Heat Strategy: a fair transition to decarbonised heat
Tue 09 Mar 2021 10:00
Tue 09 Mar 2021 11:30
Microsoft Teams Webinar
Reliability, Environment, Innovation
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is hosting an online event on the 9th March to discuss its 'Heat Strategy: a fair transition to decarbonised heat' with stakeholders. The Strategy proposes four key principles that SSEN will embed as it works with the communities it serves to realise the UK's decarbonisation targets.
In accordance with coronavirus guidelines this event will be held over Microsoft Teams, from 10-11:30. Speakers include:
* Stewart Reid, Head of Future Networks, SSEN
* Simon O'Loughlin, Stakeholder Engagement Manager and Consumer Vulnerability Lead, SSEN
* Matthew Aylott, Electrification of Heat Lead, Clean Heat, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
* Melanie MacRae, Head of the Heat Programme, Scottish Government
The purpose of the event is to discuss these principles, projects and initiatives and gather stakeholder views and feedback on the Strategy's proposals. The key issues that will be discussed are:
* The challenges in the heat decarbonisation transition;
* The opportunities that this will create and how these can be made accessible;
* The four principles in the Heat Strategy;
* How the transition can be accelerated; and
* Ensuring fairness is embedded in the transition
Stakeholder views will shape and form SSEN's approach to decarbonising heat. This first event marks the start of an extensive engagement programme to ensure that the strategy delivers for the households, businesses and communities SSEN serves.
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