Utility Week Energy Summit

**SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT - Joan MacNaughton, influential figure in international energy and climate policy will join our opening panel

The 2017 Utility Week Energy Summit is your first opportunity post-election to debate the future of energy policy in the UK.

This is the annual meeting place for 100+ policymakers, investors, energy producers, distributors, retailers and wider stakeholders shaping the UK energy landscape.

Our chair this year is BBC environment analyst, Roger Harrabin who will steer dialogue and debate around:

  • UK energy policy post-election
  • Implications of Brexit
  • Delivering a smart, flexible energy system
  • Maintaining investor confidence
  • Role of innovation in meeting carbon reduction targets

Organisations already confirmed to attend include:
Anesco; Arup; Calon Energy; Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy; DNV GL; Drax Power; EDF Energy; ElectraLink; Energy UK; E.ON; Fujitsu; Gemserv; iCON Infrastructure; Kier Group; KPMG; Liberty Global; Mongoose Energy; National Grid; National Infrastructure Commission; Northern Gas Networks; Ofgem; Osborne Clarke; Peak Gen Power; Ricardo Energy & Environment; RWE Generation; SAS Software; ScottishPower; SGN; Shell; Skanska; Statoil; Total; UK Energy Research Centre; UK Power Networks; UK Onshore Operators Group; Unipart and more…

2016 HIGHLIGHTS

Full rate

  • Energy producers & distributors / utilities / government / regulators / investors / non-profit / academic
    £545 (+VAT=£654)
  • Contractors / solution providers / consultants
    £695 (+VAT=£834)

2016 ATTENDEES INCLUDE:



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WHAT ATTENDEES SAY ABOUT UTILITY WEEK EVENTS

“The quality of debate and the ideas exchanged between speakers and delegates is always impressive and provides a great feel for the current issues within the utilities sector. The opportunity to meet and get to know our existing and future customers in a neutral environment is fantastic, as is the wealth of conversation-starting subjects the conference programme provides.”
Head of utilities, BT Global Services

“The quality of debate and the ideas exchanged between speakers and delegates is always impressive and provides a great feel for the current issues within the utilities sector. The opportunity to meet and get to know our existing and future customers in a neutral environment is fantastic, as is the wealth of conversation-starting subjects the conference programme provides.”
Head of utilities, BT Global Services

“I thought this was an excellent event overall. Great speaker line-up – refreshing to hear both open and strong views. Great opportunity to discuss state of and outlook for the utility sector in GB with senior stakeholders.”
Director, EY

“Informative offering some real insight into the challenges that CEOs and directors face”
Business strategy director, McNicholas Construction