Headline sponsor of All-Energy, law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn has announced that it will host two Quick Fire sessions at the event, the UK’s largest for renewables and low carbon energy, which takes place on 10th and 11th May Glasgow.
On 10th May, Stephanie Mill, Solicitor, Shepherd and Wedderburn will provide a whistle-stop tour of the key milestones between gaining consent and commencing construction of offshore projects, taking time along the way to answer questions from the floor. On the following day, partner at the firm, David Anderson, will follow the same format when he explores the ways in which attendant risks in offshore projects can be minimised, illustrating the best approaches to handling disputes.
These Quick Fire sessions complete Shepherd and Wedderburn’s extensive All-Energy speaking programme. Over the course of the two days, other specialists from the firm’s 90 strong energy and natural resources group will be speaking on a diverse range of topics, such as sustainable cities; energy from waste; and on offshore and onshore wind.
The Shepherd and Wedderburn speaking line-up includes Clare Foster, Head of Clean Energy; and partners, John Grady, Patricia Hawthorn and Liz McRobb. Full details can be found here.
Now in its 17th year, the conference and exhibition continues to build on its strong reputation as the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy event.
Venue: Glasgow’s Scottish Event Campus on 10-11 May 2017.
The event is free to attend. More details at all-energy.co.uk