Independent Power & Energy Europe conference NEC, Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010


The Conference on Independent Power Generation will be held at the NEC Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010.

gmpIP&EE – Independent Power & Energy Europe – is the essential biannual event for the Independent European Energy Sector. The Show provides an ideal platform for players in the energy industry to showcase the latest cutting-edge technology and for those professionals to meet for a Conference on crucial energy matters. The Exhibition is being organised by GMP Ltd, publishers of Worldwide Independent Power, while the Conference is being held jointly by GMP with its media partner, Claverton Energy Group.

Conference Paper topics: CHP, biogas, gen-sets, gas & diesel engines, steam turbines, gears & gearboxes, switchgear, maintenance, loadbanks & UPS, emissions, controls and monitoring, small & large generators, microgeneration, hydrogen systems, fuel cells, improved telemetry,  smallscale hydro plants, pivotal engines, batteries, organic Rankine Cycle turbines, new UK Building Regulations, biomass generation, renewables, wind energy, energy recovery & cooling, independent power projects, the future after fossil-fuel, wind, tide and Photovoltaic generation – and more. 40+ speakers will take part, with full Q&A Sessions after each paper. Final Call for papers – April 20th, 2010.


For only £150 for all three days you will receive:

  • Attendance at all Conference Sessions
  • Unlimited access to the IP&EE, Electrex and co-located shows at the
  • NEC, including On-Site Power, the AMPS Power Expo, Plant & Works, Drives & Controls, etc.
  • Networking with consultants, Energy Policy advisors, analysts, academics, power engineers, and industry buyers & specifiers;
  • Conference papers, lectures and proceedings – all available in digital format for instant download.

Unique lectures will be delivered by approximately 40+ speakers who are top energy professionals from a variety of nations. These lectures will embrace a wide range of crucial energy topics of the moment from hard-core technical to high-level policy overviews. The Conference is being organised by GMP’s joint media partner, Claverton Energy. Claverton’s Dave Andrews is responsible for speaker recruitment. We have a page for the latest information about the conference and the most up-to-date speaker list.

This is a 3-Day multi-stream Conference and delegates will be charged a nominal £50 per day to attend (or £150 for all 3 days). Full Conference papers will be available for download, reports GMP’s own Conference co-ordinator, Aidan Turnbull. You can book using the downloadable PDF form here or the online form below. Filling out the form and paying are two separate actions – make sure you do both!

(Hint. If you use the PDF form to pay you won’t have the Paypal charges associated with paying online!)

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Terms & conditions of business
Substitutions/Cancellations: If you are unable to attend and cancel in writing at least 3 weeks prior to the event date (May 17th, 2010). Global Media Publishing Ltd/Claverton Energy will refund your registration fee minus a £100 processing charge. It is regretted that after this specific date refunds are not possible. Substitutions – one name for another – can be made at any time at no charge.

Change of details: if the details are incorrect, please contact us on: Tel: +44 (0) 1403 220750 or email us at:

5 comments on “Independent Power & Energy Europe conference NEC, Birmingham, 8th – 10th June 2010

  1. I have alerted Karl-Heinz Tetzlaff to this conference. I hope he will be able to come and speak at this conference.
    If he cannot do so I’d like the opportunity to set out some similar ideas.

    For his work see:
    In English see:

    See for a presentation I gave last year.
    There are accompanying slide shows at
    which I should have passed on to Claverton before now. See ALDES items.


    Bill Powell – Chartered Electrical Engineer

  2. Several possible subjects:-
    1/. Recently announced £100 bn. offshore wind farms to be Hydrogen generators rather than electricity producers ? Not only provides a “storable” energy, but fits in with the UK demand for heating and transport fuels which are a much larger proportion of energy end use demand than electricity “per se”
    2/,.£100 bn would, at £4000 per house [about] enable combined Solar PV and Water heating units and/or heat pumps to be universally installed. Benefit to UK industry as current wind farm equipment mostly made overseas ?
    3/. Offshore floating wind farms to be considered as probably more economic than the “fixed” type ? Have a paper on this
    4/. Wind turbines on buildings, have data on this part comes from [3] above, rest still in development

  3. Dear Mr Andrews

    Karl-Heinz Tetzlaff of H2 Patent GmbH has confirmed his interest in speaking and suggested a title:-

    “Biomass Based Hydrogen Economy” – A new concept for energy production, purification and distribution to consumer fuel cells

    If he is unable to attend to present this material please reserve a slot for me to do so.

    Bill Powell

  4. This particular writing was very helpful to understand, I appreciated it completely. I’m about now to contact it to my collegues to let all of them understand this too. Thank you a lot.

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