If you are in London or passing by, you are all welcome to come along to an evening of informal presentation and discussion on small scale wind power!

"Small Wind Power and its Potential in Developing Countries" by Alex Murley Head of Small-Systems at RenewableUK www.bwea.com (formerly British Wind Energy Association)

'New financial incentives, planning reform, and the introduction of industrial standards are helping to redefine the future of the world's second largest small wind market - the UK. Surging public appetite for self generation will bring opportunities for individuals, communities, businesses. But what about export and developing markets? UK small wind manufacturers are leading exporters of small scale energy solutions that could play a significant role in the rural electrification of developing countries.'

Alex Murley is the Head of Small-Systems at RenewableUK (formerly British Wind Energy Association), the UK’s leading renewable energy business organisation, where he is responsible for co-ordinating the representation of the UK micro- and small wind industry to the British public, national media, and the UK Government. Alex has a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Bath University, and has worked within ethical supply chain management, the environmental charity sector, as well as the wholesale electricity
market. Prior to RenewableUK Alex worked as a business analyst for ELEXON Ltd, the UK’s Balancing and Settlement Code Company.

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