Glasgow University joins the Scottish Energy Association on eve of Power Scotland Conference

SEA logo smallThe Scottish Energy Association has welcomed the University of Glasgow as its latest new member. Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world and today, is in the top 1% of the world’s universities.

Over the years, the University of Glasgow has strived to push the boundaries of what’s possible, fostering the talents of seven Nobel laureates, one Prime Minister and Scotland’s inaugural First Minister.

Simon Earp, Head of Knowledge Exchange, said: “Becoming a member of the Scottish Energy Association was an obvious step for us to further the reach and impact of the energy research undertaken at Glasgow and we look forward to working with the Association and its members to further strengthen the Scottish Energy sector”

Meanwhile, the Scottish Energy Association’s flagship Power Scotland Conference on 10 March 2016 will review the impact of Amber Rudd’s ‘re-set’ debate and endeavour to clearly explain the realities of our future power supply

Power Scotland Conference speakers include a host of energy industry experts, Sarah Boyack MSP, Murdo Fraser MSP, Lord Rupert Redesdale and Chick Brodie MSP to name a fewSee here to view the program.

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The day will finish off with the five main Scottish political parties presenting their energy manifestos for the Holyrood election on 5/5/2016 which will be followed by a Q & A.

National Grid and Doosan Babcock have been confirmed as this year’s sponsors.
Some exhibition tables and sponsorship opportunities are still available.

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