Green deal: white knight or red herring? Find out at Microgeneration UK 2011

Microgeneration technologies may be included in the Green Deal, according to a discussion document released by the Department of Energy and Climate Change late last week. Key questions remain: which technologies? How might Green Deal work with FITs and RHI? How will Green Deal Providers gear up for microgeneration?

Join us to consider these questions during two days of busy and informative conference and discussion at Microgeneration UK 2011, the meeting place for the UK microgeneration sector.

 The conference will be your chance to hear from Greg Barker, Minister of State for Climate Change, and senior officials from the Department of Energy and Climate Change. The Green Deal will also be a hot topic of conversation for speakers including: 

-      Meg Hillier, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

-      Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive, Energy Saving Trust

-      Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA

 The Microgeneration UK 2011 conference – sponsored by EDF Energy – will take place on 21 and 22 June at Church House in Central London.

 For full conference and awards information, and to book your place, visit

 Microgeneration UK 2011 is brought to you by the Micropower Council, the British Photovoltaic Association and the Heating and Hot Water Industry Council.