Harper McLeod confirms that Jeremy Sainsbury OBE will chair the SHREC conference

Jeremy Sainsbury OBE
Jeremy Sainsbury OBE

Leading law firm Harper McLeod has confirmed that Natural Power’s Director, Jeremy Sainsbury OBE will chair the firm’s 5th annual Scottish Highland Renewable Energy Conference (SHREC) scheduled to take place on Thursday 24 April 2014, in Inverness.

The event will focus on the full lifecycle processes for renewable energy projects in the Highlands and Islands – from development decision making, financing, along with planning consent and grid connection challenges.

Jeremy works closely with The Scottish Government on policy for the renewable sector and specialises in planning and grid matters. 

Jeremy regularly works with Scottish Ministers on industry working groups including the EMR Institutional Framework Expert Working Group.  Having been on the Board for Association of Electricity Producers (now Energy UK) for six years, Jeremy is now the Chair of the Scottish Group.

Commenting on the announcement, Jeremy commented:

“I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to chair this event, focussing in a region where Natural Power has extensive hands-on knowledge and experience.  The conference looks set to explore challenges to developers in this sector, and I look forward to hearing experiences from a variety of experts on the day.”

For more information about the Conference, visit their website at Harper McLeod.

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