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· Scottish Renewables Annual Conference 2015 will be held at Edinburgh’s International Conference Centre (EICC) 24th & 25th March.

· Greenfleet Scotland 2015 takes place on the 10th & 11th April at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh.

· Scottish Renewables Low Carbon Heat Conference 2015 takes place on the 28th April at the Perth Concert Hall.

Exhibit with us at:

· All Energy Exhibition & Conference 2015 - The UK’s largest renewable energy event is taking place in Glasgow for the first time on 6-7th May. As part of the Fife Market development programme, Fife businesses are encouraged to join the Fife group stand at the SECC, with more than 6500 visitors (in 2014) and over 450 exhibitors expected from 20 difference countries, it is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your business. Email Barbara.Whiting@fife.gov.uk or call 03451 555 555 extension 492184 for more details.

· Offshore Europe 8-11th September at Aberdeen’s AECC - This event has been held in Aberdeen since 1973 and is recognised as the largest European exploration and production event for the oil & gas and energy industry. Fife group stand will have a substantial profile in a premium location. Fife businesses are encouraged to join the Fife group stand at the AECC, with more than 63,000 visitors and over 1500 exhibitors expected from over 100 difference countries, it is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your business. EmailPamela.Stevenson@fife.gov.uk or call 03451 555 555 extension 473821 for more details.

Join Us:

SR:AM Marine Energy – Capitalising on Capability

Location: Fife Renewables Innovation Centre, Ajax Way, Leven, KY8 3RS

Date: 21 April 2015

The UK remains at the forefront of the creation of a wave and tidal energy industry. However, there is no hiding from the fact there have been significant challenges over recent months. In response, Scottish Renewables and RenewableUK commissioned BVG Associates to undertake a study of the strengths and weaknesses in the UK supply chain and suggest interventions which could be taken by industry and government to grow value-creating, sustainable and confident sectors.

The BVG study also formed the basis of the report for the Marine Energy Programme Board titled ‘Wave and Tidal Energy in the UK: Capitalising on Capability’. This report represents the most comprehensive summary of the requirements for the industry and sets the wave and tidal sectors on an accelerated path towards unlocking their enormous potential.

This seminar provides an opportunity to hear from the authors of both reports and discuss their recommendations for the future of the UK’s marine energy industry.

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