Generating cash for show

A £1.5million exhibition will throw fresh light on the energy sector.

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Glasgow Science Centre has already raised almost £1.1m to stage an exhibition to encourage young people to take up careers in the energy sector.

Now the Centre is calling on energy firms to help support them in raising the remaining funds for the Powering the Future exhibition.

The show will shine a light on the innovation and engineering excellence that is happening in the energy sector in Scotland and will feature more than 100 interactive exhibits.

Dr Stephen Breslin, chief executive of the Glasgow Science Centre, said: "We are encouraged by the funding raised so far for what will be a truly fantastic exhibition and would like to thank all involved."

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