Feb 06, 2018 george marshall Comments Off on ELCC Agenda
Our headline session will be a panel debate looking at the future of our energy market in this changing time. We will look at Brexit negotiations and what that might mean for trade in energy. Will interconnectors cost more? How will gas imports change? What will happen to energy regulations. We will also explore the changing face of a TPI, what are you now going to have to provide for your customers apart from the traditional pricing information. Our experts on the panel will be Simon Cox, Lisa Gingell and Caroline Pitt.
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Presented by Tony McHardy, Water Plus Corporate Director & Christopher Quinn, Kinect Energy Water Services Director
In this session, Water Plus will be talking with Christopher Quinn from Kinect Energy to find out:
As well as this Tony will take a look at the water market 12 months on, with a focus on the market landscape, trends, how we see the market developing and the challenges of a new market
Presented by Jon Ferris, Electron Strategy Director
Public awareness of blockchain increased enormously as the price of cryptocurrencies rose exponentially, but understanding trails some way behind. This session will explain the terminology, address the myths and explore the use cases for blockchain in the energy sector to answer the question: What does it mean for TPIs?
Presented by Louise Innes, SSE Business Energy Commercial Director
Customers have differing appetites for risk and flexible supply contracts offer different mechanisms to suit their needs, be it optimising their portfolio on daily or spreading their risk with incremental trades. Discover how flexible energy purchasing works and why this is a must have for businesses looking to take advantage of market movements and changing conditions.
Presented by Geoff Curran, Commercial Director at ELN
Presented by Chris Staal, SSE Business Energy Commercial Manager
How will non-commodity prices fluctuate today? Will the British Government release a new policy? These are some of the questions that can cause uncertainty for businesses, who want assurance of what will happen over the long-term. We’ll explain how non-commodity costs and policy can impact your customer’s business.
Presented by Matt Hall, CNG Senior Risk & Compliance Manager, Data Protection Officer
Worried about GDPR? Should you be? Why? What is it? What do I need to do to get ahead? Will Brexit affect it?
This condensed, and dare I mention the ‘f’ word (fun!) overview, will answer all your concerns with an interactive Q&A session at the end.
(Disclaimer: Gin will be supplied at various pubs after the event).
Mark Anderson, Sales Director at Haven Power (formerly MD at Power Efficiency / Ecova) offers his views on the volatility and opportunity of today’s wholesale market. He’ll also share insights on the way the market looks from the supplier-side of the fence
Presented by Martin Needham, CNG Commercial Director
Presented by: Kevin Barefoot, Water Plus Corporate Regional Business Manager
Water margins are tight, on average the market is seeing savings between 0-2% by negotiating a water contract. Compare that to the 5-8% savings we’re typically seeing customers make by being more efficient and you can see why customers should be taking a closer look at efficiency saving plans.
Kevin will explore the challenges customers’ face which lead them to explore the benefits of many ‘Advanced Services’. He’ll also look at the ways we can work with you to sell these services and expand your business.
Presented by Yoav Zingher, CEO & Co-Founder of KiwiPower
A short retrospective on the recent outcomes of the Capacity Market auctions, KiWi’s prognosis on the current legal & regulatory frameworks; and which direction we would like to see the market move.
Presented by Paul Curran, The Content Distillery
Presented by Delvin Lane, Utility Team Non-Executive Director
Lewis Scott, Forecasting and Analysis Manager at Haven Power, reveals the company’s forecasting techniques and analyses why we get it right (and wrong). He’ll also discuss how we can help consultants manage customer risk in relation to TPCs.
Presented by Caroline Pitt, ELN