Energy Efficiency Showcase
About the event
Following its commitment to class energy efficiency as a National Infrastructure Priority, the Scottish Government has been working to develop Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme (SEEP) a 20 year delivery programme for energy efficiency measures across Scotland. Social landlords are already committed to achieving a minimum energy efficiency standard across all homes by 2020 but for the first time, the Scottish Government is also considering whether minimum standards should apply in the private sector. This event will bring you up to date with all the latest developments in energy efficiency.
This topical event will feature a number of keynote speakers who will examine what comes next for energy efficiency in Scotland as well as a full programme of short case study workshops that will showcase some of the latest innovations in the sector.
A full programme will be available on our website shortly.
Benefits of attendingGet up to date with the latest practical and policy implications of the energy efficiency agenda. Learn about innovative case studies, debate how we tackle the scourge of fuel poverty and discuss where next for energy efficiency.
Who should attend
This event will be of interest to housing mangers, housing officers, maintenance staff, technical staff, policy staff, staff engaged in energy efficiency and fuel poverty as well as those interested in tenancy sustainment.
Exhibition & sponsorship
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• Free for CIH members
• £10 for Local Authorities, government, RSL’s, charities
• £50 for commercial organisations
All refreshments and lunch will be provided.
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