This two-day event (8 – 9 February) focuses on the practical ways for new and existing development to reach low and zero carbon using tri-generation and heat networks, bringing in the experience of Danish companies as well as new London examples.
With the bulk of Scotland’s power now coming from renewable energy and a new Scottish Climate Change Bill in the offing, Scotland continues to lead the way in building a low-carbon economy. Scottish Renewables’ first ever Low-Carbon Cities Conference explores the many opportunities for Scotland’s cities to embrace the transition to a sustainable, clean, green economy; reducing energy costs and tackling fuel poverty, while attracting low-carbon investment and jobs, and building Scotland’s industries of the future.
2017 will see Scotland’s energy sector continuing its evolution. The next 12 months will herald a new Energy Strategy and stricter carbon reduction targets for Scotland, an industrial strategy and the publishing of a climate change plan at Westminster, and further clarity on the emerging shape of Britain’s likely exit from the EU. Scottish Renewables’ Annual Conference 2017 will look at what these changes mean for the future development of Scotland’s renewable energy sector.
The 2017 Euroheat & Power Congress will be held in Glasgow. Save the date!This congress and exhibition will offer active participation by providing an excellent programme with speakers from different levels of governance and stakeholders. It provides a platform to discuss major issues of importance for European and Global District Energy sectors across a range of technical and commercial issues; from resource assessment and innovative technological design, to market and policy developments.
Utility Week Live is the UK’s only exhibition dedicated to the UK’s gas, electricity and water industries, connecting Britain’s utilities to their suppliers, contractors and partners.