IPA welcome new directors at AGM as it prepares for Power Scotland Conference 2014

Industrial and Power AssociationThe Industrial and Power Association recently held its final event and AGM of 2013 at the offices of Pinsent Masons in Glasgow.

Over a busy and successful year under new Chief Executive Hector Grant and Chairman Colin McNaught, IPA organised 16 varied and well attended energy events. The highlight was the Power Scotland Conference in March, and preparations are well under way for the Power Scotland Conference 2014 on March 25.

The AGM also gave IPA the opportunity to thank retiring directors, John Cherrie (Mott MacDonald), Bert Dunwoody (Howden), Bob Holmes (NEL) Fraser McMillan (Pinsent Masons) and Alan Mortimer (Sgurr) for their hard work over the past few years.

Members were also able to welcome new directors, Brian Galloway (Scottish Power), Nick Carlin (Pinsent Masons), Grant Spence (Mott MacDonald) and Simon Peltenburg (RES).

Hector Grant said: “We are looking forward to an exciting year and will continue to keep members abreast of industry news, legislation and regulation changes through our ENERGYstore database, news feed, and popular power industry events across Scotland”.

The Industrial & Power Association (IPA) is the Scottish based group that supports industry in the power supply chain.  The IPA membership is a broad one, it includes generation and network owners and operators, international manufacturing groups, mechanical, electrical and civil consultancies, construction companies, energy specialists, academia and legal advisers.

The interests of IPA members are extensive and span the entire range of existing and emerging technologies and services for the generation and transmission of energy from renewable, thermal and nuclear forms of energy.

For more information:

Industrial and Power Association Ltd

Brunel Building

James Watt Avenue

Scottish Enterprise Technology Park

East Kilbride

G75 0QD

Tel 01355 272630








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