27th-28th Sept

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For a low
carbon future


27th-28th Sept 2011

The need to get Scotland’s low carbon projects and the supply chain happening in parallel to create a virtuous cycle of investment and growth will be the focus of this year’s conference.

World-leading marine energy expertise and superb natural resources provide Scotland with its biggest opportunity since the discovery of North Sea Oil to create wealth, skills and security of supply. In addition, Scotland has great opportunities to be amongst the global leaders in energy efficiency and recovery.

The conference, with guest speakers from around the world, will look at what needs to be done across the energy spectrum – from generation to consumption – to help meet Scotland’s ambitious low carbon 2020 targets.

Thought Leadership

Andrew Buglass. Andrew Buglass - Head of Energy, Structured Finance, Royal Bank of Scotland
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Paul Brewer. Paul Brewer is a partner with PwC specialising in Corporate Finance, Infrastructure, Government and Energy.
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Euan McVicar, Bob Ruddiman & James Elwen, McGrigors.. Euan McVicar & Bob Ruddiman, McGrigors
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Lady Susan Rice. Lady Susan Rice, Managing Director of Lloyds Banking Group Scotland.
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Alex Salmond

"The value of Scotland’s low carbon market is expected to rise from around £8.5 bn in 2007/08 to £12 bn by 2015/16 – representing over 10% of the Scottish economy."

Alex Salmond
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