This roundtable event brought together experts from across the low-carbon energy spectrum to discuss the Scottish Government’s draft Energy Strategy, The Future of Energy in Scotland, the pathways to a fully decarbonised society by 2050 and the potential interplay of different low-carbon technologies in order to meet the strategy’s proposed targets. Outputs from the meeting will be fed back to the Scottish Government, and will be available to download here in early May.
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- Scottish Energy Strategy: The Future of Energy in Scotland, Katherine White, Head of Energy and Climate Change Projects, and Stuart Greig, Head of Onshore and Subsurface Policy Unit, Scottish Government
- Energy system challenges for Scotland and the UK, Mark Winskel, UK Energy Research Centre and Chancellor’s Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh
‘Low-carbon vision’ presentations:
Discussion of Energy Strategy consultation questions:
- What are your views on the proposed target to supply the equivalent of 50% of all Scotland’s energy consumption from renewable sources by 2030?
- What are your views on the development of an appropriate target to encourage a full range of low and zero-carbon energy technologies?
- What ideas do you have about the role of hydrogen in Scotland’s energy mix and the development of hydrogen production in Scotland?
Wrap-up and output report, Stuart Haszeldine