Heat Networks (Scotland) Bill

 

About the Bill

The purpose of the Bill is to encourage greater deployment of heat networks in Scotland, in order to help reduce emissions from heating homes and buildings.

The Bill will also contribute towards Scotland’s target to deliver 11% of non-electrical heat demand from renewable sources by 2020 and the Scottish Government’s target that 50% of all energy consumption come from renewables by 2030.

This Bill was introduced by the Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, Michael Matheson MSP, on 2 March 2020. 

SPICe Briefings

 Heat Networks (Scotland) Bill - SPICe Briefing

Evidence

The Committee launched a call for written views that closed on 29 May 2020. 

Read the call for written views
Read the written submissions

Correspondence

 On 3 April the Committee wrote to the Minister for Parliamentary Business and Veterans regarding the Committee's consideration of the Bill. Graeme Dey replied on 22 April.

Work by other Committees

On 25 September, the Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee reported on the Bill at Stage 1.

 
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