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Renewable energy in the public sector conference

From August 2010, local authorities are allowed to sell energy they produce back to the national grid, providing an additional source of revenue, ensuring energy security and reducing vulnerability to inevitable increases in energy prices.
As well well as this, the new coalition government intends to implement a full programme of measures to fulfil ambitions for a low carbon and eco-friendly economy. This is something that the public sector must lead the way on.

Renewable Energy in the Public Sector Conference 2010 presents an ideal opportunity for delegates from across both the public and private sectors to learn how to achieve targets, save, and even make money with renewables.

Speakers include:

  • Sara Parkin (chairman), founding director of Forum for the Future

  • Stephen Cirell, programme director for Green Cornwall

  • Gaynor Hartnell, chief executive, Renewable Energy Association

  • Rachel Solomon Williams, deputy head, Land-based Renewables, Office for Renewable Energy Deployment, DECC

  • Duncan Botting, executive chairman and interim chief executive, Scottish European Green Energy Centre

  • Malcolm Chilton, UK managing director, Covanta Energy

  • Cllr Andrew Cooper, Kirklees Council, Working towards a greener Kirklees

  • Will Dawson, senior sustainability advisor, Forum for the Future

  • Stephen Ainger, chief executive, Partnerships for Renewables

  • Cllr Gary Porter, chairman, LGA Environment Board

  • Full details of the programme can be found at

    Tickets are limited to 250 and are awarded on a first come, first served basis. This event is CPD certified.

    Renewable energy in the public sector conference takes place at The Barbican, London on October 26 2010.

    Prices are £895 for attendees from the private sector and £295 for those from the public sector. has negotiated a discount on those prices of £595 for private sector attendees and £195 for those in the public sector. Mention the website for your discount.

    For further details: Please contact Mark Almond at or on 0161 832 7387
    13 August 2010


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