RenewableUK 2015 Conference & Exhibition
RenewableUK Conference & Exhibition 2015, from 6 to 8 October at ACC Liverpool, is the UK's premier renewable energy event.
This flagship event covers onshore and offshore wind, wave and tidal energy plus small and medium wind systems.
RenewableUK 2015 will be attended by over 3,500 delegates, 200 exhibitors and 150 expert speakers.
The conference and exhibition offers an energetic programme, unrivalled networking opportunities, gala dinner and career opportunities.
Three days of conference sessions, extensive exhibition and side events address policy and technical developments in the industry. Day 3 will be a free-to-attend day for all delegates with sessions designed for graduates, apprenticeship candidates and students.
Liverpool ACC is an award-winning conference and exhibition venue on the banks of the River Mersey, at the heart of the city's iconic waterfront.
The Small and Medium Wind Exhibition Area is aimed at companies whose primary business is small and medium wind turbine and turbine component manufacturing, installation and O&M. Other service providers and advisory firms that specialise in small and / or medium wind can also apply.
Offshore Projects Under Construction: Status Update and Lessons Learnt
This session covers four UK projects currently under construction. Delegates will hear the latest updates from these projects, and discussion around lessons learnt so far.
Developing Offshore in the UK: Denmark, The Netherlands, France and Belgium
A number of exciting approaches to consenting and funding offshore wind have emerged across the EU in recent years. Learn from government and trade officials about how offshore wind sites are awarded and funded in these countries and have a chance to ask questions about the pros and cons of each model.
RIB & HSC are proud to be media partner with RenewableUK 2015
Post Round 3: Taking Leasing Forward
Be among the first to hear about business development opportunities from major players as identified in the offshore wind industrial strategy partnership between Government and industry. This session will offer attendees a unique opportunity to get a first-hand insight into offshore wind project development plans and a guide to the procurement time scales and processes.
This session is a chance to explore worldwide market opportunities for the small and medium wind industry, by hearing from countries with expanding interest in distributed generation.
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