How will the public benefit from Britain's 'Internet of Energy'?
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM, 28 November 2018
Energy Networks Association , Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons, London, United Kingdom
Transforming our electricity networks: How will the public benefit from Britain’s Internet of Energy?
Under the sponsorship of John Penrose MP, Energy Networks Association is hosting a breakfast panel discussion focusing on delivering a smarter, more flexible energy system and ensuring its related benefits for the British public.
The discussion will focus on:
- How the changing roles of electricity networks will give people greater control while helping them to manage their energy costs?
- What new data this will create - and how the public can use and benefit from its potential?
- How people and communities can manage, generate and use energy locally?
- What wider benefits this can deliver for Government policy in terms of supporting vulnerable customers, alleviating fuel poverty and improving the natural environment?
- What electricity network companies are doing and can do to accelerate these public benefits?
The panel will include:
- Rachel Morison, Reporter, Power and Gas Markets, Bloomberg (Chair)
- Laura Sandys, Chair of the Energy Data Taskforce
- John Penrose MP, Member of Parliament for Weston-super-Mare
- Stew Horne, Head of Energy Networks and Systems, Citizens Advice
- Nigel Turvey, Chair, Open Networks
Spaces are limited so please secure your ticket by registering now. If you have already registered for this event but are no longer able to attend, we kindly ask that you let us know so we can open your space for others