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16th – 11:00 – Brexit? Energy, finance and the future: David Miller and Tony Lodge – Centre for Policy Studies
Join city commentator and financial investment expert David Miller and political expert Tony Lodge from the Centre for Policy Studies for a discussion on the impending Brexit vote and what might happen if we chose to leave. – Click here to register.
16th – 15:30 – The Policy Chat: Georgina Penfold – Spraga Energy
If you are a subscriber to Energy Live Policy, this webinar is exclusively for you. Join Sumit Bose and Georgina Penfold as they take your questions on all things policy. You will receive a link to access the webinar. If you do not receive it, please email [email protected] and he will send you the link. If you are not already a member of Energy Live Policy, please email Geoff on the above email for more details on how to sign up.
17th – 09:30 – Water way to market: Dan Mason – Ofwat
Join Sumit Bose as he discusses Water Competition 2017 in England and Wales with Dan Mason from Ofwat. – Click here to register.
17th – 11:00 – The Scottish Play: Zoe Chadwick – The Energy Desk
What you should know about Water Competition from Scotland – Click here to register.
17th – 13:00 – Water competition is coming – are you going with the flow?: Tony McHardy – United Utilities
Water competition is coming for England and Wales in 2017. What does it mean for choice for customers? – Click here to register.
18th – 11:30 – The Living Grid is a movement that aims to create a new approach to our energy system: Martin Hunt – Forum for the Future and David Hill – Open Energi
Pioneer organisations, including United Utilities, Sainsbury’s and Aggregate Industries, are working together, and calling for others to join them, to create an electricity network that takes inspiration from nature to deliver, store and use electricity in the most optimal way possible. – Click here to register.
18th – 13:30 – Is sustainability sustainable?: Lesley Rudd – Sustainable Energy Association
A conversation with Lesley Rudd the Director of Policy at the Sustainable Energy Association. What now for sustainability when prices are low and margins tight? Does it still make business sense. Hosted by ELN Editor Sumit Bose. – Click here to register.
18th – 15:30 – A Fracking Good Time: Chris Faulkner – Breitling Energy
Sumit Bose and Chris Faulkner, CEO, Breitling Energy discuss fracking in the UK. Is the Shale Gas industry in the UK looking at good times just round the corner? – Click here to register.
19th – 09:30 – A Conversation with Neil Clitheroe – Digitalisation, Decentralisation & Trust:
Neil Clitheroe – ScottishPower & Sumit Bose – ELN
Sumit Bose and Neil Clitheroe, Global Retail Director, Iberdrola will discuss the implications of digitalisation, decentralisation and trust on the Energy Industry. – Click here to register.
19th – 11:00 – Private Wire PPAs – save energy costs with secure and sustainable energy: Nick Boyle – Lightsource Renewable Energy
Sumit Bose and Nick Boyle, CEO Lightsource Renewable Energy discuss the upswing of Private Wire PPAs and how large energy users can save money whilst getting secure and sustainable energy. – Click here to register.
19th – 15:30 – Infrastructure or Bust?: Keith Waller – The Infrastructure & Projects Authority
How do we build our way to the future when it comes to energy? Join Sumit Bose in conversation with Keith Waller, Senior Advisor, The Infrastructure & Projects Authority. – Click here to register.
20th – 9:30 – Power to the people: Sir Ed Davey
A conversation with Sir Ed Davey about community energy and a little bit of policy. – Click here to register.
20th – 11:00 – Managing both sides of the bill: three steps to minimise non-commodity costs in 2016: Matt Osborne and David Oliver – Inenco
With non-commodity costs making up the lion’s share of an energy bill, how can businesses manage growing network charges, fixed environmental levies and a Climate Change Levy set to double in the next three years? – Click here to register.
20th – 13:30 – TPIs: transparency and trust: Giles Hankinson – Utility Aid and Emily Groves – Indigo Swan
Giles Hankinson the CEO of Utility Aid and Emily Groves, the MD of last year’s most trusted TELCA winners Indigo Swan join ELN Editor Sumit Bose for a robust chat on broker fees and reputation. Don’t miss it! – Click here to register.