Net Zero Transition Opportunities in the Highlands & Island
HeatSource is supporting industry in all areas of the supply chain to grow their capacity & capability within the growing green heat sector
HeatSource, along with Highlands and Islands Enterprise, brings together industry and public sector to discuss the projects and activity happening across the region, supporting growth and jobs in the transition to net zero, and what needs to happen to maximise our opportunities in this.
Join us for our first in-person event delivered in the Highlands and Islands region, taking place at UHI Inverness campus. HeatSource, along with Highlands and Islands Enterprise, are bringing together industry and the public sector to discuss the net zero and green heat projects and activity happening across the region. Over the course of the event, we will hear from representatives from The Highland Council, Opportunity Cromarty Firth, Changeworks, RI Cruden and more…
Take advantage of this local event to understand the opportunities supporting growth and jobs in the region, as we explore the key investments being made in the green heat and energy sectors to support the transition to net zero.
Attendees will also have chance to see examples of the excellent training and demonstration equipment available at the UHI Inverness Campus, supporting the deployment of green skills in the region. HeatSource is an initiative delivered by BE-ST on behalf of Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and South of Scotland Enterprise (SoSE) to support the transition to green heat and meeting Scotland’s decarbonisation agenda.
- 1200 Arrival and refreshments
- 1215 Welcome and Introduction to HeatSource
- 1230 Ambitions for Net Zero and Green Heat in the Highlands and Islands
- Euan Lochhead , Changeworks
- Mini Hanna, Opportunity Cromarty Firth
- Isla MacMillian, Highland Council
- 1345 Refreshment break
- 1430 Panel Session - Meeting the demands of the Net Zero and Green Heat Agenda
- Stephen Sheridan, Skills Development Scotland
- Callum Cruden, RI Cruden,
- Natalie Dillion, Acorn Bioenergy
- 1600 Close
HeatSource is an initiative delivered by BE-ST on behalf of Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and South of Scotland Enterprise.