Scottish minister for business, energy and tourism Fergus Ewing will be opening the Scottish leg of the Heating & Renewables Roadshow in Edinburgh on September 22.
The Roadshow will take place at The Royal Highland Centre and will showcase the latest low carbon and heating technologies. It will include practical demonstrations and updates from experts in the heating renewables industries.
Paul Stephen, of the Heating & Renewables Roadshow, said: “We are delighted that Mr Ewing is supporting the Roadshow. At a time when the renewables industry is under increasing pressure from short-term decisions being taken in Westminster, it is great to the Scottish government taking the lead.”
In addition to opening the Edinburgh Roadshow, Mr Ewing will also be giving a keynote speech at 10am at the Sustainable Building Solutions knowledge theatre. He will be followed by a guest speaker from the Energy Saving Trust Scotland.
The Heating & Renewables Roadshow will feature over 60 leading suppliers and manufacturers exhibiting across 5 locations in the UK.