It’s here! The new conference all about smaller suppliers and generators.
Today’s half-day event will see those players reveal what they will bring to the ‘New Energy Market’.
How will the change affect businesses and the way energy is procured? Should self-generation be encouraged? Should the UK have more independent energy suppliers coming to the fore?
All these questions – and more more – will be answered at the new energy conference, which will be informative, to the point and independent.
It will also bring together energy end users and third party intermediaries (TPIs) who will talk about what the future of supply looks like.
One of the sessions will include a discussion about the new energy future and what it means in terms of legislation and infrastructure.
There will also be a suppliers’ panel debate looking at the important aspects of a changing energy market and what the companies need to do to avoid the pitfalls of the Big Six.
And with the conference taking place at the iconic Co-Operative headquarters in Manchester known for its sustainable design, we have the head of Energy & Environment Nigel Holden talk about the organisation going from an energy user to a producer.
He will reveal how the company has kept sustainability at the heart of its business activity as well as his outlook on the markets, the changing face of procurement and policy.
There will also be a session all about ESOS where experts will be on hand to answer questions as well as a case study corner with examples from experienced energy end users on best practice as we face new energy challenges.