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Dates for your diary

Key industry events, webinars and training sessions, focused on renewable technologies in the UK, to plan into your schedule.

PVTech and TechTalk webinars on solar installations

TechTalk is hosting a free ‘Product Series’ webinar on 28th April 2021 at 4pm CET, starting with looking into solar installations and the growing demand for high-efficiency, allied to ease of installation and high levels of system safety.

The 30-minute webinar promises to give a greater insight into best practices and new technologies that meet or exceed current levels of system safety requirements, future-proofing projects. You can also learn about potential reasons for solar installation downtime, failure points of solar installations, the cost of poor installations and advantages from switching from traditional crimping connectors to the new SLK 2.0.  

2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26)

Taking place from 01-12th November 2021 in Glasgow.

The UK will host the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 with its partners Italy in November 2021 to bring together world leaders to commit to urgent global climate action.

“In the run up to the summit, we’ll be working closely with businesses, civil society groups, schools and people across the UK as part of our conversation on tackling climate change.

“Many people from all over the UK are already doing their bit on climate change, from the engineers working on the offshore wind farms now powering our homes and businesses, to local initiatives encouraging children and parents to walk to school. We want to celebrate them and inspire more to join them.”

We’re inviting businesses from every corner of the UK to join us in the #RaceToZero. Race to Zero is a global initiative, backed by science-based targets, to commit businesses, cities, regions, investors and universities to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 at the very latest.

Solar & Storage Live at Birmingham NEC Solar & Storage Live, taking place 23rd-25th November is inviting the industry’s top leaders who have the ability to enable change in order to shape a better future. The event has 80+ speakers already confirmed including TfL, National Grid ESO, E.ON, Low Carbon Energy, Sero and more