New directions in the energy market: smart retail, grids and metering

9 – 10 November 2020

etc.venues St. Paul’s, London

New directions in the energy market: smart retail, grids and metering

16 – 17 October 2019

The Guoman Tower, London

“Smart Energy is the must-attend event for utilities. Excellent speakers – informative and entertaining, and really addressing the key topics.”

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Future of Utilities: Smart Energy brings together experienced, top-level speakers from a wide variety of challengers and incumbents alike for two days of collaboration across three different tracks enabling you to develop your strategy and take advantage of disruption.

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2019 Speakers

Rebeacca-Sedler, EDF Energy

Rebecca Sedler

Director of I&C, EDF Energy

Belinda-Moore - E.ON

Belinda Moore

Director of Marketing and Communications, E.ON

Bill Bullen, Utilita Energy

Bill Bullen

Chief Executive Officer, Utilita Energy

Pamela-Conway - Drax

Pamela Conway

Digital Director, Drax Retail

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Dermot Nolan

Chief Executive Officer, Ofgem

Paulo Líbano Monteiro - EDP

Paulo Líbano Monteiro

Director of Technology and Innovation, EDP Distribuição

Andrew-Roper - SSEN

Andrew Roper

Distribution System Operations Director, SSEN

Filomena-La-Porta - EDF Energy

Filomena La Porta

Head of Data Analytics, Reporting & CRM, EDF Energy

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“The combination of insightful speakers with real-world experience and an engaged, knowledgeable audience created opportunities for valuable conversations and networking. I look forward to participating again in future.”

Commercial Director, Open Energi

2019 Agenda

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Day 1 Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Day 2 Thursday, 17 October 2019

09.00

Welcome address and chair's opening remarks - Matthew Roderick, Managing Director, n3rgy

Session 1

09.10 - Gearing up together for the ecosystem of the future

Digitalising across the board to create a better tomorrow

  • What are the key priorities for the industry in the face of a challenging future?
  • Developing a new strategy to take advantage of the opportunities new energy presents
  • Digitalising processes and products to meet customers’ expectations
  • Enhancing the supplier-customer relationship with technology

Rebeacca-Sedler, EDF Energy
Rebecca Sedler

Director of I&C , EDF Energy

Facilitating a smart grid for all: responding to evolving needs on the system

  • Outlining a vision of the industry of 2030
  • Key milestones to meet during the DSO transition
  • Adjusting to the rise of distributed energy resources
  • Engaging with customers, stakeholders and industry peers to develop whole system

Sotiris Georgiopoulos, UK Power Networks | Future of Utilities
Sotiris Georgiopoulos

Head of Smart Grid Development , UK Power Networks

Flexible foundations for a customer-centric energy system

  • Our electricity system is changing: what challenges lie ahead?
  • How will smart home devices unlock flexibility?
  • Empowering and supporting customers throughout the transition to a decarbonised lifestyle

Tom Pakenham | Ovo Energy
Tom Pakenham

Director of Electric Vehicles , Kaluza

Panel discussion

Strategic priorities in a changing world: sharing plans across the industry

  • Working together to carve out the future as an industry
  • What will the energy ecosystem of the future look like?
  • Taking advantage of the incredible opportunities that digitalisation offers
  • What will the future role of suppliers and networks look like?
  • Resetting company culture to adapt to the digital revolution

Rebeacca-Sedler, EDF Energy
Rebecca Sedler

Director of I&C , EDF Energy

Kerry Maisey, Drax Power | Future of Utilities
Kerry Maisey

Director of Smart Integration and Business Readiness , Drax Power

Sotiris Georgiopoulos, UK Power Networks | Future of Utilities
Sotiris Georgiopoulos

Head of Smart Grid Development , UK Power Networks

Tom Pakenham | Ovo Energy
Tom Pakenham

Director of Electric Vehicles , Kaluza

Session 2

11.10 - Reinventing the customer journey | The electricity system of the future

Blue Stage: Reinventing the customer journey
Red Stage: The electricity system of the future
Chaired by

Matthew Roderick n3rgy
Matthew Roderick

Founder , n3rgy

Case Study | EDF Energy

Use of Data in a fast changing energy market


Filomena-La-Porta - EDF Energy
Filomena La Porta

Head of Data Analytics, Reporting & CRM , EDF Energy

How Smart data will drive innovation

The roll out of smart meters means going from a few meter reads to many thousands a year.  What does that mean for suppliers? What are the opportunities and risks to be considered? Sharing recent experience from Australia, Lacey Montague will consider how UK energy suppliers should approach the challenge and the tools they need to do this.

