Book now for POWER SCOTLAND CONFERENCE: Keynote speaker Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing

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The energy sector never seems to be out of the headlines and it has an impact on us all, whether through working in the industry or as consumers.

The IPA’s flagship Power Scotland Conference on 19 March 2015 will focus on the security of supply challenges and the potential solutions.

 The conference will take place in the prestigious new Technology & Innovation Centre at Strathclyde University, 99 George Street, Glasgow.

The opening address will be given by Fergus Ewing, MSP Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism and will be followed by presentations from leading experts in networks, renewables, regulation, retail and B2B markets and large power generation fields.


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If you would like to contribute to the debate, then consider how your organisation could submit an abstract and send your contribution by 31/1/2015 to:

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  • IPA Members Conference £150.00 #
  • Associate Members* Conference £160.00 #
  • Non Members Conference £165.00 #

Book your delegate space at the Early-bird rate: email

EXHIBITION places are available on first-come basis.

  • IPA Members £250.00 #
  • Non Members £350.00 #.

 Don’t miss out, limited number of spaces available. Email your booking to: 

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* Associate Members include members of supporting institutions and associations:    # All rates plus 20% vat are valid until 31/1/2015

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