Scottish Enterprise Low Carbon Heat Industry Survey
Scottish Enterprise is carrying out a study of companies active in the low carbon heat industry in Scotland. If you are active in this area of rapidly growing interest for hydrogen you have the opportunity to take part in an online survey.
The purpose of this study is to provide Scottish Enterprise with a better understanding of the potential barriers to future growth of low carbon heat companies and what support would help increase the value of low carbon heat projects secured by companies based in Scotland both now and in the future. The study will inform the development of Scottish Enterprise support services for the low carbon heat sector.
Survey link: https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=160431957903&s=7 please respond by 25th November
The low carbon heat sector and its supply chain comprises a broad range of activities, and the scope of this survey includes low carbon fuel and energy (ie hydrogen), industrial process heating combined heat & power, fuel cell micro CHP, large boilers, heat storage, district heating, and hybrid heat pumps. As part of the study, Scottish Enterprise wish to engage with businesses involved in one or more of the listed activities, and they would be very grateful if you would consider participating in a short online survey that should take between 10-15 minutes to complete.
Participation in the survey is entirely voluntary and all responses will be held in the strictest confidence in line with the Market Research Society Code of Conduct (https://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/code-of-conduct). The survey responses will be aggregated within a report that will be published and freely available. The report will not contain any information identifying the responses of any individual participants or their businesses.
Should you have any queries about the study or require further information then please contact Neil Kitching at Scottish Enterprise: