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Start Date:22 Nov 10 




Renewable energy will play a key part in achieving the reduction of carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. In addition, with EU's requirement for the UK to produce 15% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020, the clock is ticking to implement renewable practices and strategies.

Building's Renewable Energy conference will analyse renewable energy deployment in the UK through large scale projects, considering a range of renewable energy sources. Understand how to maximise the benefits and minimise the costs, for most successful integration of renewable energy in the UK. Take part in this exciting discussion and be part of the roadmap to 2020 – book your place at Renewable Energy conference now and receive a 10% discount.

Building's Renewable Energy conference is your number one destination for understanding the key implications and business opportunities arising from latest renewable energy developments in the UK.

For more information, send us an enquiry.


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