Lacey Montague, Gentrack | Future of Utilities
Lacey Montague

Product Director - European Utilities , Gentrack

Panel discussion

Keeping up with the tech giants: creating frictionless experiences

• Mapping out a vision for the future: reframing the relationships utilities have with their customers
• Offering value-added services to go the extra mile
• Standing out from the crowd: grabbing the attention of the customers of the future
• Finding inspiration: who are the organisations to look to for excellent customer service?
• Segment of one: strategies for making each interaction feel entirely individualised
• Meeting rising expectations: investing in customer experience to keep pace with other industries


Bill Bullen, Utilita Energy
Bill Bullen

Chief Executive Officer , Utilita Energy

Pamela-Conway - Drax
Pamela Conway

Digital Director , Drax Retail

Jon-Paull - Octopus Energy
Jon Paull

Operations Director , Octopus Energy

Filomena-La-Porta - EDF Energy
Filomena La Porta

Head of Data Analytics, Reporting & CRM , EDF Energy

Chaired by

John-Richardson, SGN
John Richardson

Head of Innovation , SGN

Rethinking traditional approaches

• Transforming business models to work together to deliver on the nation’s carbon reduction commitments
• Adapting approaches to deliver truly innovative solutions
• Stepping up to the challenge of delivering the energy network of the future


Andrew-Roper - SSEN
Andrew Roper

Distribution System Operations Director , SSEN

Case study | Zero2050

Speeding up the progress of decarbonising South Wales

Zero2050 is an initiative led by National Grid building partnerships to work collaboratively to achieve a zero-carbon future. Ili will discuss some of the preliminary results from the novel approach to innovation using design thinking.


Iliana Portugues
Iliana Portugues

Head of Innovation , National Grid

Transforming the distribution system: Vision 2025 and technology roadmap

• Identifying the relevant technology domains
• Defining a technology supported vision
• Designing the associated roadmap


Paulo Líbano Monteiro - EDP
Paulo Líbano Monteiro

Director of Technology and Innovation , EDP Distribuição

Panel discussion

Developing strategies fit for tomorrow’s ecosystem

• What is the role of networks on the journey to a lower carbon future?
• Continuously adapting and evolving: viewing entire ecosystem change as an iterative process
• Working with suppliers to deliver more from the energy market
• How can networks ensure consumers are empowered as energy systems become more local
• To what extent is it important for networks to be transparent and open?
• Using technology to extend the reliability and resilience of the network
• Ensuring that vulnerable customers are protected as the networks undergo transformation


Paulo Líbano Monteiro - EDP
Paulo Líbano Monteiro

Director of Technology and Innovation , EDP Distribuição

Andrew-Roper - SSEN
Andrew Roper

Distribution System Operations Director , SSEN

Iliana Portugues
Iliana Portugues

Head of Innovation , National Grid

Randolph Brazier ENA
Randolph Brazier

Head of Innovation and Development , Energy Networks Association

Giovanni Coppola
Giovanni Coppola

Innovation Manager , Enel

Session 3

13.55 - Innovative propositions for a smarter era | Developing a flexible electricity system

Blue Stage: Innovative propositions for a smarter era
Red Stage: Developing a flexible electricity system
Chaired by

Matthew Roderick n3rgy
Matthew Roderick

Founder , n3rgy

Case Study | Social Energy

Social Energy’s network is made up of its customers, their solar and their storage, all wirelessly linked, creating a power station in the sky. It connects its customers’ solar to approved energy storage products and trads that energy through its AI software and utility. The pass revenue this generates through to customers, resulting in electricity bills that are up to 70% cheaper. Find out more about this innovative proposition to understand how disrupters are challenging what it means to be an energy supplier.


Lizzie Hieron, Social Energy | Future of Utilities
Lizzie Hieron

Managing Director , Social Energy

Unlocking the predictive power of smart meter data

Digital innovation begins with a deep understanding of what drives customer behaviour. Join David to understand how to leverage data using machine learning insights in order to translate customer data into usable information that will help you unlock its full value.


