Pinsent Masons sponsors Base Birmingham energy conference

05 Apr 2013 | 04:09 pm |

Energy partner Simon Hobday will be speaking to a host of high level delegates at low carbon energy conference, Base Birmingham.

The event, which takes place on 11th April, will tackle key topics relating to low carbon energy and infrastructure including the development of low carbon buildings, integrated transport, energy sources and waste disposal.

Base Birmingham will be hosted at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham with the morning session commencing at 9am. For more information please go to www.basecities.com/Birmingham

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