Analysis of Responses to the Consultation on Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies, and Regulation of District Heating presents views on proposals presented and the evidence sought by Scottish Government on the planning at a local level of heat decarbonisation and energy efficiency programmes within Scotland’s Energy
Efficiency Programme (SEEP) and a regulatory scenario for district heating. The consultation ran between 24 January and 18 April 2017 (see: http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2017/01/9139)
The report is structured around the following sections of the consultation:
A: Scope and Content of Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies
B1: Proposed Regulatory Approach for District Heating
B2: Planning, Zoning and Concessions for District Heating
B3: Connecting Users to District Heating Networks
B4: Connecting Surplus Industrial Heat
B5: Technical Standards, Consumer Protection and Licensing
B6: Enabling Activity and Additional Areas for Consideration to Support our Regulatory Approach.
The report also presents the cross-cutting themes that occur throughout the consultation responses.