|08:30||Registration & Exhibition|
Delivering a Smart and Flexible Energy System
Renewable electricity continues to make a significant contribution to our transition to a low-carbon economy, now meeting over a quarter of the UK’s demand
This opening session will look at how government’s ambitions for a smart, flexible energy system can help make real progress in the next chapter of this transition.
Panellists will also discuss the how systems and storage can contribute to the UK Government’s draft Industrial Strategy and the opportunities that the Scottish Government’s plans for renewables to meet 50% of all energy demand by 2030 may create for the sector.
Q & A
|10:15||Networking Break & Exhibition|
Putting Policy into Practice
A number of changes are already underway with market participants taking action to ensure that the policy priorities are delivered, but how quickly can others follow suit? And are there lessons to be learned from other markets?
Join this panel debate as we hear from others' experience in changing the market, look at the threats and opportunities for Scotland and consider the best way to ensure that the market keeps the system secure and the lights on.
Q & A
Networking Lunch & Exhibition
The practicalities of building a hydrogen economy
The Changing Role of the Customer
The growth of electric vehicles, storage and demand-side response will undoubtedly create opportunities for consumers to engage in the energy market in different ways.
This session will explore some of these opportunities and consider whether new patterns of demand will make it easier to integrate further low-carbon generation into the system.
Gillian Hurding, Access Project Manager, Community Energy Scotland
Paul Reynolds, Partner, Everoze
Jenny Carson, Analyst, Delta-ee
Pasidu Pallawela, Founder / CTO, Power Migration Partners
Q & A
|14:45||Networking Break & Exhibition|
Technology and Project Speed Update
The closing session provides a wrap-up of key technology and projects across Scotland.
Hear from some of the industry’s leading lights and get up to speed with latest developments.
Q & A
Our Onshore Wind Conference & Exhibition will be held the preceding day, Tuesday 20 June. Attend both conferences for a discounted rate and learn how energy storage and system flexibility can help optimise onshore wind developments.