That’s the question the Power Scotland Conference will be asking on March 19.
Organised by the IPA (Industrial & Power Association), the event will take place at the University of Strathclyde’s new Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow.
The focus will be on the security of supply challenges and potential solutions – for which the IPA is looking for contributors to the debate.
Other topics likely to be covered are future generation, future demand, energy storage, demand side response, smart grid, smart meters and the Capacity Mechanism.
The opening address will be given by Fergus Ewing MSP, minister for Business, Energy & Tourism, along with presentations from other leading experts in networks, renewables, regulation, retail and B2B markets, and large power generation fields.
Find out more at www.ipa-scotland.org.uk