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The Future of the Energy Sector Conference 2014

The University of Salford is hosting a conference, The Future of the Energy Sector, which provides delegates with the opportunity to discuss and examine how the energy sector is addressing the key issues that it faces through greater investment and increased collaboration with the aim of ensuring that the UK and the rest of the world has a promising future. It will investigate the key initiatives and drivers and through discussion and debate aim to dissect what the future holds across the energy sector.

Low Carbon Economy members are entitled to a £100 discount by contacting Mark Almond directly at m.almond@salford.ac.uk or 0161 295 7301

Details of the event can be viewed at http://www.salford.ac.uk/spd/coursedetails?courseid=THEFUTtGG8

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25 Feb 2014

What role does carbon counting play in our plan to be sustainable, and what are the key measures of success in our mission to reduce consumption?

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