- OFGEM: Green, Fair Future: Delivering the flexible energy system of the future
OFGEM: Green, Fair Future: Delivering the flexible energy system of the future
DATE: 29 July 2021
Around two thirds of electricity generation is forecast to come from wind and solar power by 2050. At the same time, the expected growth in electric vehicles and electric heat pumps could result in peak demand doubling by 2045.
Managing demand more flexibly could drastically reduce the investment in new generation storage and network infrastructure needed to maintain a reliable system, but this requires a revolution in how we use our energy.
Join this event on 29 July, to explore approaches to flexibility and energy system digitalisation with a range of expert international speakers including LEO’s Mel Bryce, in the run up to November’s COP26 climate change talks in Glasgow.
- Creating a green future through smarter and more flexible energy systems
- Consumer empowerment and protection in a flexible market
- The role of storage and interconnectors in delivering flexibility Reforming markets to reward flexibility
- Energy system data and digitalisation