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Draft Heat Generation Policy
Statement and the Scotland
Heat Map
Suzie Le Miere & Hugh Muschamp
Heat, Energy Efficiency ...
Scottish Government policy context
Climate Change Act (Scotland) 2009
• at least 42% carbon emissions reductions by 2020 a...
Draft Heat Generation Policy
Statement
• Published on 4 March
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/
2014/03/2778
• Parl...
Heat accounts for over half the
energy demand in Scotland
Total Final
Energy
Consumption
in Scotland
55%
24%
21%
Heat* Tra...
Draft HGPS looking to 2050
• Identifies four key challenges:
– Largely decarbonising our heat system by
2050 with signific...
Draft HGPS: Heat hierarchy
Low
carbon and
renewable
Supply heat
efficiently and at
least cost to
consumers
Reduce the need...
Including...
• Energy Efficiency Standard for Socal Housing
(introduced Spring 2014)
• Potential savings for tenants of £1...
• A target of 40,000 homes to benefit from affordable low
carbon heat from district heating, part of an overall target
of ...
District Heating Action
• Scottish Government
– Consultation on new targets for district heating
(http://www.scotland.gov....
Renewable heat in the draft
HGPS
• Launch of the domestic RHI and
expansion of the non-domestic RHI in
Spring 2014
• Conti...
“Cities will be exemplars
of low carbon living and a
focus for essential energy
infrastructure”
“New development
should be...
A Low Carbon Place - Delivering Heat & Electricity
Planning must facilitate the transition
to a low carbon economy
contrib...
Heat Network Partnership
• Resource Efficient Scotland
– Secretariat for Heat Network Partnership
– Ignis Wick – heat reco...
Heat Network Partnership
• Scottish Futures Trust
– Business case for Dunfermline District Heating Extension – Fife Counci...
Workshops & events on
www.districtheatingscotland.com
Scotland heat map
We all need heat
•To heat and cool buildings
• Hot water and cooking
• As heat and cooling for industry
Heat - who is interested?
• Economic Development
– Built Environment
• Low carbon and renewable heat
• Heat as a financial...
Heat - who is interested?
• Planning
• Housing & fuel poverty
• Estate and energy management
• Climate change and
sustaina...
Heat information
What information would we like to know?
• How much heat or cooling is needed
(demand)?
• How much heat or...
Options: a Heat network or
individual solution?
Heat map uses
• National Policy, models and statistical
tools
• Strategic and local planning
• Site identification / oppor...
• Launch full map April 2014
• Every Scottish council offered the datasets
• Web version – Scotland heat map
interactive J...
Heat
demand
kWh
Low
High
Local Development Plan
Business
Other
Residential
Scotland heat map
• Demand
• Supply
Solar
Land
Water
Combustion
CHP/Tri
Cooling
Higher density
heat demand
Land allocated for housing
in Local Development Plan
Scottish Water
WWTW
Heat map points and la...
Heat demand and supply
Inverness
Local Development Plan
Inverness
Social housing
Inverness
Business opportunity?
Oban
District heat
District heat
Common
wealth
village
District
heat
Heat pump
Energy supply
Hydro
Geothermal
heat
Abandoned mine workings’
hot sedimentary aquifers
hot dry rocks
Scotland heat map interactive
• Web map
• Desktop & mobile
• Print functions
• Download heat
demand 50m grid
Scotland heat map
• Developed in partnership with over 100
organisations providing data
• Many datasets shared for the fir...
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Heat Network Partnership
www.districtheatingscotland.com
Scotland heat map
www.scotland.gov.uk/heatmap
heatmap@scotland...
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Heat map - presentation - 2020 group - 30 june 2014 final

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Heat map - presentation - 2020 group - 30 june 2014 final

