participate in live Q&A sessions and engage in live polling.
Who should attend?
Industry and supply chain, local and national government, academia, public bodies, finance, advisory, legal, consultancy – anyone with an interest in the development of the low-carbon heat sector (biomass, electric heat, district heat, solar thermal) in Scotland.