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EU Energy Union event to be held in The Sir Duncan Rice Library

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On the 15th May, #EnergyUnion: What does it mean for Scotland, the UK and Europe? will take place in the David Craig Suite on the top floor of The Sir Duncan Rice Library. Speakers include Ian Duncan MEP, Lang Banks, Director of WWF, academics and industry experts.

Here is some information from the European Parliament page on the event:

‘A key aim on the agenda of Jean-Claude Juncker’s Commission Presidency is “a resilient Energy Union with a forward-looking climate change policy”. As such, Energy Union has been at the forefront of discussion within the European Parliament. What are the policy implications of these discussions, and how will it make a difference to the everyday lives of people in Scotland?  Ian Duncan MEP will be joined by a panel of distinguished speakers from civil society, academia and industry to discuss // #EnergyUnion: What does it mean for Scotland, the UK and Europe? – Aberdeen, 15th May 2015 the implications of Energy Union for Scotland, the UK and Europe as a whole.

Find out more and register to attend here.