Reducing energy demand towards 2020: How Scotland can lead the way in energy efficiency
Scotland leads the world in its ambition to reduce carbon emissions by 42 per cent by 2020.
The Scottish Government is committed to building a renewable energy industry that will help achieve this challenging target, but if Scotland is to succeed then we must reduce demand as well.
This Scotsman Conference, in association with Energy Action Scotland, will look at ways that householders, businesses and the public sector can reduce the amount of energy they use, saving money and to helping tackle climate change.
It will consider the UK government’s Green Deal launched in October, and with more than one in three Scots still struggling to meet their energy bills, it will ask whether energy reduction is the key to tackling fuel poverty.
Expert speakers will be drawn from the energy industry, academia, business and government.
Confirmed speakers include:
Norman Kerr, Director, Energy Action Scotland
Prof Richard Kerley, Queen Margaret University
Graham McLennan, Managing Director, SOLAS
Dr Gillian Menzies, School of the Built Environment, Heriot-Watt University
Neil Clitheroe ,CEO - Retail & Generation, Scottish Power
Information and fees
We are pleased to offer the best value conference rates in Scotland:
Rate: £99.00 + VAT (10% discount for previous Scotsman Conference delegates)
Fees include refreshments, networking lunch and exclusive access to the Post Conference Reports.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or give the team a call on: 0131 620 8656
To book your place please click here.
The Scotsman Conferences are half day events. Registration will be from 8.30am. The conference will draw to a close at approximately 1.15pm and be followed by a networking lunch.
Key Speaker: To be confirmed
Venue: The Scotsman Head Office, Edinburgh (Map Details)
Time: 26 February 2013, at 08:30