Increasing Renewables in your Energy Mix

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Renewables now account for 25% of UK electricity generation, which is up from 9% in 2011.

Switching to renewables and green-tech is a substantial and yet untapped opportunity for most businesses to reduce costs and meet carbon emission target rapidly.

Alternatively, instead of buying all of your energy from suppliers, you can install renewables technology also called micro generation and low-carbon technology to generate your own.

Day 1 - 16th November

10:30 - 11:00

New Revenue and Cost Savings Opportunities – Realising the Value of Flexibility

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The UK energy market is entering a new era. With an increase in the proportion of renewable generation, there is... Read More »

Speaker

  • Stuart Duncan Flexibility Business Development Manager - DONG Energy
11:10 - 11:40

Introducing ‘Selectricity’ to your Business – Take Control of Local, Renewable Power

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As the world’s most influential companies commit to 100% renewable electricity and the concept of local, decentralised energy generation becomes... Read More »

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11:50 - 12:20

Island Power Generation and Demand Side Purchasing and Selling

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Presentation on how real time demand side purchasing and selling can increase profitability of power generation. Island Power Generation and... Read More »

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13:10 - 13:40

Haven Energy Bridge – Electrolysing Renewable Generation to Inject Hydrogen into the NTS

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The Port are working in partnership with National Grid Gas Transmission for an innovation project submitted for Funding under the... Read More »

Speakers

  • Tim James Energy Manager - Port of Milford Haven
  • Tamsin Kashap Gas Transmission Innovation Manager - National Grid

Day 2 - 17th November

10:30 - 11:00

Getting most out of bio-energy on industrial sites

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Businesses in the food and drink sector can generate bio-energy from their bio-degradable residues. On-site Anaerobic Digestion of food processing... Read More »

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11:10 - 11:40

Enrich Not Exploit (It’s in our hands)

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of The Body Shop, the revolutionary brand that pioneered social activism and was built... Read More »

Speaker

  • Simon Locke International Environmental Sustainability Manager - The Body Shop International
12:30 - 13:00

The Future of Renewable Energy

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What is the impact of Renewable energy on the National Grid and how will the Grid have developed in order... Read More »

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Panellists

13:10 - 13:40

Business Energy Efficiency Tax Review One Year On

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Business Energy Efficiency Tax Review One Year On from EMEX Read More »

Speaker

  • Gary Shanahan Head, Business Energy Tax and Reporting - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
15:25 - 15:40

Owen Square Community Energy Project

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This summer a pioneering energy system was put into service at Owen Square, Bristol. Solar panels on the top of... Read More »

Speakers

  • David Tudgey Project Development Officer - Easton Energy Group
  • Damon Rand Co-founder and Head of Product - Clean Energy Prospector