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GoFlo attends British Hydropower Association 2015 Conference

GoFlo attends British Hydropower Association 2015 Conference
Renewables First attends British Hydropower Association Annual Conference 2015

British Hydropower Association Annual Conference 2015

Renewables First is exhibiting at the British Hydropower Association 2015 Annual Conference between 10th – 11th November in Glasgow. Find out more about our Feasibility, Design, Consenting and Installation services for hydro and wind power projects. With respect to hydro power, you can also find out how a GoFlo automatic self-cleaning intake screen can increase your hydropower energy yield and minimise manual maintenance. Come and see us at Stand 15 which we are sharing with GoFlo.

More generally, the Conference will bring together the key players in the British hydro industry and will incorporate a comprehensive programme of speakers, as well as a superb technical exhibition and that all important conference dinner.

The conference programme is in-depth and wide-ranging, and will include up to date information on evolving regulatory frameworks for hydro power, as well as the implications of planned government policy changes within the sector. There will also be sessions on modelling, design and technology innovation, as well as ways of optimising efficiency, in both engineering and financial spheres.

This BHA Annual Conference also provides a unique forum for the hydropower sector to share new experiences, debate key issues and explore future opportunities. It also provides a platform for industry representatives to network with other industry professionals and suppliers.

Are you considering a low carbon renewable energy project?

Renewables First have considerable experience and full project capability, from initial feasibility studies through to system design and installation for wind and hydro power systems.

Read more about renewable energy in our Hydro Learning Centre and Wind Learning Centre. Alternatively, take the Wind Site Self Assessment or contact us about a hydropower feasibility study today.