Events

ESCos: The Key to Delivering Energy in a Low Carbon Scotland? (Forum & Networking, Edinburgh)

Our September Scottish Forum will look at the role of ESCos  and how they can help deliver energy programmes, meet carbon targets and mitigate fuel poverty as a means of generating income for re-investment in communities at a time when austerity measures are being imposed. Our panel: Ken Brady, Programme Manager, District Heating, Energy Saving Trust, Ian Booth,…

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Wed
16
Sep 15

Delivering Future Cities: The Practical Steps to Getting Smart (Forum & Networking, London)

Our September Green in the City will look at the steps currently underway to make UK cities ‘smart’ with a panel including: Scott Cain, Executive Director & Chief Business Officer at Future Cities Catapult, Dan Palmer, Head of Market Development, BSI Standards, Justin Anderson, CEO Flexeye & Chair HyperCat Steering Group Within the UK there are now many initiatives in place…

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Thu
24
Sep 15

Energy Storage: Can Scotland Unlock its Potential? (Forum & Networking Event, Edin

Our October forum, moderated by Professor Win Rampen, Chair in Electricity Storage at the University of Edinburgh, and a panel including Andrew Bissell of Sunamp and Enrique Troncoso of Boeing Research & Technology, will look at issues around energy storage in Scotland including: the need for a cross-sector strategy, regulatory & licensing frameworks, where the…

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Wed
14
Oct 15

Energy From Waste: Managing the Evolution (Forum & Networking, London)

Our October Green in the City will look at the evolution of the Energy from Waste industry with a panel including Jacob Hayler, Executive Director, Environmental Services Association. The forum will look at the steps that are needed to plan for the industry’s future including: regulatory and investment frameworks; resource management; the role of innovation.

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Wed
28
Oct 15

Onshore Wind: A Sustainable Future? (Forum & Networking, Edinburgh)

Our November forum will look at issues around onshore wind in Scotlandin light of  announcements by DECC over the its intention to close the Renewables Obligation (RO) for onshore wind from April 2016 and further statements over possible cuts to subsidies for small scale installations.  

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Wed
11
Nov 15

VIBES AWARDS 2015

What are the VIBES Awards? Businesses in Scotland are taking significant steps to improve or reduce their impact on the environment, often saving money in the process. The VIBES Awards are held each year to recognise and showcase best practice. The VIBES Awards are a partnership between Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), The Scottish Government, Energy Saving Trust, Highland &…

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Thu
26
Nov 15

The Low Carbon Landscape: A Post Election Policy Review

Our November Green in the City will look at the issues facing the low carbon sector following May’s General Election with a panel including Callum McCaig, MP, Shadow SNP Westminster Group Leader (Energy and Climate Change). Topics to be debated include: the UK’s commitment to climate targets; outlook for onshore wind; investment in low carbon projects to 2020; what can the sector do…

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Thu
26
Nov 15

Cleantech Innovate London 2016

Imagine a future where carports generate electricity, food is produced on Micro Farms, cars run on whisky, heat comes from mines, blighted land can be turned into orchards and millions of people in Africa can be pulled out of the poverty cycle because of green innovation. The Cleantech Innovate programme of low carbon showcases celebrates the very…

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Thu
11
Feb 16

Cleantech Innovate Scotland 2016

Imagine a future where carports generate electricity, food is produced on Micro Farms, cars run on whisky, heat comes from mines, blighted land can be turned into orchards and millions of people in Africa can be pulled out of the poverty cycle because of green innovation. The Cleantech Innovate programme of low carbon showcases celebrates the very…

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Thu
9
Jun 16
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