8th annual Environmental and Clean Technology Conference in Glasgow

Professor Scott MacGregor

Whether you’re a SME in the environmental sector or a business in need of environmental solutions, the 8th Annual ECT Conference brings together the cream of Scottish innovators and facilitators, creating market, collaboration and investment opportunities.

The theme of this year’s conference is eco-innovation. SETN has long-supported businesses in the ECT sector in developing green technologies, in alignment with the Government’s Low Carbon Economic Strategy. There is a look at those putting Scotland on the green map and highlight funding and investment opportunities to take your business to the next level.

The organisers have obviously listened to their feedback; as well as bringing another great selection of speakers and informative topics, they have provided more time for you to peruse the exhibition and network with other delegates.

Speakers this year include Fergus Ewing, Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism, Professor Scott MacGregor MSc, CSi, MIB, CBiol, FRSC, CChem and Dean of Engineering, University of Strathclyde, John McAuslin Director (Tax), Johnston Carmichael Ltd, 

The full programme has been announced; presentation overviews and exhibitors will be announced in the coming weeks. Check the SETN website regularly for details, or why not join our mailing list to be kept in the loop.

•It is free to exhibit and attend the conference and is on 26th June in the Radisson BLU Hotel, 301 Argyle St, Glasgow.



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