Energy UK's fourth Annual Conference - 'Progress to our energy future' will be held on Thursday 10 November 2016 at One Great George Street, Westminster.
The energy industry is going through a unique period of change. While many outside observers may see the energy industry as rather staid sector, we know that we work in an incredibly dynamic and challenging environment. One that is increasingly unrecognisable from 10, or even 5, years ago.
The truths about of our industry at this time are unprecedented levels of investment, the transformation of our generation capacity, smart system planning, intense competition, an emerging digital dividend for consumers and the prospect of driving through our challenges outside of the single European energy market.
The Energy UK Annual Conference is the event to hear how we can tackle the opportunities and challenges that we face in order to bring the greatest benefits to consumers, our economy and climate change ambitions. Leaders from the industry and beyond will be considering the changes we are seeing now and the necessary conditions for further progress.
Expert panels will consider:
- Progress for consumers
- Change in our energy mix
- Finance in an uncertain world
- The role of technology
In addition to the policy discussions and keynote speeches there will be a number of networking opportunities, chance to find out what Energy UK teams are doing and our usual packed exhibition hall to speak to a number of industry suppliers and partners.
Greg Clark MP (Invited), Barry Gardiner MP, Kamel Ben Naceur International Energy Agency, Laura Sandys, Mark Hodges British Gas, Ed Kamm First Utility, Alex Neill Which? Jonathan Kini, Haven Power, James Cox Poyry, Dorothy Thompson Drax, Asif Rehmanwala Ecotricity, Paul Spence EDF Energy, Mary Teuton VPI Immingham, Trevor Hutchings WWF, James Leigh Deloitte, Tony Cocker E.ON, Sir Ed Davey Mongoose Energy, Simon Pickett, Octopus, Alex Germanis Pure Leapfrog, Rich Hampshire CGI, Philip New Energy Systems Catapult, Prof Jennifer Schooling Cambridge University, Ian Graves National Grid, Matthew Knight Siemens
Tickets are now available
- Member rate £345 + VAT
- Non-member rate £445 + VAT