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Retrofit Solar PV for Housing - Case Studies from Three Housing Associations03 May 2012
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Where: K505, Buchanan House, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow
Times: 12.30 -14.00 [GMT+1 / BST] (12:00 for lunch)
The Scottish Government Draft Electricity policy statement 2010 set out the latest position on Scotland’s future electricity mix including an update on the Scottish approach to Energy Efficiency and Microgeneration as developed in the Energy Efficiency Action Plan. The Energy Efficiency Action Plan reaffirmed the Scottish Government’s ambitious energy efficiency and microgeneration agenda for Scotland and set out our wide ranging programme of activity on behaviour change, household, business and public sector energy efficiency, infrastructure, skills, and transport.
This framework furthers the governments climate change, economic and social ambitions. It will drive the cost]effective action required if Scotland is to meet its challenging statutory emissions reduction targets of at least 80% by 2050 and 42% by 2020, as set out in the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 and introduces a headline target to reduce Scottish final energy consumption by 12% by 2020, with an indication of how this will be monitored.
This webinar will bring together three feasibility studies related to the adequate sizing and economic viability of solar photovoltaic technology onto current housing stock belonging to three housing associations. Various housing types were analysed for their adequate orientation and roof restrictions together with the appropriate economic calculations for viable pay back periods in line with technology capital cost, government funding and maintenance costs.
The studies were completed after appropriate filtering of all the housing stock belonging to the three housing associations. This work was conducted with housing staff who were familiar with the location of homes. Various building visits followed where a photographic study was completed and various technical drawings were retrieved to aid the calculations.
The reports have been adapted to the recent changes in legislation and government funding by analysing the economic pay back periods and the variation of tariffs. These reports were conducted at different stages from summer 2011 and the start of 2012 where variations of tariffs have been applied impacting accordingly to the results.
Julio Bros Williamson, Scottish Energy Centre – Edinburgh Napier University
Jon Stinson, Scottish Energy Centre – Edinburgh Napier University
Michael Hui, Malcolm Homes
Wendy Farmer, Port of Leith HA
John McMorrow, Easthall Park Housing Co-operative
There are two ways to attend this event.
All CIC Start Online members will be invited to attend the online webinar and will receive an email with the meeting link. This will provide a live video feed, presentation and chat area - with the opportunity to contribute to the discussion using the Q&A (online chat) facility.
Online attendance is free of charge to CIC Start Online members.
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You can also attend the seminar in person.
A buffet lunch will be provided before the event, providing opportunities for networking with fellow delegates and the seminar speakers. Lunch and registration starts at 12:00, with the seminar commencing at 12:30.
If you wish to attend the seminar in person, please complete the registration form below.
The price is £70 per delegate (£50 for CIC Start Online members).
SEMINAR FEE SUBSIDY
The seminar fee may be 50% funded by Skills Development Scotland if the business employs less than 250 people and meets Skills Development Scotland's criteria. After booking the course, please contact Shirley.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 456 8731.
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