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Onshore Wind Conference 2023
by RES | Ağu 01, 2023 | Okuma süresi: < 1 min
With the imminent Scottish Onshore Wind Sector Deal raising the prospect of a renaissance in onshore wind, this event, co-hosted by Scottish Renewables and RenewableUK, will bring together leading onshore wind experts, key players and stakeholders to share their knowledge, expertise and first-hand experiences in an unparalleled day of industry insights.
John Boyce, Development Director – Wind, UK&I will be joining a panel to discuss the community benefits and how this can help improve local acceptance of onshore wind, drawing on our experience.
Sam Johnson, our Senior Aviation Manager will also be speaking on the co-existence and collaboration between onshore wind developers and aviation stakeholders to meet the UK’s energy security and net-zero targets.
We will have experts from our UK&I development and support services team on hand to provide more information on our services and answer any questions you may have.
Event date: 21 September 2023
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Event website: https://www.scottishrenewables.com/events/183-onshore23
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