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Next steps for localised energy policies and community energy
Thursday 07 June 2018
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Contact Michael Ryan Deputy Editor, Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum T: 01344 864796 F: 01344 420121

Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum Keynote Seminar

with
Patrick Allcorn, Head of Local Energy, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Emma Bridge, Chief Executive, Community Energy England

Martin Crouch, Senior Partner, Improving Regulation, Ofgem

Scott Mathieson, Network Planning and Regulation Director, Scottish Power

and

Sam Mackilligin, AECOM; Camilla Usher-Clark, Burges Salmon; Wayne Bexton, Nottingham City Council; Maria Connolly, TLT; Dan McCallum, Awel Aman Tawe; Dr Tim Rotheray, Association for Decentralised Energy and Dr Nina Skorupska, Renewable Energy Association

Chaired by:
Lord Redesdale, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Managers Association

More information: @WEETFEvents

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Location Central London
Overall, areas for discussion include:
• Evaluating the sector opportunities for localising and facilitating community energy generation;
• Challenges for regulating local energy generation;
• Integrating locally supplied energy into the national infrastructure;
• Assessing the obstacles for continued development of local energy supply;
• Policy priorities for localising energy and future planning; and
• Innovation, investment and implementing community based energy generation.

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