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20 March 2012
Sustainable Energy topic of Edinburgh Conference & Brokerage Event

The conference `Sustainable Energy: Challenges and Opportunities for the Supply Chain’, is targeted at businesses and organizations interested in the sustainable energy supply chain. The aim of the conference is to help businesses to improve their innovative capacity and to increase market access. The conference will offer seminars by renowned academic and business experts in the field of renewable energy.


Keynote speakers will be Professor Catrinus Jepma, Scientific Director of the National Research Program Energy Delta Gas Research and Professor of Energy and Sustainability at the University of Groningen, and Professor Ole B. Sørenson, Chair of the Innovation and Education Group of the North Sea Commission. Furthermore, the services of the European Business Support Network will be launched and presented. The event is hosted by Councilor Tom Buchanan from Edinburgh City Council. On the second day of the conference, a brokerage event is scheduled for businesses interested in new contacts in the energy field and targeted networking. This event will be hosted by Scottish Enterprise and the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce. Participation is free of charge. Registration is open from January 16th, through the registration form on www.northseasupplyconnect.eu/conference

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