UK – Local Energy Data Collection for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventories

Energee-Watch

1 July 2015

This webinar informs participants about energy data collection practices in the United Kingdom, and provides practical advice and discussion on energy data gathering and processing for the purposes of establishing a BEI/MEI as part of a Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP).

The webinar notably drew on the outcomes and learnings from the IEE projects MESHARTILITY and SEAP+.

Aimed to: Practitioners on local energy data collection, heads of municipal departments (energy, climate, environment, transport), local and regional energy agencies, local and regional elected leaders (mayors, deputy mayors, councillors), representatives of other levels of government, including national policy-makers.

Agenda  –  PDF presentation

Webinar recording [English]


Speakers:

  • Siegfried Zöllner – ICLEI
  • Ryan Glanc, Katie King & Melanie Hobson (Aether)
  • Amy Gray – Aberdeen City Council

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