The 'Future for Renewable Energy and Heat' debate
Taking a closer look at where our renewable energy policies are headed, Castle Debates' event is a must for anyone interested in sustainable power
What else is to be said about the future of renewable energy and heat in this country? Recent targets have been put in place by the EU Renewable Energy Directive to ensure that by 2020, 15 per cent of our energy will come from renewable sources. This amounts to a five fold increase on current figures. The EU has also proposed to set targets for heat generated from renewable energy at a figure that is 11 per cent higher then the current total heat demand. But will the new targets work? And are people willing to take renewable energy seriously?
This February, Castle Debates invites you to join leading scientific (Matthew Spencer, Director, Green Alliance), legal (Robert Lane CBE, Energy Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna) and governmental (Sarah Rhodes, Head of Land-based Renewables in the Department of Energy And Climate) speakers to debate on ‘the future for renewable energy and heat’. Join in and have your say!
Cost: Admission is free
Date: 15th February, 2011
Pall Mall and the Law Society
To register your interest and join this debate please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to their direct registration link at http://services.lawsociety.org.uk/events/node/53099
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