Clegg unveils vision for renewables
The Deputy Prime Minister is expected to expand on plans for a "green economic renaissance" while offering "practical help" through taxation.
He wants universities to develop new green technologies to export around the world, while training a new generation in the industry.
"It is early days, but we are seeing the start of this green energy revolution already," he added.
Mr Clegg will stress his party's role in making changes to the UK tax system.
He said: "As we build a new economy from the rubble of the old, Liberal Democrats in the coalition Government are giving you real, practical help in tough times. That's why we have cut your taxes, even as we've had to take difficult decisions to raise money elsewhere.
"Thanks to Liberal Democrats, by raising the point at which you start paying income tax, we put £200 a year back in your pockets last year and another £130 from next month.
"And we want to go further and faster, lifting millions of the poorest workers out of tax altogether by raising to £10,000 the amount you can earn tax-free, putting £60 a month back in your pockets."
Mr Clegg will appear at the Eden Court venue on the same day as Danny Alexander, who is a Highlands Lib Dem MP and Chief Treasury Secretary in the Tory-Lib Dem UK Government. Business Secretary Vince Cable will take part in a question and answer session.
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