David Boundy, Innowatts, Future of Utilities
David Boundy

Chief Technology Officer and General Manager Europe , Innowatts

Ensuring that the most vulnerable benefit from the smart revolution


Matt Cole | Future of Utilities
Matt Cole

Head of Policy & Social Energy , npower

Panel discussion

Innovation in a smart world: adopting new thinking in a data rich environment

• How realistic is the threat of entrance from technologically-savvy rivals outside the industry?
• To what extent does the industry have the analytical capacity to make the most of smart metering data
• Using smart propositions to support vulnerable customers
• How important will new technology become over the next 5 years?
• Utilising data to create a more personalised experience
• Providing further services: the end of energy as a commodity?


Matt Cole | Future of Utilities
Matt Cole

Head of Policy & Social Energy , npower

Lizzie Hieron, Social Energy | Future of Utilities
Lizzie Hieron

Managing Director , Social Energy

David Boundy, Innowatts, Future of Utilities
David Boundy

Chief Technology Officer and General Manager Europe , Innowatts

Chaired by

John-Richardson, SGN
John Richardson

Head of Innovation , SGN

Case Study | UK Power Networks

Flexibility Roadmap

Flexibility is the future for electricity networks. Hear the radical propositions UK Power Networks has been looking at to drive the market for flexibility services, so that you can reduce your customers’ bills.


Efstathios Mokkas, UK Power Networks | Future of Utilities
Efstathios Mokkas

Energy Markets Lead , UK Power Networks

Panel discussion

Adapting the system to changes in the way energy is produced and consumed

• The role of flexibility in future networks
• The road towards becoming a “neutral market facilitator”: key milestones en route to the DSO
• Integrating different storage technologies across the system
• To what extent will demand-side response play a role in the future?
• Creating a market for flexibility services
• Building a business case for energy storage technologies


Amit Ozra
Amit Oza

Managing Director , Belectric

Ben Godfrey - Western Power Distribution
Ben Godfrey

Network Strategy Team Manager , Western Power Distribution

Rick Parfett, Association for Decentralised Energy | Future of Utilities
Rick Parfett

Policy Officer , The Association for Decentralised Energy

Efstathios Mokkas, UK Power Networks | Future of Utilities
Efstathios Mokkas

Energy Markets Lead , UK Power Networks

Session 4

15.45 - Opportunities for tariff innovation in a smart world / Energy supply market structural reform | The opportunities and challenges of electrifying the future

Blue Stage: Opportunities for tariff innovation in a smart world / Energy supply market structural reform
Red Stage: The opportunities and challenges of electrifying the future
Chaired by

Matthew Roderick n3rgy
Matthew Roderick

Founder , n3rgy

Case study | Agile Octopus

Plunge pricing: designing a tariff for EVs, storage heaters, and off-peak users

By creating tariff structures for different types of customers, Octopus Energy has been able to carefully design products that expertly cater to the needs of its consumer. Learn how to think outside the box and innovatively use smart meter data to deliver services that are tailored to different segments.


Charlie Cook, Octopus Electric Vehicles | Future of Utilities
Charlie Cook

Smarts Projects Manager , Octopus Electric Vehicles

Using a Google Design Sprint to create products customers really want

Rapidly testing out new ideas with customers is the key to delivering innovative products and services. During this session, Simon will show how he and his team of designers and technologists use Google Design Sprints to define, design, build and test tech-based ideas with customers in a matter of days. Including a recent case study with a large retail utility company seeking to improve customer engagement whilst reducing the cost to serve.


Simon Sear | Future of Utilities
Simon Sear

Chief Innovation Officer , BJSS

Energy supply market structural reform

Adjusting regulation to disruption

The energy market has been transformed over the past 24 months by disruptive business models, innovative technologies, and environmental policies. Is the current framework still fit-for-purpose? To what extent does regulation facilitate further innovation in the industry? Join this session to understand the role of regulation in the profound transformation the market is undergoing in its effort to secure clean, reliable and affordable energy.


