Visit us at the ENA Low Carbon Networks Fund Conference

Free EMMA GVS Information Sessions on 20 & 21 July at the Energy Networks Association (ENA) Low Carbon Networks Fund Conference.

Anyone attending the above ENA Low Carbon Networks Fund Conference 2011 will be able to attend free Information Sessions on Cool Power Products’ EMMA GVS. We have booked a room at the Conference so that we can meet up with anyone who would like to find out more about EMMA GVS. In addition to providing information briefings we will be explaining how EMMA GVS operates and answering any queries that attendees may have about Cool Power Products and our control systems.

We are receiving an ever-increasing number of enquiries from installers and prospective owners of small and medium sized renewable energy generators (3kW to 150kW), many who are asking about their Network Operator’s views and policies relating to EMMA GVS control. We will be taking the opportunity at this ENA Conference to learn as much as possible about the Network Operators views on this matter.

About the conference

ENA’s inaugural Low Carbon Networks Fund (LCNF) annual conference takes place on the 20th & 21st July 2011 in the north east of England in the city of Gateshead, Newcastle. The event is being hosted by CE Electric for Distribution Network Operators (DNOs), Project Partners and interested third parties. The venue for the conference is the Hilton Newcastle-Gateshead.

If you were unable to attend the ENA LCNF conference and would like another opportunity to discuss your projects with us, please contact us at:

Tel: + 353 (0)91 395785
Email: info@coolpowerproducts.com

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