Energy UK Annual Conference Exhibitors
Wednesday 18 October 2023
Energy UK Training
Energy UK has been delivering training courses since 2018, offering a range of sessions to help companies and industry professionals alike to broaden their knowledge within the energy sector.
Covering a range of topics, from gas and electricity markets, decarbonisation and power markets, to current post-Brexit energy trading arrangements, our passionate industry-expert trainers aim to engage and assist in helping you achieve your training needs.
Our training specialists can deliver exclusive and private group sessions either online or in-house. All our public courses are delivered online.
If you would like any further information on Energy UK’s training courses, please contact us on email@example.com
We specialise in the regulatory, commercial and technological aspects of the evolving energy and retail market landscapes, enabling our clients throughout the UK and Ireland to:
- drive and navigate the changing energy market arrangements;
- develop innovative energy products and services throughout the supply chain;
- simplify and resolve complex, multi-stakeholder issues.
Our engagement approach is collaborative, flexible and value centric – ensuring that we are always focused on our clients’ objectives.
We value our people and engender an inclusive, fulfilling and purposeful workplace culture.
As a business, we are motivated by the overarching goal of a lower carbon energy system that provides affordable energy to consumers.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Herbert Smith Freehills is one of the world’s pre-eminent energy firms, with a global reputation for excellence in the sector. We have a deep understanding of transactions and the everyday operation of energy assets globally including renewables and associated infrastructure, as well as unrivalled international experience in disputes. We guide our clients through the exciting times of the international energy transition with all challenges and opportunities it presents. With more than 700 lawyers in our wider energy team, we have advised on some of the most significant energy and renewables projects, disputes and transactions around the world, and we are continuously ranked by as a tier one firm for the sector globally.
LCP Delta™ is a trading name of Delta Energy & Environment Limited and Lane Clark & Peacock LLP. LCP Delta™ combines the expertise of LCP Energy and Delta-EE to provide a single partner across the whole energy value chain. We are a team of passionate people using data, primary research, insights, analysis and models embracing advanced technology and innovation to accelerate the energy transition globally.
Moorhouse is a dynamic, B-corp certified management consultancy. We work across most industries in the Public and Private sectors with a large presence in the Energy and Utilities industry. We combine a blend of transformation expertise and industry experience to support organisations throughout the Energy and Utilities sector tackle some of their biggest challenges on their way to a more sustainable, secure net-zero focused future.
Over the last 15 years we’ve been at the forefront of some of the most complex regulatory and transformational programmes in the UK. In Energy and Utilities, we provided independent assurance on Ofgem’s Faster and More Reliable Switching Programme and are currently acting, in partnership with Elexon, as the Lead Delivery Partner on the Market-wide Half-Hourly Settlement Programme.
At Moorhouse we deliver innovative, practical and sustainable end-to-end transformation. We approach every project in a unique way, always confident that our experience, expertise and collaborative approach will bring the best client outcomes and deliver value in rapidly changing environments.
National Grid sits at the heart of Britain’s energy system, connecting millions of people, homes and businesses in England and Wales to the energy they use every day. We run the systems and infrastructure that deliver electricity across country. And because energy threads through nearly everything we do, we’re on a mission to make it cleaner, fairer and more secure for everyone. This means that in the years ahead, more of our energy will come from renewables, so we’re building new infrastructure, as well as upgrading the existing grid, to bring this clean, green energy from where it’s generated to where it’s needed. We call this The Great Grid Upgrade and as the largest overhaul of the grid in generations, it will play a big part in the UK government’s plan to boost homegrown power.
Murray’s specialist Policy, Public Affairs and Strategic Communications function has recruited across trade and membership organisations, corporates, government bodies, regulators and charities for over a decade.
For several years, the strategic priorities of the energy industry have been an increasingly high-profile topic to policymakers and as such, this space has been a key area of focus. The team’s experience and network across the sector provides rounded insight into the existing initiatives as well as historic and current challenges.
We have a successful track record of creating and delivering bespoke, insight-orientated solutions, allowing organisations to attract and retain the right talent from entry level to Executive appointments. Specialists in sourcing and securing high-calibre talent, we have demonstrable success in running exclusive and retained processes.
Policy by Murray are committed to levelling the playing field, working with leadership to understand any ED&I challenges and break down barriers to access, entry and progress through the recruitment process.
Sense’s mission is to reduce global carbon emissions by making homes smart and efficient. They empower people to care for their homes and families while contributing to a cleaner, more resilient future.
Sense uses machine learning technology to provide real-time insights on device behaviour, even for those devices that are not “smart.”
Customers rely on Sense for a wide range of uses including monitoring their home appliances, determining whether they left appliances running and identifying how to reduce their energy costs.
For energy suppliers and grid operators, Sense’s artificial intelligence helps engage customers, enables flexibility at the grid edge, identifies faults on the network, and reduces operating and power costs.
Tackling Inclusion and Diversity in Energy (TIDE) Taskforce
TIDE Taskforce is an industry-wide initiative to improve inclusion and diversity across the energy sector, supported by Energy UK, ENA, the Energy Institute and Ofgem.
Its aim is to combine cross-sector EDI insights and evidence to inform robust outcomes, building on experience and expertise to share best practice and support industry-wide changes.
Young Energy Professionals Forum
The Young Energy Professionals Forum promotes and inspires the next generation of energy industry leaders, providing opportunities to connect, develop and recognise success.
We run insightful events and initiatives that cover the whole spectrum of energy. Join the Forum to hear from industry leaders offering their insight on pressing issues, to learn about how to progress your own career, and to meet like-minded people from across the energy industry.
Come chat to us for more information about our work, including our recently published ‘Guide to Jobs in Energy’, and upcoming events.