Headline sponsor of the UK’s largest renewable energy conference and exhibition, Shepherd and Wedderburn, has announced its speaker line-up for this year’s event, which takes place at Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on 10 and 11 May.
Headline sponsor of the UK's largest renewable energy conference and exhibition, Shepherd and Wedderburn, has announced its speaker line-up for this year's event, which takes place at Glasgow's Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on 10 and 11 May.
On day two at 1pm, John Grady will provide the low-down on the latest legal developments in converting energy from waste water, when he presents: Waste water and energy in the UK - the next big bang? Later that afternoon, at 3.30pm, Liz McRobb, well known for her work in the utilities sector, will speak on Aviation mitigation - the ‘airscape' in a post RO world.
Speaking about the conference, Clare Foster stated: "All-Energy is a superb event, one that we have sponsored for many years. It offers a great opportunity to connect with other professionals in the industry and for delegates to learn about emerging technologies and new ways of working. Our speakers, along with other members of our team, look forward to exchanging ideas with some of the 7,000 renewable energy developers and supply chain partners that are expected to attend from over 45 countries."
With offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, the City of London, and Aberdeen, the firm delivers comprehensive multi-jurisdictional legal advice across every business sector as well as offering the full range of private client and wealth management services.
Regarded by many as the go-to firm for specialist advice in the energy and natural resources and real estate sectors, Shepherd and Wedderburn also has an impressive track record in advising clients from across other industries and sectors. FTSE 100 blue-chips, AIM companies, large SMEs, and public service organisations are counted among its clients.
The Energy and Natural Resources group brings together highly experienced experts from across the firm with the specialist skills and practical experience necessary to take projects from initial feasibility through to completion. The team has a proven track record of advising leading industry players, regulators, trade bodies, local authorities, developers and funders in all aspects of energy and natural resources projects, identifying industry risks and issues, analysing the implications for clients and turning those insights into real added value.
Now in its 17th year, the conference and exhibition continues to build on its strong reputation as the UK's largest renewable and low carbon energy event.
Venue: Glasgow's Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on 10-11 May 2017.
The event is free to attend. Registration opens on 10 March. More details at all-energy.co.uk