Response to the Competition and Markets Authority’s “Heat Networks Market Study – Update Paper”
David Hawkey ( 2018 )
Response to Scottish Government’s “Energy Efficient Scotland Consultation: Making our homes and buildings warmer, greener and more efficient”
Faye Wade, Ruth Bush and Janette Webb ( 2018 )
Heat and the City response to Energy Efficient Scotland March 2019 Consultation
Faye Wade, Janette Webb, Margaret Tingey and Henry Myers ( 2019 )
Heat and the City Response to Scottish Government’s “Local Energy Policy Statement: A Consultation”
Faye Wade, Margaret Tingey, Fabian Fuentes Gonzalez and Janette Webb ( 2019 )
Heat and the City Response to the Scottish Parliament Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee’s ‘Energy Inquiry – Call for Views’
Margaret Tingey, Fabian Fuentes Gonzalez, Janette Webb and Faye Wade ( 2020 )
Scottish Government consultation response: Energy Strategy – Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme (SEEP) National infrastructure priority for energy efficiency
Ruth Bush, David Hawkey, Niall Kerr, Margaret Tingey, Faye Wade and Janette Webb ( 2017 )
Heat and the City Response to Scottish Government’s “Energy Efficient Scotland: Improving energy efficiency in owner occupied homes”, March 2020
Faye Wade and Janette Webb ( 2020 )
Scottish Energy Strategy: The Future of Energy in Scotland, UKERC response
Jim Watson and Mark Winskel (editors) ( 2017 )
Scottish Government consultation on its draft Heat in Buildings Strategy. CREDS Consultation response. Scottish Government consultation on its draft Heat in Buildings Strategy, 7 Jun 2021
Dr Faye Wade, Professor Jan Webb, Dr Gavin Killip, Kay Jenkinson ( 2021 )
Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategies, and Regulation of District Heating: Response to Consultation from the Heat and the City Research Team, University of Edinburgh
Janette Webb, David Hawkey, Ruth Bush and Margaret Tingey ( 2017 )
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