Harper Macleod's 11th Annual Scottish Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Conference will take place on the 30th April 2020 at the Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness.
SHREC 2020 will tackle the theme of Climate Change and take a wider look at the environmental and economic benefits that renewable energy brings to the Highlands, Islands & Moray.
As part of the programme, we'll hear from a panel of three local businesses, each of whom have incorporated renewable and energy efficiencies into their businesses and they'll share with us the reasons for doing so and anecdotes from their journey to a greener business.
We'll also look at barriers to further development and how responsible and effective use of land can be a tool to mitigate the climate emergency.
The full programme is currently being curated, but as usual we will have a mix of fantastic speakers and fascinating Q&A sessions, drawing from the experience of leading industry figures, policymakers and those involved in renewables projects on the ground.
Don't miss out
Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Awards
The second annual Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Awards will celebrate the very best of the region's green energy sector on the evening of SHREC.
Last year, more than 200 guests representing a cross-section of the industry's most influential figures in the north of Scotland, attended the glittering evening ceremony. The event showcases the achievements of the sector, while also recognising and rewarding the contribution that renewable energy makes to the Highland and Islands economy and the businesses at the heart of it.
The awards are supported by Harper Macleod, which founded SHREC in 2010, and Highland News & Media, publisher of the Executive and 18 newspaper titles across the Highlands and north-east Scotland.
The entry deadline is midnight on Saturday 28th March 2020
You can find out more about the Awards, including how to enter, and how to attend, by following the link below.
To attend this event please complete the form below.