Energy Live Future goes to Mars and beyond!

Major energy end users spending more than £2bn worth of energy were part of the event

ELF 2018: ‘Unlikely UK smart meter rollout will ever offer value for money’

Peter Atherton, Associate at Cornwall Insight, says the domestic rollout has been unnecessarily complex and costly

ELF 2018: ‘Majority of energy companies in the future will be green’

Jeff Whittingham from Ørsted Energy Sales UK says the company’s shift from oil and gas to green power has been followed by several other large energy firms

ELF 2018: ‘Renewable energy firms need to up the ante in face of fracking’

Futurist Dean Van Leeuwen told ELN green utilities could find themselves undercut by cheaper shale prices

ELF 2018: Sharing innovations ‘key to cutting energy usage and costs’

The Innovation Gateway brings public bodies and private businesses together to boost low carbon collaboration

Large energy users say Energy Live Future was a hit!

It was ELN’s second event exclusively for large energy end users

ELF 2018: Nuclear is the best energy tech for Mars but solar is most convenient

Bas Lansdorp, CEO and Co-founder of Mars One, aims to establish a permanent habitable settlement on the red planet

ELF 2018: Large firms focusing more on creating sales than cutting energy costs

Around 38% of the large energy end users find it hard to convince their leadership team to invest in new technologies

ELF 2018: Role of energy managers ‘to change dramatically in next decade’

Ørsted MD Jeff Whittingham said boosting revenues through using new technologies is to become increasingly important

ELF 2018: Reducing energy costs biggest challenge for 38% of large power users

The event attracted large energy users with more than £2bn of energy spend