Introduction: Can Scotland be 100% Renewable by 2030? | Susan Roaf
Professor Susan Roaf
Professor of Architectural Engineering at Heriot Watt University,
Can Scotland be 100% Renewable by 2030?
INITIATIVE FOR CARBON ACCOUNTING
Purpose: ICARB provides a space for technical experts, academics,
policy and decision makers, businesses and practitioners alike to
Discuss and agree and ways forward in the development of Relevant,
Complete, Consistent, Transparent and Accurate accounting tools.
To share technical challenges and solutions.
To be part of a capacity building process across Scottish sectors and
stakeholders in this emerging field.
The Generous Sponsors
of the Scotland 2030 Energy
Backcasting on the
March and the 17th
Energy Technology Partnership
The ETP is:
• The largest power and energy research partnership in Europe
• An alliance of 12 independent Scottish Universities
• Engaged in world class related energy RD&D
The Climate Ex Change is:
Scotland's centre of expertise on climate change who provide:
•An analysis service
to Scottish Government policy teams and public agencies
Scotland’s Predicted Population Growth: Nick Purhouse
Programme Scottish 2030 Backcasting 12th
09.00 Arrival and Registration
09.30 Event Opening & Purpose, Susan Roaf of ICARB and Donald Booth of the Energy
Technology Partnership, the event sponsors.
09.40 Presentation of the Swedish Future Energy Scenarios by Per Lundqvist (see
10.00 Getting Demand and Supply partnerships right: Electric Cars in Norway by
10.15 Brief introduction to Backcasting and the program by Jaco Quist (see below)
10.30 Draft ideas for RE futures Scotland outlining the 3 possible 2030 Visions –
starting with the major confounding factor – climate change brief introduction by Alex
Hill then outline presentations on each of the three possible futures By Iain Staffell (UK
Centric), Stewart Hazeldine (Scotland Alone) and Andrew Peacock (Local Autarky)
11.00 COFFEE BREAK for informal networking
11.30 Subgroup elaborations of presentations on 3 Visions for Scotland
13.00 LUNCH BREAK
14.00 Scenario elaboration in three groups
15.30 TEA BREAK
16.00 Plenary Vision Reporting back to the whole group & Discussions
17.00 RECEPTION and informal Networking and Discussions
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