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 RPA Renewable Energy Planning Seminar, 19 November 2003
In a small and densely populated island with considerable renewable energy resources, it is inevitable that the planning system should be one of the main arenas within which the debate about renewable energy deployment should be played out. The Government aspires that by 2020 a fifth of all electricity generation will be renewable and has set a target that 10% should be renewable by 2010. At present we are a long way off that target. Recently completed studies by the Government Offices for the Regions show all parts of England and Wales can make a significant contribution. Clearly this will be a key topic for planners over the coming years.
 Blyth hosts clean energy leaders
WATTS 2003, 18th July. The inaugural WATTS 2003 Wave and Tidal Technology Symposium has attracted top flight academics and leading business figures to the Northumberland town, keen to learn about the latest developments in this emerging sector and what the future could hold. See link below to the One North East press release.
 RPA launches Second Annual Conference, 22-23 October 2003
"Senior level speakers, audience participation and focus on issues not waffle", says Chief Executive Philip Wolfe, "and the most comprehensive free exhibitions in the sector, all under one roof". The Renewable Power Association announces its 2nd annual conference for 22-23 October, 2003 at the Olympia Venue in London. As at the stunningly successful 2002 event, which attracted some 3500 participants, the organisation of the conference and exhibitions is conducted in a joint venture with IIR Exhibitions Ltd. The 2003 event focuses upon Progress and Diversity in Renewable Energy.
 Sustainable Energy Bill moves into the lords
Please see link below for text of the Bill as it was amended in the Committee Stage of the Commons.
 NFFO3 & 4 Contracts - Triad Avoidance Benefit
Energy Law firm Hammonds has written a letter to RPA concerning the contract ammendment offered at the RPA's request to generators with NFFO 3 & 4 contracts. This allows them to specify a triad share in their power purchase agreements.

To access the letter click on the link below.

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