Power Scotland Conference 2014: The Changing Market

Industrial and Power Association Power Scotland Conference 2014

The Industrial and Power Association (IPA) is holding its seventh annual flagship Power Scotland Conference in Glasgow on 25 March 2014 – in association with National Grid.

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This is one of ‘the’ must-attend events in the Scottish energy sector calendar and a number of leading industry figures have been confirmed as keynote speakers by Hector Grant, Chief Executive, IPA.

The Power Scotland Conference is an opportunity to engage in the debate and see how your organisation can grasp opportunities.

 

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This all-day event is being held at the landmark IET Building, St. Enoch Square, Glasgow.

Conference Theme: The Changing Power Market

Energy is currently headlining in the news and across the media, whether it is renewables, unconventional gas, oil, coal or nuclear not a day goes by without reference to the power industry.

The IPA’a flagship Power Scotland Conference will review the impact of this daily debate and endeavour to clearly explain the realities of our future power supply.

The IPA’s seventh Power Scotland Conference is being held on 25 March 2014 at IET, 14 St Enoch Square, Glasgow, G1 4DB from 9:00am to 5.00pm

The conference will clarify the facts and fundamentals of the power market with presentations from leading experts in the regulation, retail and B2B markets, networks, renewables, unconventional gas and large power generation fields. Some of the topics for consideration are:

  • Supply Security
  • Grid Development
  • Consumer impression
  • Public opinion
  • Business opportunities
  • Innovation
  • Base load
  • Extended conventional generation
  • Waste energy
  • District heating
  • Storage
  • Finance
  • EMR
  • Carbon reduction
  • Energy efficiency
  • Wind – Offshore & / or Onshore
  • Energy management
  • Low carbon initiatives
  • Hydrogen & fuel cells

 

PRE-PROGRAMME EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION OPPORTUNITIES

To book a place email events@ipa-scotland.org.uk

 

Craig McMaster, Regional Director (Europe-Africa) for Dams and Hydropower, MWHGlobal:

 

“Membership of the IPA has brought many benefits to MWH in the power and energy sector.  Market awareness, networking, relationships, learning, knowledge sharing and promotional/sponsorship opportunities within a growing sector in the UK have added real value to our business in the UK. 

“I firmly believe our IPA memberships to be beneficial and value for money.”

 

Registration Details:

IPA Members

Conference £140.00

Associate Members

Conference £150.00

Non Members

Conference £165.00

* Associate Members include members of supporting institutions and associations

 

EXHIBITION places available on first come basis.

IPA Members £250.00 – Non Members £350.00.

Don’t miss out, limited number of spaces available.

Email your stand application to: events@ipa-scotland.org.uk

 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For Sponsorship and Exhibition information please contact Hector Grant, Chief Executive ,by emailing hector.grant@ipa-scotland.org or telephoning +44 (0)1355 272630

If you are eager to contribute to the debate then consider how your organisation could submit an abstract and then send your contribution by 31/1/2014 to events@ipa-scotland.org.uk

 

Need to discuss your thoughts before sending your submission?

Contact Hector Grant: 

Tel 01355 272630 

hector.grant@ipa-scotland.org.uk

 

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