Greater Manchester Local Energy Market

Thursday 24th November 2022

Theatre :  Energy & Carbon Management Strategy  Public Sector 

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14:00  -  14:25  | Download Show Guide

Greater Manchester has begun work on ambitious plans to revolutionise energy networks across the city-region, supporting a lower carbon future and our goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2038.

The proposals for a local energy market (LEM) would see Greater Manchester’s 10 boroughs draw up plans to increase energy efficiency and pave the way for new technologies and low-carbon infrastructure in the future.

By generating more energy locally and storing it within a localised system, Greater Manchester will be able to improve efficiency – with energy travelling a shorter distance from where it’s generated to the point of use, reducing our overall environmental footprint.

SilouhetteCraig Morley Energy Manager
Bruntwood
Sean Owen, Head of Low Carbon at Greater Manchester Combined AuthoritySean Owen Head of Low Carbon
Greater Manchester Combined Authority

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