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Renewable Energy Events October 2015

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Why is it important to attend industry events?  
Because it is imperative to extend experience and knowledge, and events provide the perfect opportunity to attend courses with industry colleagues.  Keeping up-to-date with the latest trends and market demands is how individuals and companies stay ahead of their game.
Hearing what conference speakers have done to make their business successful is in itself motivation.

The UK's Premier Renewable Energy Event 6th - 8th October Liverpool, 3,500 delegates
Event covering onshore and offshore wind and small & medium wind systems. Renewable UK's 37th annual conference and exhibition, held at the ACC Liverpool from 6 - 8 October 2015, will be attended by over 3,500 delegates, 100+ exhibitors and 100 expert speakers.

The expansive exhibition will showcase 100+ high quality exhibitors including manufacturers, developers, service suppliers, consultancies, government agencies and more. It is a perfect opportunity to learn about and do business with the on and offshore wind industry. Day 3 - will be a free-to-attend day for all delegates with sessions designed for graduates, apprenticeship candidates and students.

Ocean Energy Europe - Conference Dublin 20th & 21st October
One of the most important conference’s of the year for the renewable energy industry. 
The European Commissioner for the Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella and four ministers from key countries have confirmed their attendance. This is a unique opportunity to see the latest developments in Europe.

Fourth Annual Conference: Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales 2015 - 21st October 2015 Mercure Holland House Hotel and Spa, Cardiff
A master class on how to successfully gain planning consent for new projects following changes to planning policy and processes. Provides an excellent opportunity to hear case studies and advice from Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.

Power Network Course - Birmingham IET, 28th - 29th October 2015
This course is aimed at anyone working in the industry (specifically Electrical engineer, Design engineer, Systems engineer, Technical manager, Project manager and Operations manager).

 


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