Join galaxy of star speakers at SCOTLAND’S RENEWABLE FUTURE forum

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Jeremy Peat, OBEA veritable galaxy of star renewable energy speakers are taking part at SCOTLAND’S RENEWABLE FUTURES, which will be chaired by Jeremy Peat, OBE (pictured below left) former Chief Economist at the Royal Bank.

In addition to the experts from the Scottish renewable industry, Ross Thomson – a newly-elected Member of the Scottish Parliament (Tory, North East Scotland, below) will be taking part in Scotland’s Renewable Question Time panel debate.Ross Thomson, MSP Tory, North East

Feel the quality of the speaker programme for SCOTLAND’S RENEWABLE FUTURE conference at Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Capture on 26 May 2016 (just up Holyrood Road from.. Holyrood/ Scottish Parliament) at: http://www.scotlandsrenewablefuture.co.uk/

What you SAY and what you HEAR at SCOTLAND’S RENEWABLE FUTURE will also be heard loud and clear by Scotland’s Holyrood MPs (as well as our Westminster MPs), etc – in the day and daily reports published Scottish Energy News.

No other energy conference in Scotland can provide this detailed, targeted and daily delivery of market- sensitive, industry-developments to opinion-formers in Holyrood, Westminster, Brussels – and internationally;

See also: 12 May 2016: –

Online readership hits record high of 16,000 unique web visitors at Scottish Energy News

http://www.scottishenergynews.com/online-readership-hits-record-high-of-16000-unique-web-visitors-at-scottish-energy-news/

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