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A Walking Discussion Geological Tour of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh 29th July

- with Robert Gatliff

Thu 29 Jul 2021 at 4:00 PM - Edinburgh MORE INFO
WHAT IS THE

Scottish Energy Forum

The Scottish Energy Forum is a national forum for the presentation and discussion of views on the economic, industrial, technological and political aspects of all forms of energy. The programme of regular meetings gives members the chance to hear briefings by specialists of international standing. Members enjoy opportunities for lively and informed debate in informal surroundings, and benefit from networking with others from a range of energy-related enterprises.

A Walking Discussion Geological Tour of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh 29th July

- with Robert Gatliff
Thu 29 Jul 2021

Members only Field Trip

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Annual SEF Golf Outing

- at the Home of Golf
Fri 6 Aug 2021

St Andrews

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A Walking-Discussion Geological Tour of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh 19th August

- with Robert Gatliff
Thu 19 Aug 2021

Members Only Field trip

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“Underground energy storage using the gravitational potential of solid weights in deep vertical shafts”

with Charlie Blair, Managing Director, Gravitricity
Thu 2 Sep 2021

Edinburgh and online

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A Walking Discussion Geological Tour of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh 29th July

- with Robert Gatliff
Thu 29 Jul 2021

Members only Field Trip

More Info

Annual SEF Golf Outing

- at the Home of Golf
Fri 6 Aug 2021

St Andrews

More Info

A Walking-Discussion Geological Tour of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh 19th August

- with Robert Gatliff
Thu 19 Aug 2021

Members Only Field trip

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“Underground energy storage using the gravitational potential of solid weights in deep vertical shafts”

with Charlie Blair, Managing Director, Gravitricity
Thu 2 Sep 2021

Edinburgh and online

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Gravitricity test facility at Leith Docks – June 2021

Scottish Energy Forum visits Leith Docks test facility

Early June saw us make a much anticipated visit to the Leith Docks test facility for Edinburgh-based Gravitricity. In situ since spring, the facility has been running a series of tests of the technology which harnesses gravitational potential energy to provide an energy storage solution.

Gravitricity now plans to roll out their technology in series of full-scale 4-8MW projects in disused mine shafts worldwide.

We are looking forward to welcoming managing director Charlie Blair to our first scheduled  ‘in person’  speaker event for the coming 21/22 session which will see us returning to the Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh on the 2nd September

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Seasonal Annual Memberships run in parallel with the Club’s season and fiscal year from July 1 through June 30 of the following year. Members joining after the Club’s Annual Dinner and before June 30 will have their membership extended through the following season.

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Benefits from becoming a member:

  • Participate in the dinners which follow the presentations
  • Club events for unlimited number of employees
  • Listing on the List of Corporate Members on this web site
  • Entry in the electronic for-member-use-only
  • The company has a right to book tables, subject to availability, at the Annual Dinner for corporate entertainment

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