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EAS Annual Conference and Exhibition 2017

Resolving Fuel Poverty

The conference will take place in the Crieff Hydro Hotel, Crieff on Thursday 9 and Friday 10 November 2017.

The conference is supported by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks and SP Energy Networks.

This year those working in the field of fuel poverty are aware that this is a time of both uncertainty and of opportunity. Fuel poverty policy is being reviewed and almost every aspect is coming under scrutiny before new plans are finalised. There have been a raft of consultations and it is likely that views will again be sought going forward.

This conference is the principal event focusing on fuel poverty in Scotland and topics will include Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme (SEEP) which stems from the decision to make energy efficiency an infrastructure priority in Scotland, how best to support vulnerable and low income households struggling to afford energy bills, and the role of new technologies such as smart meters.

Programme details and the booking form are available here

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