The Energy Forum (energy11)

Venue: The Bloomsbury Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Oct 19, 2011 End Date/Time: Oct 19, 2011
Registration Date: Oct 19, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jul 29, 2011
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Delivering an unprecedented level of investment in Britain's energy infrastructure will require fundamental changes to existing market arrangements. The proposals in the forthcoming Energy Bill will constitute the most major change to the electricity market since privatisation, making The Energy Forum a key hub for all those interested in the evolution of the UK energy industry.

Key reasons to attend

* Debate the details of the Electricity Market Reform White Paper
* Understand the latest thinking on market reforms from a range of industry thought leaders
* Hear investors' views on the whether the proposals will be enough to attract capital
* Gain insights into how different technologies will benefit
* Network with senior professionals from across the energy industry

What your peers think about The Energy Forum:

"Very interesting and informative"

Sean Chesman, Business Manager, Doosan Babcock

"Very informative speakers and a well chosen programme which sparked some very interesting debate"

Matthew Bacon, Marketing Coordinator, Locoz Energy Ltd

"Good event. Interesting mix of topics"

Cliff Elwell, Research Fellow, UCLA

"Overall very structured, good content over a broad spread of areas. Ideal forum for people with some knowledge of the market to deepen their understanding"

Mark Henderson, Head of Power & Renewables, Investec Bank

"Informative and entertaining"

Michael Russell, Partner, Accenture

"Very positive"

Phil Emsley, Sales Director, Costain (2009)


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