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    Publications featuring STEP UP

    Towards the end of the project, STEP UP was featured in a number of high profile publications, raising the profile of the project and sharing its key outputs and achievements with organisations and individuals across Europe and beyond.

    District Heating Leaflet

    Glasgow’s City Energy team has produced an information leaflet about District Heating in Glasgow to help provide information about District Heating and how it works, with examples from within Glasgow.

    STEP UP Final Newsletter

    Our final STEP UP Newsletter has just gone out to our subscribers.  The newsletter has information updating you on each city's progress, SEAP and recent events and achievements. Click here to view our newsletter.

    Glasgow publishes results of Citizens' Survey on Energy and Environment

    Glasgow is currently working towards reducing its carbon emissions by 30% by 2020. As part of this commitment, Glasgow City Council aims to engage stakeholders and citizens to better understand the actions which can be taken city-wide to reduce energy use and improve Glasgow’s environment. This survey provided citizens with an opportunity to have their say on energy, transport, green events and carbon reduction measures in Glasgow. A previous recent survey consulted businesses and organisations in Glasgow about energy and emissions; however this survey sought to specifically engage Glasgow’s citizens about their individual energy use and environmental concerns.

    The results of this survey, along with the previous business and organisations survey will help inform the development of Glasgow’s new Energy and Carbon Master Plan, influence planning and events for Glasgow’s Green Year in 2015, and support continued action on improving the environment and sustainability by Glasgow City Council.

    The results of the citizens' survey on Energy and the Environment are available to view via the link below.

    Energy and Environment - Citizens's Survey Results 

                                                                                                    

     

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