Join Lexington Communications and Place North West to debate the renewable energy sector as the North West prepares to play its role in the government’s proposed ‘green industrial revolution’ as part of the economic recovery.
Speaker confirmed to date:
- Myles Kitcher, managing director, Peel Environmental
- Paul Maile, partner, Eversheds Sutherland
- Helen Thomas, stakeholder and supply chain manager, RWE Renewables
- Paul Boyfield, group property director, Lexington Communications
- Rebecca Lydon, principal consultant, smart energy & sustainability, Hydrock
Carbon capture, hydrogen energy, insulation installation, offshore wind are all being mooted as likely beneficiaries of government spending in the coming months as part of the build back better programme coming out of the pandemic shutdown.
Oven-ready projects will be sought, so who has those and how can other businesses get involved?
This is a chance to learn and engage with the industry. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and connect with others. By registering, you’ll gain access to the Place North West virtual event app where you can network and interact with other attendees from the North West property industry.
The event is due to take place online from 10am to 11am on Tuesday 11 August.
Renewable Energy: Green Industrial Revolution is sponsored by Lexington Communications.