Fife Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy Consultation Event

18oct7:00 pm8:30 pmVirtual EventFife Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy Consultation EventJoin Fife Communities Climate Action Network to share your views on the Fife Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy. OrganiserFife Communities Climate Action NetworkOnline Event7:00 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT+00:00) Event TypeMeeting,Mobilisation & OutreachThemeNetworking & Community Engagement,Transport & Infrastructure

Event Details

Event Information

This event is your opportunity to have your say on Fife’s first Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategy (LHEES).

Through facilitated discussion attendees will share their feedback on the strategy. Feedback will be used to write a response to the consultation on behalf of Fife Communities Climate Action Network.

We will also make the response available for download on the FCCAN website so others can add to it and submit their own response.

By taking part in this event you will be helping the Council meet its 2045 Net Zero target, and help Fife be climate friendly, climate ready, and climate just by 2045.

The Strategy

The Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategy and accompanying 5-year delivery plan detail Fife Council’s approach to improve the energy efficiency and decarbonise heat sources of Fife buildings in a climate friendly, ready, and just manner.

Improving Fife’s buildings is a core part of the energy transition to Net Zero by 2045 and tackling the climate emergency. To achieve this means all building owners in Fife will need to do their part to cut building emissions and improve sustainability. The LHEES strategy details how the Fife Council area will approach this challenge.

Fife Council is seeking your feedback on:

• the vision of this strategy,

• their identified priorities,

• the scope of the high-level delivery plan, and

• any further actions we should include when developing our detailed delivery plan.

Take Part

The event is taking place online. A Zoom link will be included in the order confirmation and via email the day before the event.

To get the most from this event and to be able to effectively provide feedback, participants should read the Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy beforehand and consider the consultation questions.



(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT+00:00)


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