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Gas, Renewables and Realism

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Was dash to Gas the answer. What does the future hold for Nuclear, Oil, Coal, Fracking, Wind, Waves and Solar?

Date and Time

03 February 2015 - 19:15-20:45

Location

Shropshire, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

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Jointly organised by the Shropshire and Shropshire local networks.


About this event

The Renewable Energy Foundation is a registered charity promoting sustainable development for the benefit of the public by means of energy conservation and the use of renewable energy. REF is supported by private donation and has no political affiliation or corporate membership. In pursuit of its principal goals REF highlights the need for an overall energy policy that is balanced, ecologically sensitive, and effective. This presentation will cover the current state of the Uk’s electricity generation and the challenges of integrating renewable electricity generation into the Uk’s energy mix.

By John Constable, Renewable Energy Foundation. 

Contact Chris Malam IET cmalam@theiet.org
Further details and registration
www.theiet.org/local/uk/westmids/salop,
www.imechenearyou.org.uk

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The UK faces multiple challenges in securing future energy sources that are reliable, affordable and clean. Find out what the experts predict.

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