2017 Energy Conference

When Small means Big – Bringing Clean Energy Mainstream

Thank you Energy@Cambridge, Cambridge Cleantech and the Judge Business School for their support in putting on this event.

Thursday 8 June 2017

4:00 pm - 7:15 pm (BST)

This day included an interesting debate with energy leaders, innovators, and regulators about what we can do to bring clean energy mainstream and make the most of it. We learned how the energy is being disrupted by decentralisation that could lead to a sustainable future. From independently generating clean energy to effective energy management, some corporate leaders have already left others behind in capitlising on the shift.

Programme

TIME
EVENT
SPEAKERS
16:00

Registration

16:30

Opening Remarks

David Reiner

Professor, Energy Policy Research Group, Cambridge Judge Business School

17:00

Introduction to our panelists and refreshments

17:30

Panel bringing clean energy mainstream

Dan Barry

Global Head of Environmental Products, BP
Giovanni Terranova

CoFounder and Managing Partner, Bluefield Partners
Peter Bance

CEO, Origami Energy
Martin Schoenberg

Energy Efficiency Finance Consultant, UN Environment Finance Initiative
Pamela Taylor (moderator)

Partner Enforcement and Innovation Link, Ofgem

18:45

Closing remarks

Ilian Ilieve

CEO, EcoMachines Ventures

19:15

Networking session