The Solar Power Engineers Forum is designed to actively encourage open debate and shape ‘Best Practice’ between UK based Electrical Engineers from a wide range of organisations within the Solar Power sector.
The Forum provides an open and friendly environment in which members are encouraged to contribute to discussions on current technical practices and asset management issues, as well as suggesting future agenda topics that cover the issues that affect their organisations. Engineers Forums are effective and important platforms for the sharing of technical ideas and issues that contributes to the continual improvement of the knowledge of the members of the Forum, which in turn improves the performance of the organisations that they work for.
The Forum will allow for cross fertilisation of ideas between engineers from a variety of organisations.
The informal structure of the forum provides the ideal opportunity to discuss your challenges, your successes, and what could be done to improve operations and planning in the future.
The Solar Power Engineers Forum is a specialised event – for Asset Managers, Engineers and others responsible for designing, building, operating, maintaining or managing Solar Power Sites.
As the Solar Power Engineers Forum is a member only forum, the agenda will be driven by issues raised by members that affect the performance of their Solar Power generation assets.
The Forum will be held twice a year on a membership subscription basis, where an organisation will commit to two forums in any one membership year. It is planned that the Forums will be held during September and March at EA Technology’s Capenhurst offices (Near Chester), and staged in EA Technology’s lecture theatre, which is fully equipped with presentation and audio facilities.
Each Forum will have a set agenda that is influenced by its members, and speakers will be invited to present on subjects such as:
The last session of each Forum will be an open discussion where members can raise issues, ask questions and request future agenda items in upcoming forums.
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