The electricity system continues to change.
The growth of renewable generation has already seen significant disruption to the way power is produced.
Now advances in technology look set to transform the market further: storage, electric vehicles and innovative new business models are all poised to impact conventional operation and ownership models.
At the same time, changes to regulation have seen the removal of Levy Exemption Certificates and an increase in costs through the introduction of locational charging for transmission losses. Significant changes to embedded benefit will also have impacts.
With further reform and increasing uncertainty on the horizon, this seminar will provide delegates with a valuable overview of the arrangements in place to govern the ownership, operation and regulation of the electricity network.
Our speakers will provide you with the knowledge necessary to navigate this complex and rapidly-changing subject area.
Who should attend?
Onshore and offshore wind and storage developers, financiers and lawyers as well as anyone who has a part to play in developing a smart and flexible energy system.
This is a must-attend event for those keen to understand how a range of recent reforms to market regulation will impact costs for current and future renewable energy developments.