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07 Jan 2009 09:01:09

REA announces expansion plan

REA announces expansion plan
After a series of consultations, the Renewable Energy Association (REA) has decided to proceed with its expansion plans from January 2009.

The organisation says that by increasing its scope and resources it will be in a position to better represent its members, of which there are over 500.

"Despite the challenging overall economic circumstances, the renewables sector continues its tremendous growth," said Mark Candlish chair of the group.

He added that the REA "looks forward to providing an ever stronger support for the activities of our members".

The expansion plans were given the go-ahead following a members meeting and online consultation and will include the introduction of more activities over the next few months.

Members will be regularly kept up to date with the progress of the plan and are being called upon to be prompt with payments to ensure the group can "ramp up the enhanced activities with the urgency required".

Upcoming REA events include the Renewable Energy Tariffs Conference held on the 26th March at the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

The event will focus on the renewable electricity tariffs which are set to come into force in April 2010.



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