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* Engineering Integrity Society Engineering Integrity Society

4th Durability and Fatigue Advances in Wind, Wave and Tidal Energy - 22 April at the University of Edinburgh. This 4th meeting aims to highlight recent advances in fatigue and durability assessment for renewable energy structures, building on previous events in 2006, 2008, and 2010. The new challenges facing the offshore renewable energy industry require enhanced design for integrity and reliability that is based on both established and new practices. This 4th EIS meeting aims to provide a platform for the discussion of current technological developments in this field. The event speakers come from companies in this sector, and also include experienced professionals and academic researchers working with emerging technologies in the theoretical assessment of renewable structures.

* Energy Cities’ ConferenceEnergy Cities’ Conference

Time: 9:00 am

Aberdeen will host Energy Cities’ annual conference in a few weeks (22-24 April 2015). This year’s conference will focus on the following subject: “Cities, eco-driving local development”. Many European cities are facing globalisation and economic crisis while following the linear “take-make-consume and dispose” pattern of growth. What role can and do local authorities play in doing things differently to foster community resilience? Decentralised and municipally-owned energy, new production and consumption patterns, urban agriculture, local currencies, new forms of cooperation…the means are manifold and exciting. In Aberdeen, European local authorities will share examples of successful energy transition projects, the new business models they are based on and their positive impact on the local economy. The energy sector has been driving Aberdeen’s economy for a long time. This makes it an inspiring place to invite political leaders and local representatives from all over Europe to meet and exchange. You will find more information on the conference website: http://aberdeen2015.energy-cities.eu/

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* Energy Cities’ ConferenceEnergy Cities’ Conference

Time: 9:00 am

Aberdeen will host Energy Cities’ annual conference in a few weeks (22-24 April 2015). This year’s conference will focus on the following subject: “Cities, eco-driving local development”. Many European cities are facing globalisation and economic crisis while following the linear “take-make-consume and dispose” pattern of growth. What role can and do local authorities play in doing things differently to foster community resilience? Decentralised and municipally-owned energy, new production and consumption patterns, urban agriculture, local currencies, new forms of cooperation…the means are manifold and exciting. In Aberdeen, European local authorities will share examples of successful energy transition projects, the new business models they are based on and their positive impact on the local economy. The energy sector has been driving Aberdeen’s economy for a long time. This makes it an inspiring place to invite political leaders and local representatives from all over Europe to meet and exchange. You will find more information on the conference website: http://aberdeen2015.energy-cities.eu/

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* Energy Cities’ ConferenceEnergy Cities’ Conference

Time: 9:00 am

Aberdeen will host Energy Cities’ annual conference in a few weeks (22-24 April 2015). This year’s conference will focus on the following subject: “Cities, eco-driving local development”. Many European cities are facing globalisation and economic crisis while following the linear “take-make-consume and dispose” pattern of growth. What role can and do local authorities play in doing things differently to foster community resilience? Decentralised and municipally-owned energy, new production and consumption patterns, urban agriculture, local currencies, new forms of cooperation…the means are manifold and exciting. In Aberdeen, European local authorities will share examples of successful energy transition projects, the new business models they are based on and their positive impact on the local economy. The energy sector has been driving Aberdeen’s economy for a long time. This makes it an inspiring place to invite political leaders and local representatives from all over Europe to meet and exchange. You will find more information on the conference website: http://aberdeen2015.energy-cities.eu/

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