Strathclyde university chief Professor Sir Jim to tackle Energy Challenges and Opportunities at Industrial and Power Association Xmas event

 

Prof Sir Jim McDonald
Prof Sir Jim McDonald

Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Strathclyde University, is guest speaker at next week’s annual meeting of Scotland’s Industrial and Power Association (IPA).

The meeting – and festive event – is due to be held on Wednesday 17 December in Glasgow from 5pm-7pm. From wind farms to nuclear power stations, IPA members meet across Scotland.

Professor Sir Jim’s keynote theme will be Energy Challenges and Opportunities for Scotland.

Meanwhile, the following new corporate members have joined the Industrial and Power Association: –

Limpet Technology combines innovative new approaches to height safety with world-class industrial design and engineering capabilities.

Retronix Oil and Gas sources/provides and assists in appropriate industry training allow them to deliver an outstanding service to both candidates and clients. Their track record of training technical personnel to meet and exceed client expectations is first class.

Siemens plc – throughout the entire energy system Siemens has innovative products, solutions, and services, unparalleled know-how, and global energy market expertise.

 To book your place: http://goo.gl/ykQrHc

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