Delivering a better balance for the UK energy economy
The Combined Heat and Power Association is delighted to announce that their 2011 Conference will take place on Tuesday 22nd November at One Great George Street, London, followed by the Awards Dinner hosted at the Royal Courts of Justice.
The CHPA Annual Conference and Awards are the leading events for the CHP, district heating, energy services and community energy sectors in the UK.
The event is truly unique in bringing together complimentary perspectives covering policy, the market, finance, regulation and the consumer perspective. This year, our core theme will be the balance between economic growth and the reshaping of our energy system, and the role that our industry can play in shaping a lower carbon future.
Conference ticket prices start from just £95 for local authorities, with discounted rates also available for charities, SMEs and academics.
Visit www.integrated-energy.co.uk now to book your place.
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