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Investor Briefing –  Market Trends and Technology Developments in Solar Energy

Event : Investor Briefing – Market Trends and Technology Developments in Solar Energy

Tue, 28/09/2010 - 17:30
Conducted by : Eventure Media Ltd (Rushlight) & Forbury Environmental
Contact : Clive Hall

Rushlight and Forbury Environmental are delighted to announce our first in a series of cleantech investor briefings.  This first event is an evening that focuses on analysing The Market Trends and Technology Developments in the Solar Energy Sector.

Hosted by Clydesdale Bank at 88 Wood Street, London EC2V 7QQ, it offers investors a unique opportunity to hear briefings from leading specialists within the solar sector with a range of academic, technical and commercial expertise.

Agenda
5.30pm             Registration & Networking
6.00pm             Welcome Rushlight Events and Forbury Environmental
6.05pm             Technology Update: New developments in solar energy technologies
6.35pm             Market Update: The impact of solar energy innovations on future market direction
6.55pm             Summary and Q&A: Clydesdale Bank
7.10pm             Break
7.20pm             Case Studies: Perspectives of private and public companies
8.00pm             Networking & canapés
9.00pm             Close

Confirmed speakers include:

Prof Stuart Irvine: Director of Centre for Solar Energy Research OpTIC Technium Glyndwr University, Chair PV Group Welsh Optoelectronics Forum, Head of the UK PV Supergen Programme

Prof Keith Barnham: Senior Research Investigator for the Quantum Photovoltaics group at Imperial College, London

Howard Johns: Chairman of the UK Solar Trade Association; MD and founder of Southern Solar which received investment from Triodos last year

Chris Shannon: CEO Quantasol, which has Imperial Innovations, Low Carbon Accelerator, Netscientific and Numis Securities as investors

Who should attend?
Fund managers, hedge funds, venture capitalists, private equity, high net worth individuals, business angels, analysts, brokers, corporate financial advisors, corporate investors, advisers and other followers of the market

Registration
Each delegate place costs £50 + VAT and places are strictly limited.

To register: call 020 7539 8000 OR email contact@forburyenvironmental.com
 


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