Energy Efficiency 2 - Diving in deeper

Energy Efficiency 2 - Diving in deeper

15 May 2019, 14:00 - 15:30

Alsh 2

Chair: Lesley Rudd, CEO, Sustainable Energy Association

The Scottish Government’s Energy Efficient Scotland programme: a summary of key recommendations from the supply chain and skills working group 
Ian Cuthbert, Programme Manager, Energy Saving Trust

Sustainable Renovation – moving beyond theoretical energy efficiency
Chris Morgan, Director, John Gilbert Architects 

Deep Retrofit - Why and How?
Rick Hartwig, Built Environment Lead, The Institution of Engineering and Technology

Supporting Sustainable Scotland: Interest-free finance for investment in energy efficiency across the public sector
Heather Jones, Programme Co-ordinator, Salix Finance 

Q&A and panel discussion


Programme subject to change


  • Lesley Rudd



    Sustainable Energy Association

    As Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy Association Lesley draws on 30 years in the energy industry. She has worked on a range of energy policy...

  • Rick Hartwig


    Built Environment Lead

    The Institution of Engineering and Technology

    As the Built Environment Lead at The Institute of Engineering, Rick's role is to champion engineering and technological challenges by raising vital...

  • Heather Jones


    Programme Co-ordinator, Scotland

    Salix Finance

    Heather has worked at Salix Finance for over a year and is looking forward to representing Salix at All-Energy for the third year running. Heather is...

  • Ian Cuthbert


    Programme Manager

    Energy Saving Trust

    Ian Cuthbert is responsible for the Energy Saving Trust’s supply chain activities to help ensure Scottish suppliers benefit from the large amount of...

  • Chris Morgan



    John Gilbert Architects

    Chris is a Director of Hab-Lab working on building performance of renovated buildings in use, with over 25 year’s experience in both sustainable...