DfE Energy Strategy - Heat Workshop
The Energy Strategy Call for Evidence, published on 17 December 2019, is part of an on-going public engagement process for a new Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland. This workshop will be primarily structured around Chapter 6 of the Call for Evidence, will focus on key issues of interest and encourage discussion between stakeholders.
Registration on the day will open at 9.30am with a start time of 10.00am. This half day workshop (with light lunch provided) will provide attendees with an opportunity to consider Heat within the context of developing proposals for a new Energy Strategy.
Your attendance at this event will help provide further evidence to inform and shape the next stage of the Energy Strategy process.
You need to complete online registration before 18th February 2020.
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