Community Energy Wales Conference – What next for Renewable Energy in Wales?
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Community Energy Wales will be hosting a conference on Wednesday the 23rd of March at Jury’s Inn, Cardiff.
Following the FIT review Community Energy Wales CEW are organising an event which looks to provide an analysis on the state of play for small scale Renewables (sub 5MW) schemes in Wales and to look forward to the opportunities that are presenting themselves through smart technology, storage and non-traditional business model that could enable small scale renewables to sustainably prosper in Wales.
This event will look at state of the sector as it stands with presentations from DECC, OFGEM and Professor of Economics at Cardiff University, Calvin Jones.
CEW will also provide an analysis on how the changes to FITs impact on different types of schemes at different scales?
In addition to this we have speakers who are developing innovative technological solutions and new business models to link local supply to local demand in order to maximise the potential of their schemes. These include:
– Energy Local who will be trialling a scheme in North Wales with Cyd Ynni to use smart technology to link local supply with local demand.
There will be trade stalls available for anyone wishing to promote their products or services on the day and plenty of opportunities for networking and questions.
This event will be ideal for anyone seeking to build a business case for new investment in renewable energy. The conference will be of particular interest to those in local authorities, private sector, the social housing sector, and community groups wanting to understand how to build a compelling business case for renewable developments below 5MW.
Community Members – Free
General Members – £30
Non–Members – £100
Stalls – Members £150/Non-Members £350 (including 2 delegate spaces)
To apply to become a Member of Community Energy Wales please follow this link.
For more information contact Robert Proctor at firstname.lastname@example.org
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