The last 18 months have been tough and the Energy Industry has been there to make sure essential services have been available and continued to run. Energy is important and the people who make up the sector continue to make a difference. Energy consultants play a very important role to make the sector and business tick.
Now is the time to get business back together, learning from one another, swapping ideas and tips. On 1st December at the IET in London, we will run the Energy Live Consultancy Conference (ELCC) live and follow it in the evening with TELCA, the award-winning event and programme which highlights the best in energy consultants. We want to highlight how you have looked after your customers and your colleagues.
09:00 – 15:30 – Join us for The Energy Live Consultancy Conference at the IET, London: Savoy Place.
Our headline speaker is Jonathan Brearley, Ofgem’s Chief Executive.
If you would like to join us for ELCC, please register with Harry Matyjaszek at [email protected]. We only have 200 places, so make sure you get registered. Please note that we have to limit spaces to two per company.
ELCC 2021 agenda
Opening keynote with Jonathan Brearley, Ofgem’s Chief Executive
How will TPIs (and suppliers) need to evolve to survive?
In this session we will discuss how the energy sector has presented many challenges to both TPI’s and Suppliers over the last two years. With volatile markets, changing cost structures and the drive towards transparency, there is now a necessity to diversify and roll out additional service lines across any existing client base. This could either be seen as a mouth-watering prospect to maximise revenue and improve customer adhesion or a very daunting task. At Pozitive Energy we are continually looking at how we can support our partners in this journey by considering general business requirements and utilising technology to make all interactions as simple as possible. Is it true to say that only the fittest will survive?
Speaker: Mark Metcalfe, Director (Power), Pozitive Energy
The road ahead post COP26
The global United Nations climate change summit COP26 will have just taken place in November 2021. So what’s next? Join SSE to look at the journey we all have ahead of us, and the key milestones in the energy industry that will impact you and your customers. From government programmes like Smart and Ofgem Switching to the big questions around how we ensure a just transition and affordability in a net zero world, we’ll map out the road ahead and how we can get there together.
Speaker: Sam Bird, Head of Regulation for Business Energy, SSE Energy Solutions
The path to net zero: Realising the power of data
Digital technology and the use of data will play a crucial role in enabling the UK to hit the government’s net-zero carbon emission targets by 2050. In this session, you’ll learn the importance of historical data, how to use real-time data to track your carbon footprint, and the role automation plays in data quality.
Speaker: Simon Farmer, Vice President UK, Bill Identity (Bid)
Lunchbreak + Network Net Zero session in Stream B
The UN Sustainable Development Goals, ESG and the role of a TPI
In this session we will discuss:
- What is ESG
- What are the UN Sustainable development goals and how they affect businesses
- How can businesses engage with the SDGs
- What opportunities does ESG present for TPI’s
Speaker: Alan Fordham, Commercial Director, SystemsLink
Decarbonisation: The energy transition
In this session Andrew Hall explores the increasing need to decarbonise our energy supply. What is driving this movement, and how will it manifest in future energy scenarios? Andrew takes us through Corona Energy’s decarbonisation journey, and the products and services Corona has to offer customers in support of their own carbon targets and energy needs.
Speaker: Andrew Hall, Renewable Strategy Manager, Corona Energy
Importance of terms and conditions for brokers
To highlight the importance of brokers implementing terms and conditions to protect against agency law and to support loss recovery.
Speaker: Sean Heavisides, PreAction
Taking small sustainability steps together - what being greener with water looks like from single to multi-sites
Join Festival Net Zero 2021 panellist Laura McNamee to find out the latest update and how you can help your customers towards environmental goals with water. Whether it’s private sector or public sector, there are key steps to take to gain more from water.
Speaker: Laura McNamee, Head of Commercial Strategy, Water Plus
The changing landscape of non-energy costs
We have seen unprecedented levels of reform in non-energy costs over the past 18 months with more to come on the horizon. Join EDF’s Policy Advisor Binoy Dharsi for a recap on what’s changed to date, and what lies ahead.
Speaker: Binoy Dharsi, Market Rules Advisor, Policy and Regulation, EDF
Lunchbreak + Network Net Zero session in Stream B
Water - the forgotten utility
We look at why commercial supplier switching in the water industry isn’t happening unlike in the gas & electricity sectors. The importance of water in the route to Net Zero and getting a greater understanding of how you use water and how you are charged.
We look at why businesses aren’t choosing to shop around for their supplier in the water industry like they are in the energy sector, as well as the importance of water in achieving Net Zero, and getting a greater understanding of both how you use water and how you’re charged.
Speaker: Martin Needham, Head of Commercial, Everflow Water
Utilising Metering & Data Collection services to boost your client’s energy transition towards net zero
Do your customers understand when, where, and how much energy they consume? Get an in-depth understanding on how our metering and data collection services combined with our market-leading energy management software can make a real difference in your client’s energy transitions.
Speaker: Paul Farrell, Head of Partner Sales, IMServ
Marketwide Half Hourly Settlement (MHHS) reform is coming – Are you ready?
According to Elexon, MHHS is going to be the biggest change to the UK energy market since privatisation and will pave the way for our transition into Net Zero. Ofgem consider the MHHS Programme as a first in defining the ‘blueprint’ for future large change programmes within the energy industry. They believe it will bring net benefits for consumers in GB of between £1.6bn and £4.5bn over the period 2021-2045.
How can you make sure you are ready, enabling new services, delivering smart systems and flexibility….
Speaker: Zoe O’Hare, Business Development Manager, SSE Energy Solutions