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Solar Power UK Roadshows

 Jan, 03 - 2013   Renewable Energy

This February, Solar Power UK is hosting a series of roadshows designed to help solar businesses stay successful in this challenging marketplace.

A series of seven, half-day events, will be taking place in locations throughout the UK, providing an accessible, educational opportunity for SME installers.

If you’re a solar installer looking for new ways to win work in 2013, or a commercial end-user wanting to save on your energy bills, then these events, with speakers from the Solar Trade Association (STA), are for you.

Key topics include:

  • DECC briefings on the latest tariffs, performance of systems, return on investment, future proofing against electricity price increases.
  • A full introduction and update to the latest MCS guide – (due to be released in January).
  • Selling solar and trying to make your business profitable in a challenging economic period with a reduced FiT.
  • Top tips on marketing, customer relationship management, business models, warranties and finance options.
  • The Green Deal evolution and what it means for your business.

Speakers will include STA PV specialist, Ray Noble; Martin Cotterell (Sundog Energy, MCS Steering Group and STA board director); Cathy Debenham (YouGen), with more to be announced.

Ticket prices are £60 + VAT with a special discounted price of £45 + VAT for MCS qualified delegates.

Find out more here

Date:  Thursday 7th February 2013  Thursday 28th February 2013

Venues: All events are from 9am to 1.30pm. To register for the events, please use the link on each location below.

7th February – Sandown Park Racecourse

8th February – Hamilton Park Racecourse

14th February – Aintree Racecourse

15th February – Thirsk Racecourse

20th February – Liberty Stadium, Swansea

27th February – Leicester Racecourse, Leicestershire

28th February – Exeter Racecourse

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