Is community energy on the edge of a new era?

Added by: Jeana Malhi

Feb. 25, 2019 - Feb. 25, 2019

16:30 to 18:30 2019-02-25 16:30:00 2019-02-25 18:30:00 Europe/London Is community energy on the edge of a new era? <p>The government is signalling a more market led approach to renewables and the regulatory framework that&nbsp;has&nbsp;underpinned the growth of community energy&nbsp;over the past&nbsp;decade is changing.&nbsp;What will these changes mean for the development and direction of community energy over&nbsp;the next ten years?</p> <p>We will be discussing this question and&nbsp;the&nbsp;ideas outlined&nbsp;in our&nbsp;new ... Church House Conference Centre Dean’s Yard Westminster Jeana Malhi j.malhi@communityenergyengland.org
Church House Conference Centre Dean’s Yard Westminster

The government is signalling a more market led approach to renewables and the regulatory framework that has underpinned the growth of community energy over the past decade is changing. What will these changes mean for the development and direction of community energy over the next ten years?

We will be discussing this question and the ideas outlined in our new report Community Energy 2.0 which we will be launching at the event, alongside a Community Energy Manifesto signed by a wide range of organisations....

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The government is signalling a more market led approach to renewables and the regulatory framework that has underpinned the growth of community energy over the past decade is changing. What will these changes mean for the development and direction of community energy over the next ten years?

We will be discussing this question and the ideas outlined in our new report Community Energy 2.0 which we will be launching at the event, alongside a Community Energy Manifesto signed by a wide range of organisations.

Guest speaker: Rachel Reeves MP, chair of the BEIS Select Committee

Expert panellists:

1. Emma Bridge, CEO of Community Energy England

2. Mark Shelford, Conservative councillor at Bath & North East Somerset Council

3. Colin Baines, Investment Engagement Manager, Friends Provident Foundation

4. Charlie Edwards, Manager at SAVE Project, SSE Networks

Chaired by Dr Rebecca Willis, Green Alliance associate and chair, IGov project, University of Exeter

This event is for community energy groups, businesses, NGOs, think tanks, academia and government. Please share the invitation with any senior colleagues or contacts you think might be interested in this discussion.

Please register through the eventbrite page

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