Consultation Response: The Low Carbon Infrastructure Programme – Support Development of Future Programme

ICE Scotland has responded to the consultation on actions to modify and enhance the range of support mechanisms currently provided by Scottish Government through the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme for development and delivery of large-scale low and zero carbon heat in buildings projects.

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is the independent voice on infrastructure and the leading source of expertise in infrastructure and engineering policy.

ICE is a global body with 95,000 members. ICE Scotland represents around 9,000 members, who are drawn from across the public, private and academic sectors. Our members design, build and maintain Scotland’s critical transport, water, flooding, energy and waste infrastructure as well as educating the next generation of engineers. However, we are not a trade body.

Our Royal Charter requires that we act in the public interest and the following comments have been developed in this way.

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