Thursday, 30th April 2015
This event is CPD certified
Guests of Honour: Matthew Pencharz, Senior Advisor for Environment & Energy to the Mayor of London, Greater London Authority and Dr Stephen Bass, Head of Sustainable Energy Policy, Ofgem.
Delegates at this conference will discuss the future for London as an energy supplier, and challenges and opportunities for cities in the UK to transform the energy market.
Sessions will focus on challenges for developing London’s energy scheme, with the Capital applying to be the first public authority to receive a junior electricity licence from Ofgem, and the Mayor announcing plans for Energy for London to produce 25% of the Capital’s power from local sources by 2025.
Delegates will also consider the potential for cities more widely to deliver cleaner, more efficient energy services, to raise funds, and to deliver benefits to city residents; what can be learned from successful city-based initiatives in the UK and Europe; and progress on implementation of the Community Energy Strategy.
We are delighted to be able to include in this seminar keynote addresses from Matthew Pencharz, Senior Advisor for Environment & Energy to the Mayor of London, Greater London Authority; Dr Stephen Bass, Head of Sustainable Energy Policy, Ofgem; Mark Adolphus, Director of Connections, UK Power Networks; Chris Alexander, Head of Energy Regulation, Citizens Advice; Mark Bramah, Assistant Chief Executive, Association for Public Service Excellence; Agamemnon Otero, Chief Executive Officer, Repowering London; Gregor Paterson-Jones, Managing Director, Energy Efficiency, Green Investment Bank; Reg Platt, Partnerships Manager for Community Energy, Ovo Energy and Nick Smailes, Lead Technologist, Energy Systems, Innovate UK.
Sheryl French, Project Director, Mobilising Local Energy Investment, Cambridgeshire County Council; Jeff Laidler, Head of Sustainability, Enfield Council; Ben Lynch, Technical Support Manager, Carbon Trust and Mareike Schmidt, Strategic Energy Programme Manager, Bristol City Council have also agreed to speak.
Roger Evans AM, Chairman, London Assembly and Jenny Jones AM, Chair, Economy Committee, London Assembly have kindly agreed to chair this seminar.