Is Scotland’s energy future secure and balanced? Power Scotland Conference debate and conference 19 March

The welcome address will be given by Professor Sir Jim McDonald – Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde, followed by the opening address from Fergus Ewing MSP – Scottish Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism.


The Keynote Speaker is Alistair Buchanan CBE Chairman, Power & Utilities Practice, KPMG and the closing address is by Tom Greatrex MP – Shadow Energy Minister.


The conference will take place at the prestigious new Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC), University of Strathclyde, 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD (See full programme, below)


CONFERENCE Registration Details:
IPA Members – £180.00*
Associate Members* – £190.00*
Non Members – £195.00*

Register by emailing:

EXHIBITION places available on first come basis.
IPA Members £250.00** – Non Members £350.00**. Don’t miss out, limited number of spaces available.

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** Associate Members include members of supporting institutions and associations
 *All rates plus 20% vat

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