The STEP UP (Strategies Towards Energy Performance and Urban Planning) project is consulting organisations in the city about a new energy plan for Glasgow. STEP UP is a European energy and sustainable city planning project between Ghent, Glasgow, Gothenburg and Riga. The aim is to help cities improve their Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAP's).
In Glasgow, the SEAP (building on the Sustainable Glasgow Report, published in 2010) set a target to reduce its carbon emissions by 30% by 2020, highlighting actions that could be taken on energy use in buildings and transport and promoting the production of renewable energy. Currently an enhanced SEAP is being developed by STEP UP and will be known as the Energy and Carbon Master Plan for Glasgow.
The purpose of this survey is to consult organisations about their energy use and involvement in the development of a new Energy and Carbon Master Plan for Glasgow. If you are a member of an organisation interested in energy and climate change as an issue, please take part in the survey by clicking the link below.
Source: Glasgow City Council