Scottish Renewables' Annual Conference 2020: Future Energy
Scottish Renewables Annual Conference is the only place where all the players who will make net zero happen in Scotland convene.
In a year with so much to consider in terms of both our climate emergency response and the recovery from coronavirus, this event provides the perfect forum to bring together our collective knowledge and expertise to ensure that we have a credible and secure plan in place for the energy transition we need to make.
Our energy system is the cornerstone of our future economic opportunities, our future places to live and work and a healthier future for everyone
The conference is fully virtual for 2020, but we’re committed to delivering the same rich experience that delegates have come to expect. Delegates can connect instantly in groups or 1-2-1, participate in live Q&A sessions, explore the exhibition and engage in live polling.
The scale of the global climate challenge is immense but we have the technologies, the resources and the skills here in Scotland to meet this challenge. We are world-leading developers of renewable energy projects across wind, hydro, wave and tidal resources, as well as the many new energy technologies, like battery storage and hydrogen, that we will use to create our future energy system.
Scottish Renewables’ Annual Conference provides a platform to hear from the experts across our energy system – in power, transport and heat – as well as a place to discuss the issues which matter with the people making it happen, and those who can support you and your business.
We will look at the global opportunity, the clean energy opportunity and the economic opportunity we have here in Scotland to lead the world in renewable energy and the energy transition.
Who should attend?
Scottish Renewables’ Annual Conference 2020 is a must-attend for all those involved in Scotland’s renewable energy industry. The event attracts investors and financiers, senior policy makers, technology and project developers, regulators, advisers, supply chain companies and many more from across the UK and beyond.