Date: 13.30-17.30, Thursday 18 January
Location: Shoosmiths, 1 Bow Churchyard, London, EC4M 9DQ
Agenda to be confirmed
- ESN and Regen members: £55+VAT
- Non members: £95+VAT
The Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA), launched by the UK government in the summer of 2022, could potentially bring forward the most comprehensive and far-reaching set of reforms to the UK electricity market since the New Electricity Trading Arrangements (NETA) and British Electricity Trading and Transmission Arrangements (BETTA) reforms at the turn of the century.
Regen has been engaging closely with the process throughout 2023 and, with a further REMA consultation expected early 2024, is convening the sector to discuss the evolving priorities and key reform options posed by REMA, as well as the outstanding uncertainties, risks and opportunities.
We are hosting this session in London to hear directly from representatives from the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, debate the most important issues for the clean energy sector to consider and discuss the key options for reform with leading developers and investors.
- Robert Hewitt, deputy director of energy security, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
- Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
- Frances Warburton – partner, economic advisory, strategy & transactions, EY
This is a Regen and Electricity Storage Network thought leadership event, kindly sponsored by Shoosmiths.