Our experts will be joining a range of panel discussions covering heat efficiency in the built environment, renewable energy and low carbon transport. Attendees are invited to attend panel discussions in the show floor theatres free of charge and can participate in the Q&A with panellists.
Our chief executive, Mike Thornton, joins the opening panel discussion on 11 May, which features a keynote delivered by Patrick Harvie, Member of the Scottish Parliament for Zero Carbon Buildings, Active Travel and Tenants’ Rights.
Mike will share insight into how Energy Saving Trust is working to address the climate emergency, the progress the UK has made on the journey to net zero, as well as the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. He will also make the case for speeding up the roll-out of heat pumps as a low carbon heating solution, and introduce our new Business Energy Scotland service, which provides energy saving advice to SMEs in Scotland.