BREXIT’S impact on the renewable and low-carbon energy sectors will be part of the focus of a high-level conference in Glasgow. Leading academics will join businessmen and women at All-Energy 2017 to look at the implications of leaving the EU. Brexit will be debated at the opening main session on day two of the event – the UK’s largest renewable and low-carbon energy exhibition and conference which is being held at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC, formerly the SECC) on May 10 and 11. Chaired by Dr Nina Skorupska, chief executive of the Renewable Energy Association (REA), the session will be addressed by Professor Karen Turner, director of the Centre for Energy Policy at the University of Strathclyde. Also present will be Professor Paul Cairney of the University of Stirling, Professor Nicola McEwen of the University of Edinburgh, and Professor Aileen McHarg and David Wilson, both from the University of Strathclyde.
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