Energy Conference to discuss how social housing can achieve net-zero emissions
SFHA's Energy Conference will explore the key challenges being faced by the social housing sector in the transition to a 'net-zero nation' and how these can be addressed in a fair and just way.
Tuesday 21 September 2021
The Zero Emissions Social Housing Taskforce (ZEST) was convened by then Housing Minister Kevin Stewart and tasked with examining, and making recommendations on, what is required of the social housing sector to maximise its contribution to the Scottish Government’s climate change targets. On 31 August, it published its recommendations for achieving net-zero emissions in social housing.
Our virtual Energy Conference on 21 September will look at ZEST’s key recommendations and discuss the next steps with the taskforce’s co-chairs, SFHA Chief Executive Sally Thomas and Aubrey Fawcett, Inverclyde Council Chief Executive.
Benefits of attending the conference
- Learn from industry experts with experience in energy efficient and low-carbon technologies
- Discover practical solutions and approaches to tackling the ‘big challenges’ facing the housing sector.
Secure your place
Tuesday 21 September, Virtual Energy Conference
Tickets are priced at:
- £180 for SFHA members
- £250 for non-members
Visit the SFHA Live! section of our website to book your place