Consultation Questions: Summary
1. Do you agree with the approach set out in 2.1 to regulate direct emissions heating systems in new buildings?
2. Do you envisage any unintended consequences as a result of this approach? Please provide reasons for your answer.
3. Are there any limited, specific situations where the use of bioenergy systems would be required in new buildings?
4. If 'Yes', what do you believe the criteria should be for introducing such an exemption? Please provide evidence to support your answer.
5. Do you agree with the proposed approach to conversions as set out in section 2.3?
6. Do you envisage any unintended consequences as a result of this? Please provide reasons for your answer.
7. What criteria would you use to define the replacement of a direct emissions heating (DEH) system as being 'reasonably practicable'?
8. What criteria would you use to define it as being 'not reasonably practicable'?
9. How might these proposals impact upon people with one or more of the protected characteristics listed in the Equality Act 2010 (for example: a positive, negative or neutral impact)?
10. How might these proposals help the Scottish Government ensure due regard of the three needs of the public sector equality duty(PSED)?
11. Do you anticipate any form of heating within a non-domestic building which will require DEH after 2024? Please provide details of the factors – whether technical, economic or social – which would require DEH after 2024?
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