Cost competitive wind is Scotland's renewable future

Neil Douglas speaks at the Scotand's Renewable Future conference tomorrow in Edinburgh.

Natural Power's Director of Levelised Cost of Energy, Neil Douglas, is set to speak at the forthcoming Scotland's Renewable Future conference at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation on Thursday 26th May 2016.


Just weeks after the 2016 Scottish Parliament election, Scottish Energy News hosts this one day event for key industry players to explore and discuss the future of Scotland's renewable energy industry.

Neil Douglas said: "We're pleased to be speaking at what promises to be an interesting conference at this crucial time in the development of the renewables industry in Scotland. I look forward to sharing our perspective on a positive future as the wind industry contemplates and responds to an increasingly cost-competitive market landscape."

During his presentation, Neil will provide a summary of the wide range of opportunities that exist for wind energy projects to further increase competitiveness, and real-life measures that are available to project investors.

Natural Power underpinned its commitment to supporting the renewable energy industry achieve cost parity with the appointment of Neil Douglas to the role of Director of Levelised Cost of Energy (LCoE) earlier this year. The new role was created in response to market dynamics and Natural Power's long term strategy to support clients in achieving their operational efficiency and competitiveness objectives.


Speaker bio - about Neil Douglas

Neil has been professionally involved in the renewable energy industry for 20 years, and has been employed by Natural Power since its inception in 1996. Neil's specialist technical knowledge covers multi-disciplinary technical due diligence for project financing and acquisition, wind farm asset management, wind farm design and resource assessment, complex flow risk analysis for wind farms, offshore wind resource assessment, wind lidar and marine energy technology.

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