Keep Calm and Brexit! #EL2016 is on its way

Only 22 days left for the Energy Live 2016 conference in London! Keep Calm and Brexit is the theme and we’ll be exploring the implications of the UK’s historic decision […]

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By Priyanka Shrestha

Only 22 days left for the Energy Live 2016 conference in London!

Keep Calm and Brexit is the theme and we’ll be exploring the implications of the UK’s historic decision to leave the European Union.

What will this mean for your business? What impact will this have on the wider energy industry? What does the financial landscape look like? All that and many more with a great line-up of speakers.

We’ve got former Energy Secretary Ed Davey, CEOs of three of the Big Six energy companies, National Grid’s Director of Market Operations and the head of UK Power Networks, just to name a few.

With the government having signed the final deal for Hinkley with French utility EDF and Chinese firm CGN, nuclear will also be on the agenda along with renewables and discussions around what the UK’s energy mix should be.

There will be 16 seminar sessions running all day long, discussing everything from the water market, future trends, energy pricing and demand side management to PPAs, self-generation and much more.

Also, we aim to inspire the future generation with ‘Energy Live Next’ where we will be talking to young energy professionals about their journey into the sector and how the next generation can follow suit. So final year, Masters and PhD students are all welcome. Spaces are limited so hurry and book your place.

And as usual, lots and lots of networking as well as exhibition stands in the ‘Network Live Zone’, where you can catch up with familiar faces and hopefully find new business partners.

More than 450 people have registered so far and we’ve still got limited free tickets for energy end users! Click here to find out more and get your free ticket!

And don’t forget to stick around for the best bit – beer and wine for all at the end!

So do come along and join in the debate (using the hashtag #EL2016), ask questions, learn and hopefully have a fun-filled day.

See you all on November 3rd at the Barbican Centre in London!