  1. 1. 1 Draft Heat Generation Policy Statement and the Scotland Heat Map Suzie Le Miere & Hugh Muschamp Heat, Energy Efficiency and Low Carbon Investment Scottish Government 2020 Innovation & Built Environment Sub Group 30 June 2014
  2. 2. Scottish Government policy context Climate Change Act (Scotland) 2009 • at least 42% carbon emissions reductions by 2020 and 80% reductions by 2050, compared to 1990 Energy Efficiency • To reduce total final energy consumption in Scotland by 2020 by 12% (2005-7 baseline) Renewable Energy • 100% of Scotland’s electricity demand and 11% of heat demand from renewables by 2020. • at least 100,000 homes to have adopted some form of individual or community renewable heat technology Fuel Poverty • aim to ensure that by November 2016, so far as is reasonably practicable, people are not living in fuel poverty in Scotland
  3. 3. Draft Heat Generation Policy Statement • Published on 4 March http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/ 2014/03/2778 • Parliamentary Debate on 6 March “Maximising the Opportunities for Scotland from District Heating a Decarbonising the Heat system; www.scottish.parliament.uk • Closed 9 June 2014
  4. 4. Heat accounts for over half the energy demand in Scotland Total Final Energy Consumption in Scotland 55% 24% 21% Heat* Transport Electricity * Non-electrical heat demand
  5. 5. Draft HGPS looking to 2050 • Identifies four key challenges: – Largely decarbonising our heat system by 2050 with significant progress by 2030; – Increasing heat security and reducing reliance on fossil fuels – Reducing the pressure on household energy bills, in particular for fuel poor – Seizing the economic opportunities that are presented from the transition to achieve the above.
  6. 6. Draft HGPS: Heat hierarchy Low carbon and renewable Supply heat efficiently and at least cost to consumers Reduce the need for heat
  7. 7. Including... • Energy Efficiency Standard for Socal Housing (introduced Spring 2014) • Potential savings for tenants of £130m per annum • Building regulations – new standards from 2015 reducing emissions: – By 21% in new homes – By 43% in new non-domestic buildings • Regulations for the energy performance of existing non-domestic buildings; • Resource Efficient Scotland programme for organisations Reducing the need for heat
  8. 8. • A target of 40,000 homes to benefit from affordable low carbon heat from district heating, part of an overall target of 1.5 TWh of heat to be delivered by district heating by 2020, to both domestic and non-domestic properties. • Increasing funding for the District Heating Loan Fund by over £4 million, making £8 million available over the two years 2014 to 2016. • A Scotland heat map • District Heating Action Plan and • the Heat Network Partnership for Scotland District heating in the Draft HGPS
  9. 9. District Heating Action • Scottish Government – Consultation on new targets for district heating (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2014/03/2778) – Article 14 of the Energy Efficiency Directive on Promotion of efficiency in heating and cooling (http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2014/01/4430) – SEPA will investigate potential for additional data to be requested through PPC and the SPRI – Article 9, 10 and 11 of the Energy Efficiency Directive of Heat Metering and Billing (https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/implementing- the-energy-efficiency-directive-metering-and-billing-of-heating-and-cooling) – Input to Independent Heat Customer Protection Scheme Steering Committee (http://www.heatcustomerprotection.co.uk)
  10. 10. Renewable heat in the draft HGPS • Launch of the domestic RHI and expansion of the non-domestic RHI in Spring 2014 • Continuation of in-home advice • April 2014: Announced Extension of the Home Renewable Loans with £4m boost • Resource Efficient Scotland SME loans continue
  11. 11. “Cities will be exemplars of low carbon living and a focus for essential energy infrastructure” “New development should be future-proofed to ensure that connections to existing or planned heat networks are taken forward as soon as they are viable.” National planning Framework 3
  12. 12. A Low Carbon Place - Delivering Heat & Electricity Planning must facilitate the transition to a low carbon economy contributing to delivering by 2020 Scottish Planning Policy • Local Development Plans should: o Use heat mapping to identify opportunities o Give policy support for developing of heat networks o Identify where heat networks would be appropriate o seek to ensure an area's full potential for electricity and heat from renewable sources is achieved http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2014/06/5823
  13. 13. Heat Network Partnership • Resource Efficient Scotland – Secretariat for Heat Network Partnership – Ignis Wick – heat recovery feasibility – Owens Illinois, Alloa – technology options appraisal for heat recovery – Edinburgh Bioquarter (Scottish Enterprise, NHS Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council) – technical business case • Energy Saving Trust – District Heating Loan Fund and Warm Homes Fund – Renewable heat and district heating database – Home Renewables Loans Scheme
  14. 14. Heat Network Partnership • Scottish Futures Trust – Business case for Dunfermline District Heating Extension – Fife Council – Guidance on legal powers of Scottish public bodies to generate / procure heat and electricity supplies, and to supply heat and electricity to third parties – Guidance on public sector business models for district heating – Guidance on application of VAT to district heating projects • Scottish Enterprise – Glasgow North and City Centre District Heating Study – STRATEGO – SDI / Scottish Enterprise District Heating Missions • Work with Scottish Green Investment Portfolio team to identify infrastructure investment opportunities for district heating
  15. 15. Workshops & events on www.districtheatingscotland.com
  16. 16. Scotland heat map We all need heat •To heat and cool buildings • Hot water and cooking • As heat and cooling for industry
  17. 17. Heat - who is interested? • Economic Development – Built Environment • Low carbon and renewable heat • Heat as a financial opportunity • Manufacture, construction and maintenance – Innovation • Heat network development • Identifying opportunity for new technology
  18. 18. Heat - who is interested? • Planning • Housing & fuel poverty • Estate and energy management • Climate change and sustainability • GIS and data management
  19. 19. Heat information What information would we like to know? • How much heat or cooling is needed (demand)? • How much heat or cooling can be provided (supply)? • Are there any opportunities or constraints? Energy Storage Unused excess heat Renewable energy
  20. 20. Options: a Heat network or individual solution?
  21. 21. Heat map uses • National Policy, models and statistical tools • Strategic and local planning • Site identification / opportunity • Detailed feasibility / network expansion, funding • Management / fault location / metering / billing
  22. 22. • Launch full map April 2014 • Every Scottish council offered the datasets • Web version – Scotland heat map interactive June 2014 www.scotland.gov.uk/heatmap Scotland heat map
  23. 23. Heat demand kWh Low High
  24. 24. Local Development Plan Business Other Residential
  25. 25. Scotland heat map • Demand • Supply Solar Land Water Combustion CHP/Tri Cooling
  26. 26. Higher density heat demand Land allocated for housing in Local Development Plan Scottish Water WWTW Heat map points and layers
  27. 27. Heat demand and supply Inverness
  28. 28. Local Development Plan Inverness
  29. 29. Social housing Inverness Business opportunity?
  30. 30. Oban District heat
  31. 31. District heat Common wealth village
  32. 32. District heat
  33. 33. Heat pump Energy supply Hydro
  34. 34. Geothermal heat Abandoned mine workings’ hot sedimentary aquifers hot dry rocks
  35. 35. Scotland heat map interactive • Web map • Desktop & mobile • Print functions • Download heat demand 50m grid
  36. 36. Scotland heat map • Developed in partnership with over 100 organisations providing data • Many datasets shared for the first time • An amazing public resource of data • New simplified data upload tools
  37. 37. 37 Heat Network Partnership www.districtheatingscotland.com Scotland heat map www.scotland.gov.uk/heatmap heatmap@scotland.gov.uk suzanne.lemiere@scotland.gsi.gov.uk hugh.muschamp@scotland.gsi.gov.uk Heat links

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