Community Energy - Life After FiTs

Added by: Jeana Malhi

April 8, 2019 - April 8, 2019

12:30 to 17:45 2019-04-08 12:30:00 2019-04-08 17:45:00 Europe/London Community Energy - Life After FiTs <p>As we enter the post FiTs paradigm, we will explore the new ideas, technologies and business models which will be part of the future of community energy.</p> <p><strong>Please note, we have had to change the venue</strong><strong>&nbsp;to...&nbsp;</strong><br><strong>Amnesty International UK</strong><br><strong>Human Rights Action Centre</strong><br><strong>17-25 New Inn Yard</strong><br><strong>London</strong><br><strong>EC2A 3EA</strong></p> <p>This event will pose challenging ... Amnesty International UK Human Rights Action Centre 17-25 New Inn Yard London EC2A 3EA Jeana Malhi j.malhi@communityenergyengland.org
Amnesty International UK Human Rights Action Centre 17-25 New Inn Yard London EC2A 3EA

As we enter the post FiTs paradigm, we will explore the new ideas, technologies and business models which will be part of the future of community energy.

Please note, we have had to change the venue to... 
Amnesty International UK
Human Rights Action Centre
17-25 New Inn Yard
London
EC2A 3EA

This event will pose challenging questions and cutting edge concepts from some of the most experienced professionals in the energy system.

Speakers confirmed include...

  • David Bird - CEO, Co-op Energy
    - Co-op Community Power: avoiding the cliff edge
  • Kayla Ente - CEO, BHESCo
    - Community Ow...
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As we enter the post FiTs paradigm, we will explore the new ideas, technologies and business models which will be part of the future of community energy.

Please note, we have had to change the venue to... 
Amnesty International UK
Human Rights Action Centre
17-25 New Inn Yard
London
EC2A 3EA

This event will pose challenging questions and cutting edge concepts from some of the most experienced professionals in the energy system.

Speakers confirmed include...

  • David Bird - CEO, Co-op Energy
    - Co-op Community Power: avoiding the cliff edge
  • Kayla Ente - CEO, BHESCo
    - Community Owned Heat Networks
  • Léonie Greene - Head of External Affairs, Solar Trade Association
    - Discussing STA’s campaign on charging regulations and opportunities post-FiTs
  • Barbara Hammond - CEO, Low Carbon Hub
    - The People's Power Station:  ensuring energy equity through community energy models
  • Claire Hanratty - CEO, Pure Leapfrog
    - Discussing Leapfrog's Launch Pad and lessons from projects they have supported
  • Chaitanya Kumar - Senior Policy Advisor, Green Alliance
    - Policy landscape for small scale generation, new economic opportunities and the community energy manifesto
  • Andrew Morton - Energy Systems Manager, Local Energy Scotland
    - Discussing post FiT viability modelling
  • Maxine Narburgh - Regional Hub Manager, Greater South East Energy Hub
    - Discussing the regional hub’s ownership of RCEF and the future of community energy
  • Ollie Pendered -  Chair and Co-Director, Community Energy South
    - Discussing Riding Sunbeams and working with the water industry
  • Afsheen Rashid - Chair, Community Energy England
    - Chairing the first half of the event
  • Mike Smyth - Chair, Energy4All
    - Discussing what works practically now, buying private assets and share offer alternatives
  • Dan Starman - Lead Consultant, Pixie Energy
    - Discussing the concept and business models of meter splitting

Please register to attend

Lunch will be provided upon arrival and drinks will be served to wrap up the proceedings. 

After the success of the Afternoon of Big Ideas in 2018, Coop Energy, Community Energy England and Leapfrog have teamed up again to deliver this forum for inspiring discussion and ideas sharing. 

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