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REA Annual Conference 2006- "Energy Review or Smoke-screen?"
Submitted: 22 June 2006
The REA Annual Conference 2006 was a great success. Please find below links to the presentations made on the day, along with a link to Alan Duncan's address. The Renewable Energy Association's 2006 Annual Conference titled "Energy Review or Smoke-screen?" was held on Thursday 22 June 2006 in the Flett Theatre at the Natural History Museum, London. Last Year’s REA Conference predicted a new Energy Review. The 2006 Renewable Energy Conference came in the middle of the review process.
Conference Theme -The Government’s Energy Review

The Government has made it clear that ‘everything is on the table’ in their Energy Review. Yet they plan to complete it in just a few months, and the consultation document gives scant recognition to many important energy issues. There are also concerns that the vision of the 2003 Energy White Paper is being ditched and that uncertainty about the political direction is further undermining investor confidence. This year’s REA Conference will contribute by proposing a structure within which the many energy options can be reviewed. It will also highlight a number of key considerations, which the consultation document seems to have overlooked.

Invited speakers and panellists include:
  • Malcolm Wicks, the Minister of State for Energy
  • Peter Ainsworth, shadow Secretary of State for the Environment
  • Sir John Harman, chairman of the Environment Agency
  • Peter Kendall, President of the National Farmer’s Union
  • Carl McCamish, Deputy Head of the Energy Review Team
  • and many leading participants from the industry, NGOs, professionals and the City
Who should attend?

Everyone with a strategic interest in the primary drivers for renewables within the wider energy market.

Conference Programme, Registration Form and Costs

The Programme and Registration Form can be downloaded below

The cost of the conference for non-members is £575.00 plus VAT
Discounted rate for REA members is £290.00 plus VAT

Cocktail Reception and Conference Dinner


UPDATE: DINNER NOW FULLY BOOKED The Conference dinner this year includes the inaugural presentation of the British Renewable Energy Awards

If you would like to be associated with this event in the form of sponsorship, please contact Steph Merry, the REA Events Coordinator, on Tel: 020 7747 1830 or by Email: smerry@r-e-a.net

Further Information

If you have any questions or comments regarding the event, please contact Steph Merry, the REA Events Coordinator, on Tel: 020 7747 1830 or by Email:


 Related Web Site(s)
Alan Duncan
www.conservatives.com/tile.do?def=news.press.release.page&obj_id=130542

 Associated File(s)
Andrew Garrad, Garrad Hassan
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Doug Parr, Greenpeace
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Gaynor Hartnell, REA
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Graham Meeks, REA
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Kevin McCullough, npower Renewables
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Peter Webster, The Energy Crops Company
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Philip Wolfe
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