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Thu 20 April 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 BST
About the Event
The 4th Annual SFHA Energy Exchange comes at a time when energy efficiency and fuel poverty have never been higher up the agenda for housing associations.
Housing associations are working towards meeting the Energy Efficiency Standards for Social Housing, while the Scottish Government is about to consult on a national energy strategy and on a long term strategy to bring all of Scotland’s homes up to a good energy standard within 15 years. Fuel poverty continues to be a significant concern, in spite of significant investment to improve housing association homes.
Delegates will hear from -
- The Scottish Government on its plans for a national energy efficiency programme and about its interim review of EESSH
- Examples of the benefits of advice for tenants, including projects supported by SFHA and SGN
- Advice on developing a Fuel Poverty Strategy from EAS, who are developing a fuel poverty tool kit for housing associations
- Procurement of Energy Efficency
The event also provides a great event to network and speak to funders, government officials and suppliers.
Who should attend?
This event is open to housing association members of the SFHA only.
About the venue
The Lighthouse, set in the heart of Glasgow and was designed by Rennie Mckintosh. The venue is a perfect location for is perfect for business meetings due to it being easily accessible, it is situated a short walk from both Queens Street and Central Station. Alternatively there is a chargeable car parking on Mitchell Street.
Costs and How to Book
This event is exclusively available to housing association members of the SFHA and is FREE to attend. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Two places per organisation.
24 Housing is our media partner for the conference. As our media partner, it will promote the conference via print and digital outlets. 24 Housing will have representatives at the conference who may wish to interview speakers, delegates or exhibitors. They may also be photographing the conference, capturing key moments. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform SFHA staff. Thank you for your co-operation.