Police, industry and operators are to meet later this month to discuss the issue of solar crime.
The issue is on the rise in the UK particularly over the past six months, and the cost incurred by victims is increasing exponentially, say organisers.
DeterTech and Schroders Greencoat have called a meeting to find tactical solutions.
Special guest speakers Detective Superintendent and Head of OPAL (the national intelligence unit) James Taylor and Richie Iwanoff, Senior Intelligence Lead, BT, and founding member of the National Infrastructure Crime Reduction Partnership, will answer questions and provide insight into solar industry crime.
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Businesses and investors with operations in the solar industry are invited to attend in order to gain a deeper understanding of solar crime trends and activities to reduce them.
Schroders Greencoat will share the steps that they have taken to reduce crime on their estate, while DeterTech will discuss their ongoing work with the Police to predict, deter and detect solar crime.
The event takes place on February 28 in Telford.