Chris Harris RWE npower Future of Utilities
Chris Harris

Head of Regulation , npower

Chaired by

John-Richardson, SGN
John Richardson

Head of Innovation , SGN

Panel discussion

The role of grids in meeting the 2030 renewable heat and transport targets

• Tripling peak capacity: how can networks cope
• Is the pace of network change adequate?
• Innovation strategies to meet new demands
• Balancing mobility needs with network resilience
• Using smart technology to dynamically balance supply and demand
• To what extent is the pace of network change set to facilitate the Government’s goals
• Low carbon solutions: going beyond electrification


Karl Anders
Karl Anders

Managing Director, eMobility , innogy

Sally Fenton

Head of Smart Energy Innovation , BEIS

Pedro Marques, EDP | Future of Utilities
Pedro Marques

Commercial Deputy Director , EDP Distribuição

16.45

Chair’s closing remarks and drinks reception

09.00

Chair’s opening remarks - Hayley Monks, Managing Director, Think, Inspire & Create

Session 5

09.05 - Adapting to full-ecosystem disruption

Chair’s opening remarks


Hayley Monks, Think Inspire & Create
Hayley Monks

Managing Director , Think Inspire & Create

Rethinking the role of a supplier: energy as a service

  • Undertaking a new approach in energy to adapt to industry disruption
  • Leading the transition towards a more sustainable and secure future
  • Using technology to make lives easier for customers
  • The future of the connected home: IoT, energy saving products and technological innovations

Chris-Russell-Tonik-Energy
Chris Russell

Managing Director , Tonik Energy

Disruption is certain: is technology or collaboration the answer?


Malcolm Fletcher

Product Manager , AMT Sybex

Panel discussion

Future priorities for a smart, flexible energy market

  • Which technologies are most likely to take hold over the next 5 years?
  • Taking advantage of the new commercial opportunities disruption presents
  • Making the most of the new sea of data
  • Thinking differently to deliver true value to customers
  • Developing new processes to transform operations and reduce costs

Chris-Russell-Tonik-Energy
Chris Russell

Managing Director , Tonik Energy

Steve Atkins, SSE | Future of Utilities
Steve Atkins

DSO Transition Manager , SSE

Mike Shirley SmartestEnergy
Mike Shirley

Deputy Vice President, Marketing , SmartestEnergy

Session 6

11.05 - New business models for a smarter market | An update on the smart infrastructure / Ramping up installations to unlock the benefits of smart

Blue Stage: New business models for a smarter market
Red Stage: An update on the smart infrastructure / Ramping up installations to unlock the benefits of smart
Chaired by

Hayley Monks, Think Inspire & Create
Hayley Monks

Managing Director , Think Inspire & Create

Keynote address

Putting customer experience at the heart of the energy transition

The future energy world combines smart networks and intelligent solutions, but it will fail without the most important element of the equation – people. Transforming a brand means more than just offering new products, it is about revolutionising ways of working and how you deliver for customers for the long term. Join Belinda to discover how E.ON is leveraging direct customer experience to involve and excite customers in the future energy world.


Belinda-Moore - E.ON
Belinda Moore

Director of Marketing and Communications , E.ON

Case study | GnERGY

Providing gas and electricity in an open and honest way

GnERGY is a new breed of community energy suppliers in the UK offering competitive pricing and transparent billing. Managed by ex-Gurkhas GnERGY boasts that it runs its company the same way it approaches life – with efficiency, commitment, simplicity and honestly. Customers can even drop into the office to chat things through face to face. Hear more about GnERGY and how its different from ‘traditional suppliers’ so that you can understand the changing competition in the energy market to inform your business strategy.


Tikendra-Dewan - GnERGY
Tikendra Dewan

Chief Executive Officer , GnERGY

The Customer Engagement Maturity Model: don’t get left behind

Many Energy companies find it hard to prove the value of their CX initiatives. Translating core beliefs in customer lifetime value, loyalty, evangelism, into tangible business benefits sometimes feels too big and audacious. It takes a certain level of maturity within an organization to evolve thinking around customer engagement. Figuring out where you are and what needs to improve next is a key challenge. Developed in conjunction with Forrester, the Customer Engagement Maturity Model quantifies maturity in four areas, shows tangible lift between stages, and highlights the widening gap between experts and experimenters.


Lloyd Buxton, Bold360 by LogMeIn | Future of Utilities
Lloyd Buxton

Major Account Manager , Bold360 by LogMeIn

Case study | Twenty Energy

Twenty Energy is a unique energy provider that has set aside 25 million shares in the company to split amongst the charities nominated by its customers, whilst promising to deliver best in class levels of service with fair and simple pricing plans. This is a new model for the sector catering for consumers that care about the values of their supplier. Join Kevin to learn more about this exciting new supplier to take stock as the industry evolves.


