UK Shadow Energy Minister confirmed as speaker at Power Scotland Conference

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The Power Scotland Conference on 25 March in Glasgow is an opportunity for you to hear excellent speakers covering some of the power industry areas that IPA promotes on behalf of its members. This year, it is being held on the theme of The Changing Power Market.

The conference will focus on the following four key themes – with key speakers as detailed below in the full programme for the Power Scotland Conference:  

Market Fundamentals

– Energy Infrastructure

– Carbon Capture and Storage

– Technology Update

The final speaker for the conference – organised by the Industrial and Power Association (IPA) – has now been confirmed as Tom Greatrex, MP, the Shadow UK Energy Minister (below), who will speak at 1.45pm on March 25 before travelling to London for the UK Budget debate in the House of Commons.

Tom Greatrex, MP


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IPA conference programme 25 March 2014


IPA Members                  £165.00#
Associate Members*     £180.00#
Non Members                 £195.00#

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* Associate Members include members of supporting institutions and associations
# All rates plus 20% vat and include refreshments

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