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The conference attracts industry-leading figures from around the world, individuals who are helping to shape our approach to the creation of a major new industry.
Scottish Enterprise is playing a key role in drawing together low carbon thought leaders.
In the following series of articles we speak to some of the key speakers taking part in this years conference.
Paul Davies, Partner, Corporate Finance, PwC, talks about the complex financial preparations for the Green Deal – and his hopes for its first year of operation
Chris Hayes, the Sustainability Manager of Skanska UK discusses the business benefits of sustainability.
International law firm Pinsent Masons, which earlier this year merged with Scottish market leader McGrigors, has a global perspective on the renewables sector. Here, several of its Partners from across Europe, Asia Pacifica, the Middle East and Africa discuss the strength of the Scottish renewables brand overseas.
Lady Susan Rice is Managing Director of Lloyds Banking Group Scotland, a non-executive director of SSE and chair of the finance sub-committee of Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group.
Andrew Buglass - Head of Energy, Structured Finance, Royal Bank of Scotland
Andrew Jamieson - Chairman of the Offshore Wind Cost Reduction Task Force, which was commissioned by UK Government to recommend initiatives to reduce the cost of generating electricity in the sector by more than 30 per cent to £100 per megawatt hour by 2020.
Paul Brewer is a partner with PwC specialising in Corporate Finance, Infrastructure, Government and Energy.
We spoke to some of the key speakers who took part in the 2011 conference - read more