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International & Influential Speakers Gather to Bring Decentralised Energy Across the UK

published: 2014-05-08 18:10

As we approach the launch of Decentralised Energy Forum, the distinct bill of speakers continues to grow. Most recently recruited for the robust lineup is Keynote speaker, Georg Houben, Project & Coordination Officer for Smart Cities & Communities Team European Commission. 

Responsible for bringing cities, industry and citizens together to improve urban life via sustainable solutions, Georg will share his experience on stakeholder management and decentralised energy’s potential within London.

Also added to the extensive list the organizers have attained is Nigel Farren, Member of DECC Community Energy Contact is the newest member.

As the Founder of Energise London, he has made outstanding contributions to the field of social enterprise, establishing community energy initiatives in London’s boroughs.

Farren is famed for his current trading as Energise Barnet, Energise Ealing, Energise Harrow and Energise Waltham Forest, propelling a pan-London community making renewable energy affordable for all.

The speaker list offers diversity in topics for delegates to discuss, debate, and learn about. 

From Waitrose, IKEA, Trillion Fund to the Deputy Mayor of Helsinki & Pure Leapfrog Chief Executive, its a rare opportunity to enhance your knowledge, share best practice, take away tools and contacts that will help with developing cases for large-scale onsite energy production. To see the full list of speakers go to //www.decentralisedenergy.co.uk/speakers

Sign up to Decentralised Energy 2014 on 13 May at 5* Jumeriah Carlton Tower, London to hear Georg Houben, Project & Coordination Officer for Smart Cities & Communities Team European Commission and Nigel Farren, Member of DECC Community Energy Contact amongst 200+ Government, Local Authorities, financiers, technology providers, consultants and corporate businesses driving forward community energy projects.

About Decentralised Energy

Decentralised Energy 2014 is an annual event brought by Climate Action. Established in 2007 and headquartered in London, UK, Climate Action has, for the last six years, worked in a unique, contractual partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) – the world’s foremost body on environmental protection and stewardship.


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