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Location: Exeter Castle, Castle Street, Exeter, EX4 3PU

Date: 7 March 2019

Time: 12.00-17.00

Cost: Free

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Community energy organisations across the UK have shown that local energy will continue to play a role in our rapidly changing energy system. As we transition to a decentralised energy future, it is important to grasp the opportunities to increase participation and keep up to date with the latest innovations and business models.

This event, held by Western Power Distribution and Regen, will provide a forum to continue the collaboration, learning and networking that is fundamental to community energy projects. We will look at the latest intelligence from projects happening on the ground and find out more about the changes in our energy system. We will hear from the most advanced communities and learn about the emerging value from new flexibility markets.

Western Power Distribution will also be on hand to update us on the latest innovation projects and the transition to a Distribution System Operator and what this will mean to community energy organisations. They will also provide feedback on their recent consultation, asking community groups how they wish to participate in this fundamental shift.

Speakers include:

  • Damon Rand, co-founder and head of product development, Clean Energy Prospector
  • Afsheen Rashid, co-founder and director, Repowering London
  • Pete Capener, co-founder and managing director, Bath and West Community Energy

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March 7


Exeter Castle
Castle Street
Exeter, Devon EX4 3PU United Kingdom
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