Microgeneration UK 2011
|Event Date/Time: Jun 21, 2011||End Date/Time: Jun 22, 2011|
Microgeneration UK 2011 will be held from 20 â€“ 22 June in Central London. The event will be the meeting place for the UK microgeneration sector, bringing together policymakers, investors, suppliers and customers.
It will be a packed programme over three days. The centrepiece is the Micropower Council Conference, where we expect to hear from Greg Barker, Minister of State for Climate Change, about key developments for microgeneration, particularly the launch of the renewable heat incentive and the review of feed-in tariffs. The conference programme is shaping up to be lively and topical, looking at the role of microgeneration in the Big Society, links to the Green Deal and innovation in the UK microgeneration industry.
The evening of 21 June will see the gala presentation of the Microgeneration Awards for 2011, recognising and celebrating the industry's achievements and successes in the past twelve months.
Preceded by the BPVA Annual General Meeting and a drinks reception, and rounded off by a PRASEG PV Forum event, there is something for everyone at Microgeneration UK 2011.
For full conference information, visit www.micropower.co.uk/microgeneration-uk-2011
Microgeneration UK 2011 is brought to you by the Micropower Council, the British Photovoltaic Association and the Heating and Hot Water Industry Council.
1. The Micropower Council is the leading voice for business in the microgeneration sector,
campaigning on behalf of its members for a genuine mass market for small scale, low and zero carbon electricity and heat generating technologies. Micropower Council members include manufacturers and installers of microgeneration technologies as well as energy suppliers and other trade associations active in the sector. We act as the industry's main contact point for government, opinion formers, the press, and the public.
2. The British Photovoltaic Association is the UKâ€™s industry trade association dedicated to photovoltaic energy. The BPVA provides a credible and representative platform for the entire PV industry. Our mission is to ensure that photovoltaic energy establishes itself as the leading renewable energy source in the UK, providing significant environmental and monetary benefits.
3. The HHIC is a member organisation committed to effectively driving, supporting and promoting the sustained growth of the UK domestic heating and hot water industry. We are the trade association that represents the whole of the domestic heating market in the UK. We are actively tackling all the challenges that the Zero Carbon targets have provided the industry and currently have a very active campaign to influence Government on how best to meet its 2020 and 2050 carbon reduction targets.
4. More details about Microgeneration UK 2011 can be found at www.micropower.co.uk/microgeneration-uk-2011
5. For further information, call Liz Warren on 020 8469 1333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.