Did you know the United Kingdom, the world’s sixth largest economy, expects to exceed EU targets for carbon emission reduction by 2020? Scotland, the Northern part of United Kingdom, is currently becoming a world class leader in promoting sensor, offshore marine and smart grid technologies. Scotland is currently home to over 1000 enabling technology companies and 100 leading sensor technology companies.
Join Frost & Sullivan and Scottish Development International for a complimentary eBroadcast as we discuss why government incentives such as the Power Network Demonstration Center and the build out of the International Renewable Zone in Glasgow makes Scotland a destination of choice for research and development and for making investments on carbon reducing technologies.
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Farah SaeedPrincipal ConsultantFrost & Sullivan
Allan CurrieDirectorScottish Development International
Keith RedfearnRegional General Manager – EuropeGE Energy
Colin AdamsDirector of Commercialisation, School of InformaticsThe University of Edinburgh
Jamie McWilliamTechnology ManagerScottishPower EnergyNetworks