Charles Hendry to discuss future of UK market at The Energy Event

Charles Hendry, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change, has announced that he will deliver the keynote address on Day One of the Energy Insight Conference, which takes place […]

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By The Energy Event

Charles Hendry, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change, has announced that he will deliver the keynote address on Day One of the Energy Insight Conference, which takes place during The Energy Event at Birmingham’s N.E.C. on the 13th-14th September 2011.

Mr. Hendry will address the conference on the future of the UK energy market. As Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Mr. Hendry has stated that decisions being made now on how much and what type of energy is needed will affect the UK for the next few decades, and that is why he believes it is so important to strike the right balance between creating clean energy from renewable sources and nuclear and using current energy sources in a green fashion.

The Minster’s address at the Energy Insight Conference will touch on topics such as Electricity Market Reform, the CRC energy efficiency scheme, the Green Deal and he will discuss what he believes will be the required energy mix to address the UK’s future energy gap and secure energy supply.

Mr. Hendry will be joining an extremely impressive line up of high-profile speakers already confirmed for the Energy Insight conference, including BBC Radio 4 presenter John Humphrys, leading UK business woman Karren Brady and the ‘face’ of UK business, Lord Digby Jones.

Following Mr. Hendry’s speech, a short question and answer session will be hosted by John Humphrys, which will allow members of the audience to put their questions to the Energy Minister on the Government’s energy policies.

Each session held at the Energy Insight Conference examines the vital contentious issues, ensuring that attendees leave with a sense of how to position their organisation’s medium term energy strategy to keep costs low and reduce energy risk. Delegates are also given the opportunity to put their questions to the UK’s foremost energy experts.

Free parking is provided at the Birmingham NEC for visitors to The Energy Event. To register online and for further information visit: https://www.theenergyevent.com/Hendry

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