The Changing Energy Landscape in the spotlight at our 2018 Energy Management Conference

This year’s Energy Management Conference brought together over 100 Energy Management professionals for a fantastic day of enlightenment, thought leadership and networking. This was all made possible by our industry-leading presenters, who shared their insights and information on the challenging and changing energy landscape.

Graham Paul, Service Delivery Director said:

The event was a great success and we’d like to say a big thank you to all those who attended, and for all your contributions throughout the day.

Speaking to Energy Live News at the conference our CEO, Simon Miles, discussed some of the challenges and opportunities facing the changing energy sector, including the rising cost of power and political uncertainty.

Speaker presentations are available to view below. There will also be further highlights and photos available from the day to follow – so keep a look out on our News page for the next update.

Future Energy Scenarios and Reforming Balancing Services
National Grid – Rhiannon Marsh, Power Responsive Manager

Distributed Generation Opportunities – Solar Power and Battery Storage
ABB – Sagnik Murthy, Business Development Manager

Driving Value from Demand Side Response
KiWi Power – Richard Hardy, Growth Strategy and Innovations Champion

Energy Procurement – Wholesale Market Review
Tradition Energy – Craig Mackellar, Vice President, European Accounts

Data & Insight: Energy Analysis
Yellowfin – Shawn Deegan, General Manager

Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – Gary Shanahan, Head of Business, Energy and Industrial Efficiency, Tax and Reporting

Smart Building Innovation
Verdantix – Susan Clarke, Principal Analyst

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Posted by TEAM on 22 November 2018
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