Cities will be the key drivers of change in the transition to a low-carbon economy, Aberdeen’s Lord Provost said yesterday.
World Energy Cities Partnership
Mayors and senior officials from 12 of the world’s leading energy cities will arrive in Aberdeen for the World Energy Cities Partnership (WECP) annual general meeting (AGM) and Offshore Europe.
A tourism boss has set out hopes that a series of oil and gas events could help bring a recovery for Aberdeen’s hotel market this year.
The North Sea is on a “strong footing” to grow its share of international work, after securing two major conferences last week.
Aberdeen has been successful in its bid to host a major conference bringing together the world’s major energy capitals.
A north-east presence at the World Energy Cities Partnership (WECP) conference gives the city "a global audience", the Lord Provost of Aberdeen said last night.
Councillor for Dyce, Bucksburn and Danestone, Barney Crockett will seek approval from the Lord Provost to take on the role of vice president of the World Energy Cities Partnership.