Scotland’s Climate Change Plan, published in February, aims to reduce emissions from Scotland’s buildings by 23% for domestic and 59% for non-domestic buildings by 2032. This means that by the middle of this century all buildings in Scotland will need to be near zero carbon where feasible..
This will be an opportunity to make Scotland’s buildings cleaner, and more sustainable, comfortable and affordable for their occupants and users – householders, the public sector and business. With case studies from Denmark and Scotland, we will explore the new and mature technologies available now to provide clean electricity and heat for the city.
Ian Manders, Policy Advisor, The Danish Embassy
Søren Hebsgaard, UK Country Manager, Kamstrup
Stephen Hart, General Manager, Frese
Claus Jacobsen, Chief Commercial Officer, Solid Energi
Paul Moseley, Associate Director, Scottish Futures Trust
Rune Nielsen, Advisor, Danish Energy Agency
Janice Pauwels, Sustainable Development Manager, City of Edinburgh Council
Paul Steen, Associate, Ramboll
Ken Brady, Programme Manager, Energy Saving Trust
Kathryn Dapré, Head of Engineering and Energy, NSS Health Facilities Scotland
Regis Lopez, Senior Policy Advisor, The Scottish Government
Other seminars during the Liveable City conference:
Age Friendly Housing – Homes for young, old and families
Masterplanning and Urban Development – Putting people first
Healthy Cities, Healthy Buildings – How to improve quality of life for all
Low Carbon City – Next step for energy efficiency and heat supply
University campuses – A catalyst for growth in cities
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