Renewable Futures - Regen SW's Annual Conference and Trade Show

9 November 2011, 9.00 AM - 9 November 2011, 9.00 AM

Bath Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH
Renewable Futures is established as one of the leading national sustainable energy events attended by more than 300 leading renewable energy businesses and organisations providing a key opportunity to gain market insights and do business.

Conference: the Renewable Futures conference attracts a unique line up of high level speakers providing insight into key market developments. This year we have a stellar speaker line up including Alasdair Grainger, lead FIT review from the DECC and Juliet Davenport, CEO of Good Energy.

Exhibition: the exhibition features leading businesses, buyers, supply chain companies and successful projects. The events provide an excellent opportunity for companies to gain market insights and for supply chain networking. Each sector and technology is well represented in the exhibition.

Awards: The event will draw to a close by celebrating the success of the sector over the previous 12 months with the glittering Green Energy Awards dinner. The awards will be hosted by BBC correspondent Simon Jack.

Renewable Futures and The Green Energy Awards are the two biggest and highest-profile events in the region’s sustainable energy calendar. They will take place on 9 November 2011 at the Assembly Rooms in Bath. Last year, over 500 of the industry’s most influential individuals from both the private and public sector attended the two events, and this year many more are expected. Representatives include the public sector and local authorities, business leaders, policy influencers, key decision makers and a range of renewable and energy efficiency companies.

This year’s event will take place on 9 November at the Assembly Rooms in Bath and will be followed in the evening by the prestigious Green Energy Awards.

If you would like to talk to us about this year's event, please contact Rachel Hayes, Regen's events and membership manager, at or call 01392 494399.  

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