Leading on the development of our Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategy - Glasgow City Council
Frankie Barrett is a City Energy policy officer with Glasgow City Council, with a remit that includes energy efficiency, local renewables, resource efficiency and low carbon heating. Frankie is the lead officer for the development and delivery of the Glasgow Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategy, part of a Scottish Government pilot to help local authorities develop coordinated approaches to the planning and delivery of energy efficiency and heat decarbonisation. This includes the development of low carbon heating projects, generation of renewables and the delivery of energy efficiency schemes.
Frankie has a MSc in sustainable development from the University of Strathclyde. He has a particular interest in climate resilience, having been responsible for the development of the Resilient Glasgow initiative, fully funded by the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient City programme as well as the delivery of the Sustainable Glasgow partnership.