The Glasgow STEP UP team of Glasgow City Council, University of Strathclyde and Scottish Power Energy Networks held a successful stakeholder engagement event for the City’s new Energy and Carbon Masterplan at the Lighthouse in Glasgow on Monday the 12th of May.
Introduction - Graham Pinfield - Glasgow City Council
Over seventy representatives from the private, public, voluntary and community sectors in Glasgow attended the half day event to learn more about the developing Energy and Carbon Master Plan. Attendees took part in workshops covering energy efficiency; local energy generation and district heating; transport and waste – each aimed at helping to identify actions for the new Plan.
Delegates at Lunch and Exhibition Stands
Four parallel workshops were held on the topics of Energy Efficiency, Local Energy Production and District Heating, Transport and Waste and Recycling. All workshops were well attended and lively discussions took place. A wide range of actions and suggestions came out of all the workshop sessions that will contribute to the composition of Glasgow’s new Energy and Carbon Master Plan.
Energy Efficiency Workshop
Graham Pinfield, STEP UP Project Manager for Glasgow thanked all attendees for their participation and advised that results of the workshop would be assimilated and circulated to all participants, and further consultations would be held leading up to the draft plan stage together with another event at the launch of Glasgow’s Energy and Carbon Master Plan.
The report with results of the findings from the four workshops is available in the PDF link below.
STEP UP - Glasgow Conference 12th May 2014