Kevin-Stoker, My Home Energy
Kevin Stoker

Chief Executive Officer , Twenty Energy

Panel discussion

Redesigning business models to be resilient to the disruption ahead

• Adapting business models to a changing market: new avenues in a smarter world
• What will the role of a supplier be in a data rich, smart future?
• How might consolidation develop over the next 5 years?
• What can be done to improve consumer engagement with the energy market?
• How can branding be used to reduce customer churn?
• What role can technology play in helping the industry escape commoditisation?


Belinda-Moore - E.ON
Belinda Moore

Director of Marketing and Communications , E.ON

Kevin-Stoker, My Home Energy
Kevin Stoker

Chief Executive Officer , Twenty Energy

Bram-Van-Der-Wal - Essent
Bram Van Der Wal

Head of Strategic Marketing Development International , innogy SE

Tikendra-Dewan - GnERGY
Tikendra Dewan

Chief Executive Officer , GnERGY

Neil Barnes - Ofgem
Neil Barnes

Deputy Director , Ofgem

Chaired by

Jeremy-Yapp-BEAMA-Future of Utilities
Jeremy Yapp

Head of Flexible Energy Systems , BEAMA

Connecting smart meters to their users: an update from the DCC


Chris Barlow

Innovation Director , DCC

WAN coverage update: North region

Arqiva connects people for an enriched and safer life, delivering communications and broadcast technology that’s innovative and secure. As part of this it provides the smart metering network for the North of England and Scotland.


Robert Puryer, Arqiva | Future of utilities
Robert Puryer

Head of Smart Metering Programme , Arqiva – CSP

Ramping up installations to unlock the benefits of smart
Case study | Drax Power

Undertaking the smart metering rollout: the Drax Power story


Kerry Maisey, Drax Power | Future of Utilities
Kerry Maisey

Director of Smart Integration and Business Readiness , Drax Power

Case study | IMServ

Using great service as a differentiator

IMServ is one of the UK’s leading Energy Data Collection and Meter Operations service providers, covering over 25% of the UK’s entire electricity consumption with over 300,000 metering points.


Chiko Wade, IMServ, Future of Utilities
Chiko Wade

Services Business Development Manager , IMServ

Understanding the advantages of behavioural science for increasing installation rates


Jesper Akesson, The Behaviouralist | Future of Utilities
Jesper Akesson

Managing Director , The Behaviouralist

Session 7

13.50 - Innovation hub | Securing smart benefits for consumers

Blue Stage: Innovation hub
Red Stage: Securing smart benefits for consumers
Chaired by

Hayley Monks, Think Inspire & Create
Hayley Monks

Managing Director , Think Inspire & Create

In this session, hear presentations and demos from those driving innovation in the utilities sector.


Demo | Localz

Improving customer experience and efficiency through location technology

Uber has turned the service world on its head setting a whole new standard for day of service communications. ‘Uberized’ consumers expect real-time transparency and control. The Localz operational platform enables real-time tracking of the service technician, accurate ETAs and two-way communication. Localz “on my way” messaging increases customer satisfaction and improves first time access rates. A solution being used by the likes of the RAC, DPD, OVO Energy and British Gas, Localz takes the communication complexity out of on the day service, providing businesses with mobile workforce solutions to deliver a frictionless last mile customer experience. 


Louise Robertson, Localz | Future of Utilities
Louise Robertson

Global Marketing Director , Localz

Demo | n3rgy
Simply liberalising and commoditising access to smart meter data so that all innovators and entrepreneurs can launch our future energy systems and services. No longer is smart meter data hidden behind regulation, complex technical systems and high costs. You can get access to the smart meter data from millions of homes and businesses immediately plus the tools you need to ensure compliance with general data privacy needs.

Matthew Roderick n3rgy
Matthew Roderick

Founder , n3rgy

Demo | Qbots

Qbots’ mission is to build and operate a Federated Power Plant that aggregates and utilises flexibility in consumer demand along with renewables & battery storage. This enables localised trading and balancing, for building smart energy systems of the future.


Vijay Natarajan

Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer , Qbots Energy

CASE STUDY | Gorilla

Meet Gorilla, the next-gen utility pricing engine

Without an intelligent pricing system, businesses cannot run efficiently because quote calculations can take up hours, data isn’t maximised to its full potential and billing runs fail. Learn more about the benefits of a pricing & quoting system that is built for the scale and complexity of the utilities industry so that you can adapt your products faster to make more money from new and existing customers while reducing risk.


