Wind of change for RSPB

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), which recently came out to support wind power development in correctly sited locations, has installed a small scale wind turbine at its Rainham Marshes visitor centre in Purfleet, Essex.

Alex Murley, Small Systems Manager for the British Wind Energy Association said "Proven Energy form part of a growing UK small scale wind industry which leads the world in low carbon product design. It is gratifying to see the RSPB join the ranks of organisations recognising that in the windiest country in Europe, there are thousands of households and businesses able to generate their own clean, green energy from correctly sited wind energy technologies".

This June, a multitude of recognized shutdown, turnaround and outage leaders will unite at STO 2009, the nation's leading conference dedicated to the full lifecycle of shutdowns, turnarounds and outages (STO). These maintenance and reliability experts have a wealth of knowledge on maintenance strategies and best practices, and will present attendees with real-time solutions to save money and improve efficiencies during STO initiatives. STO 2009 will take place June 14 – 16, 2009, in Houston, Texas, and will give attendees valuable face-time with STO leaders including:

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