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Special Events

Fuel Poverty Discussion Seminar 18 February 2016

Energy Action Scotland’s members across the country are an important source of feedback on what is working well and where the gaps remain in tackling fuel poverty.  We are therefore running for the third year a discussion seminar on what the key solutions to fuel poverty are going forward.

Please note this event is for EAS members only.

Once again, the event format will focus on discussions and the priority will be to identify solutions.

This free 1-day discussion seminar will take place on Thursday 18 February in central Glasgow.  Further information will be issued at time of booking.

Advance booking is essential.  NB If numbers are high, we might have to restrict to two people per organisation.  Please book using the form provided here by midday on Wednesday 10 February 2016

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If you wish to see the presentations from contributors, slides from workshops, and documents released at the EAS 2015 Annual Conference on Fuel Poverty please click here


New Special Events are announced via our Members' Bulletin and via Twitter.

 

RdSAP Masterclass

 

EAS and Alembic Research Ltd are running a series of one day CPD events across Scotland.

These events will provide existing EPC Assessors/RdSAP users with greater insight into how the model works for difficult dwelling geometries, multiple heating systems, community heating, renewable technologies and RHI calculations, extended glazing, known U-values, basements, rooms in the roof and ECO calculations.

Discover the key to unlock the door of the box and release the full potential of the RdSAP model.

Venues and dates by arrangement.

You can also register your interest by emailing masterclass@eas.org.uk or contacting Rose Ann Porteous at EAS on tel: 0141 226 3064.


For information on training courses and other EAS events please see our Diary