Making the most of your assets at All-Energy

Natural Power's Iain Dinwoodie and Andy Yuill are set to present at this week's event

Iain Dinwoodie, Senior Asset Performance Engineer at Natural Power, will be presenting ‘Holistic analysis of turbine performance' at 14:00hrs on Wednesday 10th May during the session ‘Onshore Wind 2: making the most of your assets - wind farm monitoring, control and optimisation' at the All-Energy Conference and Exhibition which takes place at the SECC Glasgow on 10th and 11th May 2017.


This will be followed by Andy Yuill, Senior Renewable Heat Manager, presenting on the ‘Future direction for low carbon heat' as part of the session ‘Low carbon heat 1: Setting the scene' on 11th May at 11:00hrs.

All-Energy is the UK's largest renewable energy event and expects to welcome in excess of 7,000 visitors. Since its launch in 2001, the event has provided an industry forum for suppliers, experts and thought-leaders from the renewable energy supply chain to connect with new customers, increase sales opportunities and expand business networks.

The free-to-attend annual conference and exhibition brings together the UK's largest group of buyers from the bioenergy, solar, offshore and onshore wind, hydropower and wave and tidal sectors, as well as those involved in energy storage, heat, low carbon transport and sustainable cities solutions.

Representatives from across the business will be attending All-Energy throughout the two day event. If you would like to pre-arrange a meeting or discussion, please contact sayhello@naturalpower.com

To find out more about the event, and to register, visit http://www.all-energy.co.uk/

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