Counting down to All-Energy 2016
This week, it is anticipated that more than 8,000 industry professionals from over 50 countries will come together at All-Energy, the UK’s premier event for renewable energy and sustainable technology, which returns to Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre on 4-5 May.
Leading UK law firm, Shepherd and Wedderburn supports All-Energy as headline sponsor for the second year running.
With extensive experience advising key industry players across the spectrum of renewable energy projects, members of the firm’s 90-strong Energy and Natural Resources team feature strongly in this year’s seminar and conference programme.
Over the two days, twelve Shepherd and Wedderburn speakers will share their insight and expertise on a variety of current renewable energy topics, including CATO, energy storage, re-powering, exporting “green expertise” and sustainable cities.
Susan Swan and Stephanie Mill, both solicitors at the firm, will be running Renewables Obligation (RO) Grace Period Clinics at Shepherd and Wedderburn’s exhibition stand, Q60. Delegates are invited to attend the clinics to discuss on a one-to-one-basis the Energy Bill provisions in relation to the proposed early closure of the RO. The clinics will be particularly timely in that delegates will be able to obtain up-to-date and practical information in relation to the proposed early closure of the RO as it pertains to onshore wind and the grace periods. Appointments can be booked in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shepherd and Wedderburn Partner and Head of Clean Energy Projects, Clare Foster, commented:
"All-Energy continues to be a key date in the diary for Shepherd and Wedderburn's Energy and Natural Resources practice. As the UK’s leading renewable energy event, All-Energy attracts a truly global audience and affords an excellent opportunity to catch up with our clients and meet new contacts from across the industry. We are looking forward to welcoming you at the conference and at our exhibition stand Q60."