Scottish Enterprise commissioned Ramboll to understand the potential for Scotland to be a leader in the low-carbon heat tech industry and to improve the competitiveness of the industry and firms within.
Link to report summary here: Document details | Reading Room for Scottish Enterpise (evaluationsonline.org.uk)
Digital Heat Technology Webinar
30 May 11am – 1230pm BST
Supported by Scottish Enterprise and Built Environment – Smarter Transformation, you are invited to join our webinar which will explore the topic of digital technologies that facilitate deployment or improve the efficiency of green heat systems.
Speaker 1: Rachel McCaw from the Green Heat team within Scottish Enterprise will present the findings of a recent report that assesses Scotland’s digital heat technology opportunities and supply chain.
Speaker 2: Pragmatic Energy, who are developing a cloud-based monitoring, insights and optimisation platform for low carbon heating systems such as heat pumps; they are launching their first commercial product imminently, and their insight and experience is a great showcase within the realm of low carbon heat.
Speaker 3: Snugg Energy, who have created an online platform that assesses the most impactful energy solutions for homes, by combining intuitive user experience and data science to generate solutions.
Speaker 4: University of Edinburgh will give an overview of their experience utilising emerging digital tools, with a focus on utilities master planning and low carbon heat strategy.
Please register here