The Power Industry and the Impact of the Scottish Referendum – early bird rates for the 22 October conference

 

The Power Industry and the Impact of The Scottish Referendum

Early-Bird rate – extended until 22 August 2014

Chaired by JEREMY PEAT OBE, Visiting Professor the University of Strathclyde International Institute for Public Policy

 

TOM GREATREX, MP,

Shadow Energy Minister to open the Conference

 

DENNIS ROBERTSON, MSP

Deputy Convenor of the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Energy & Tourism Committee to give closing remarks

 

ROBERT ARMOUR, OBE

Chair of Expert Commission on Energy Regulation confirmed as a speaker

 

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Scotland is about to vote on what is probably the most important decision in its history.

And the outcome whether for independence or not will result in significant changes to all walks of life.

Chaired by Jeremy Peat OBE, the event will be opened by Tom Greatrex MP, Shadow Energy Minister. This will be followed by two sessions, the first will have four ten minute presentations on possible regulatory and legislative changes and to follow up these, the four presenters will form an expert panel to answer questions from delegates and debate the issues raised.

A coffee break will be followed by the second session which will concentrate on the generation and grid side, again with four presenters following the same format as the first session. 

The event on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 will start with registration at 9.00am with the first session starting at 9.30am followed by coffee, the second session and then finish with lunch at around 1.00pm.  All refreshments are included in the registration fee.

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

Further details available on IPA web site here and sponsorship are opportunities still available.

DELEGATE REGISTRATION RATES
IPA Members                  £140.00#
Associate Members*     £150.00#
Non Members                 £165.00#

T o book your place email :events@ipa-scotland.org.uk   for terms & conditions see here

* Associate Members include members of supporting institutions and associations

# All rates plus 20% vat and include refreshments

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