The UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition, Solar & Storage Live 2022, will be held on 18–20 October at the NEC Birmingham and colleagues from across the RSK group will be in attendance. The annual event brings together expert voices from the solar, storage and electric vehicle industries for a celebration of the technology and innovation that are leading the way in developing a smarter, greener energy network. At the exhibition space, nine representatives from the RSK group of companies will be available to share their insights and perspectives on the industry’s key topics.
The following RSK companies will be in attendance this year.
Absolute Solar and Wind is a UK-based solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company,
with experience in wind and energy storage at commercial scale.
ADAS Planning and Landscape provide a complete project management service to meet their client’s objectives and achieve the most valuable consent.
RSK Biocensus is a is a market-leading environmental consultancy with a large expert team of in-house ecologists supported by over 700 suppliers.
CAN Renewables is a trusted partner to a range of clients, providing design and build, asset management and operation and maintenance services for solar PV and wind turbines.
Copper Consultancy supports infrastructure clients to secure planning consent through data-led, cost-effective campaigns to build acceptance and advocacy amongst key decision-makers, stakeholders and communities.
Headland Archaeology is an industry-leading expert, supporting clients to manage archaeological and built-heritage risk.
Optisol is a leading solar farm cleaning partner and solar maintenance contractor.
Stephenson Halliday provides expert environmental impact assessment (EIA), planning and landscape services to the development industry and specialise in all forms of renewable energy. We support all scales of development up nationally significant infrastructure projects and regularly provide expert witness support at inquiries.
Twig Solar offers complete build installation and operations and maintenance (O&M), including landscape and ecological management plans (LEMP), fuel adjustment clause (FAC) and biodiversity and ecological mitigation.
Don’t forget you can catch Andrew McGown from Absolute Solar and Wind on 18 October on the Installer Success Stories panel and on 19 October on the Driving Utility-Scale Solar in Scotland panel. Sam Cranston from Copper will also be talking on 18 October on the NSIP Projects Forum – Opportunities and Risks panel and James Hillier, also from Copper, on 19 October on Myth-Busting – How to Gain Public Support for Solar.
More information about the event, including free registration, can be found online. For further information about RSK and the group’s attendance at this year’s event, please contact Mike Kelly, RSK Renewable Energy Business Development Director.