Energy Parliamentary Seminar
Outlook for UK energy: the independent sector’s perspective
The crucial role of independent operators and finance providers in delivering the political objectives of low carbon, energy security and affordability.
Will the Energy Act deliver greater competition in the UK energy market?
Monday 10th November, 5.00-7pm
Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Chaired by: Dan Byles MP(Member of the House of Commons Energy & Climate Change Select Committee)
Speakers include: DECC Minister (invited) / Opposition (invited)/ Rachel Fletcher, Senior Partner (Markets) – Ofgem / George Grant, MD – Stag
Energy (Ind Developer) / Peter Atherton, Liberum (formerly MD, Citi) / Tim Smith, Finance Director – Green Energy UK (Ind Supplier)
The various challenges the UK energy sector will continue to feature prominently into the run up to the General Election, but all sides seem to agree that a more competitive and liquid energy market is needed. Of the £200billion of investment needed by 2020, over half will come from the independent sector not withstanding the crucial role independent suppliers will play in delivering greater competition. Dan Byles MP is hosting aseminar, organised by Taylor Keogh Communications, focusing on the independent sector: the challenges, how they are meeting those challenges, and what is needed to allow to them to reach their full potential and compete with the Big6.