Ruben-Van-den-Bossche, Gorilla, Future of Utilities
Ruben Van den Bossche

Co-founder & Managing Director , Gorilla

Building a flexibility marketplace

James Johnston is the CEO and Co-founder of Piclo, the UK’s leading online marketplace for local flexibility trading. Prior to Piclo, James spent 3 years researching microgrids at University of Strathclyde. James is also the founder of Solar Sketch, a design company for the solar industry and worked at international engineering firm Arup. He is a published author contributing chapters to Academic Press books on peer-to-peer energy and local flexibility trading.


James-Johnston, Piclo
James Johnston

Chief Executive Officer , Piclo

Chaired by

Jeremy-Yapp-BEAMA-Future of Utilities
Jeremy Yapp

Head of Flexible Energy Systems , BEAMA

Building consumer protections into smart homes

There are potential benefits to the new tech but our research shows the journey to ‘smart’ should come with safeguards. The way people engage with their energy — and the energy market more widely — is likely to change in the coming years. One contributing factor could be the smart home. As these products become more embedded in people’s daily activities, we also need to ensure they’re protected from possible detriment.


Rajni Nair, Citizens Advice | Future of Utilities
Rajni Nair

Senior Policy Researcher , Citizens Advice

Generating insights from smart meter data

There are significant challenges associated with performing the necessary analysis of smart meter data to unlock its potential benefits. Anastasia will explore how this data is different from traditional consumer consumption data due to its temporal nature and its implications for insights.


Anastasia Ushakova

Computational Social Scientist &Teaching Fellow in Statistics , University of Edinburgh

Understanding future technology options as a result of the SMIP

Phil Steele leads Octopus Energy’s work on innovative time-of-use tariffs and connected products and services. Learn how metering can be used to unlock new propositions for customers to offer up real benefits from the SMIP.


Phil Steele, Octopus Energy | Future of Utilities
Phil Steele

Future Technology Evangelist , Octopus Energy

Learning to live in a smart home


Tom Hargreaves

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Social Science , University of East Anglia

Session 8

15.20 - Consumer engagement

Chaired by

Hayley Monks, Think Inspire & Create
Hayley Monks

Managing Director , Think Inspire & Create

Differentiating messages to ensure the widest possible reach: an update from SEGB


Liz Dawson, Smart Energy GB | Future of Utilitie
Liz Dawson

Policy & Public Affairs Manager , Smart Energy GB

Panel discussion

Finding the sweet spot: tailoring messaging to speak to every consumer

  • New strategies in customer engagement for a smarter energy market
  • Communicating value to customers: defining a united strategy together as an industry
  • Listening to your data: adapting and evolving based on what works
  • What is the role of loyalty in customer engagement?
  • Adjusting customers to the developments of the system: communicating the benefits of change
  • How can technology be used to improve engagement

Patricia Sanchez Diaz, British Gas | Future of Utilties
Patricia Sanchez Diaz

Customer Experience Lead, Senior Manager , Centrica

Jocelyn Mcconnachie - National Grid
Jocelyn McConnachie

Customer Experience Expert , Independent Consultant

Tom Pollock

Head of Insight Delivery Services , Northern Gas Networks

Stephen Murray

Head of Energy , Moneysupermarket.com

Session 9

16.15 - Long term priorities for the energy market

Keynote closing address

Dermot-Nolan Picture
Dermot Nolan

Chief Executive Officer , Ofgem

16.35

Chair’s closing remarks and end of conference - Hayley Monks, Managing Director, Think, Inspire & Create

Set up meetings with our networking app

We want you to find the best connections possible and so, this year, we’re using the networking app, Brella.

With Brella, you can view the event schedule, see who is attending, and easily connect with your fellow delegates with the ability to set up 1-to-1 meetings in our designated Brella networking zone. 

1. Set up your profile

Tell us a bit about yourself – who you are, who you work for, and what topics you’re interested in

2. Time for matchmaking magic

Let everyone know who you want to meet – Brella’s unique algorithm will suggest the most relevant connections based on your interests

3. Book your meetings

Before the day, you can start booking in meetings with your fellow attendees – you can show your availability too so you won’t miss out on any content!

4. Time to meet-and-greet

Arrive at your chosen time to meet up with your new contacts in our designated Brella networking zone. You’ll even have your own assigned table. Easy! 

Who Attends

“I would recommend colleagues attending next year’s Smart Energy conference – It is absolutely relevant for folk relatively new in their career…all the way through to senior decision makers who will benefit from the rounded perspectives shared throughout the two days.”

Head of Policy & Social Energy, npower

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