Are Retail Markets in Turmoil?

Conference – 17 January 2013, Bridewell Hall, London. SSE’s Ian Marchant and Energy UK’s Angela Knight are two of the senior figures set to address delegates at Cornwall Energy’s Are […]

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By Geoff Curran

Conference – 17 January 2013, Bridewell Hall, London.

SSE’s Ian Marchant and Energy UK’s Angela Knight are two of the senior figures set to address delegates at Cornwall Energy’s Are Retail Markets in Turmoil? conference.

The conference seeks to address the continuing government uncertainty surrounding energy policy and Ofgem’s Retail Market Review proposing fundamental structural changes that has left the supply market in flux.

It will offer delegates the opportunity to hear the most incisive and informed analysis of the current situation, helping to form a clear picture of possible future scenarios.

The conference will look at both the domestic and non-domestic sides of the retail market, and will include presentations from a number of key industry figures. Speaking alongside Knight and Marchant will be:

  • Ramsay Dunning, General Manager, Co-operative Energy UK;
  • Jonathan Smith, Head of Pricing and Risk Management First Utility; and
  • Olivia Hartridge, Vice-president, Morgan Stanley.

There will also be panel sessions – chaired by Professor Stephen Littlechild and featuring Wayne Mitchell, RWE npower, Iain Walker, E.ON UK, and Robert Groves, Smartest Energy, and others TBC –giving delegates a detailed picture of the challenges both independent and established suppliers currently face.

Cornwall Energy Managing Director Nigel Cornwall said: “The conference will give you an independent, informed view on the challenges facing the energy retail sector. It will help you understand the facts behind the politics.

“It will allow people to hear at first hand the views of retail leaders – independents as well as representatives on the Big Six – on market competition and policy interactions.

“We will emphasise the positives about the current competitive process and why the prime minister’s intervention will damage competition.”

Guarantee your place now: Cost £300 per delegate, with discounts available for multiple bookings. Contact us via email, call 01692 407865 or use our online booking form.