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With the UK and other countries around the world setting ambitious targets for net zero and the need to deliver on renewables, what will the future of energy and power generation look like? And who will be the engineers and technicians to drive it forward?

In order to achieve Net Zero by 2050 and other environmental goals there will need to be a substantial increase in the contribution of renewable sources to the energy generation mix. So what will these sources be and what will the renewable landscape look like?
The main thing that will drive the ideas and innovation required will be the people behind the technology and the engineers and technicians willing to think outside the box and present new ways of thinking and working.

As part of this rapid advancement in renewable power there is a need to bring together the like-minded engineers and technicians who will seek to solve the problems we face and look to usher in a more sustainable future.

One way of doing this is the Renewable Power Generation and Future Power Systems conference taking place in Glasgow this November. A call for paper event as part of Powering Net Zero week this conference will look to bring valuable knowledge to everyone who attends as well bringing together innovators from industry and academic to share their ideas and plans.

Case studies and research papers will be presented over 2 streams during the conference and the new invited speaker stream will mean attendees can hear from and interact with the industry thought leaders.

If you think you can contribute to this important subject area then you can submit a paper before the 26th May by visiting https://renewablepower.theiet.org/