The Solar Trade Association, Association for Decentralised Energy, Delta-ee and Gowling WLG are bringing together experts from their networks to share knowledge on the practicalities of how commercial and industrial energy users can reduce their energy costs and meet CSR requirements. This masterclass will focus on new technologies (energy storage, low-carbon generation), business models (PPAs, demand response) and new market approaches (P2P trading, blockchain).
The Clean Energy Summit is the catalyst to delivering the 2030 UK low carbon targets and achieving the plans laid out in the 5th carbon budget. Large energy users are actively decarbonising electricity and supply chains with 100% renewable initiatives, cross sector engagement and smart investments that are redefining profitability models. From offsite PPAs, to utilising your workforce, the Clean Energy Summit will detail all you need to know about today’s cleaner business models. With more clean energy capacity than ever before, it is time for your business to obtain sustainable growth with low carbon returns.
Managing European Solar Assets will cover technical and financial topics as they relate to managing assets, from performance optimisation, warranties and renegotiating contracts to buying and selling portfolios, storage and insights from growth markets. Learn from over 30 speakers representing over 10GW of solar assets throughout Europe. Network with the leading service providers, asset/portfolio managers, IPPs, investors, developers and advisors active in the European solar market.
Just three years ago only 500 electric cars were registered per month in the UK. This figure has now risen to an average of almost 3,000 per month during 2016, a figure that is expected to soar. Yet as a percentage of total cars registered per month, EVs make up less than 1.5%. What will it take to make the UK a leading European electric vehicle market? On April 25th, 150 senior figures in the clean transportation industry are meeting to discuss the future of clean transportation and electric vehicles, focusing on the barriers, enablers and subsequent opportunities for the market to accelerate and take off. Global EVRT's newly launched E-Mobility Conferences in London (25th April) and Paris (10th May) will not only address highly prominent issues for aspiring sustainable cities and living, but also explore the future of clean transportation and mobility, sustainable living, technology showcases and innovation, the economics of EV's and building the business case to accelerate EV adoption.