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The Scottish Renewables Annual Conference & Exhibition 2013

The major industry event focused on the development of renewable energy in Scotland - five conferences under one roof

By BusinessGreen staff

21 Jan 2013

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The Scottish Renewables' Annual Conference is the major industry event focused on the development of renewable energy in Scotland. This year's event, running from March 18 to 19, will introduce our new format:

Day 1 featuring a series of presentations and discussions on the Big Issues for the industry by business leaders, government and academia.

Day 2 introducing four conferences under one roof: the four pillars of Electricity Market Reform, Grid, Planning and Skills.

Exhibition & Showcase

With some 600+ participants across two days, the event will offer various networking and meeting opportunities including our exhibition area with 60+ businesses and organisations, our quick-fire showcase sessions, drinks reception and delegate meeting technology and facilities.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will again feature the award of the Saltire Prize Medal by a Scottish Government Minister, and will present an unparalleled opportunity to network with the key people and organisations that are driving forward Scotland's internationally-recognised renewable energy industry.

 

 

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