The Energyst Event

10:00-12:00: Net zero: From policy to delivery

A Praseg-hosted session covering the policy requirements to enable a path towards net zero

12:15-13:00 Delivering decarbonisation locally

Council strategies, needs and implications for business

14:00-14:40: Net zero before 2050

How and why businesses are pushing deeper, faster

15:00-15:40: Financing decarbonisation

Matching investment and business needs

16:00-16:40: Zero regrets

If businesses do just one thing…

 

Day 1 Mezzanine theatre

09:30-10:15: Decarbonisation: a competitive advantage

How businesses are decarbonising to drive growth

10:45-11:30: Digitise to decarbonise

From basic sensors to digital twinning – and why it matters

12:00- 12:45: Decarbonisation as a service

Is outsourcing decarbonisation smart business?

14:00-14:45: How to sell net zero to the board

How to create a net zero plan that gets c-suite buy-in

 15:00 – 15:45: Bringing landlords into net zero

Driving change through collective pressure

 

Day two: Main stage

09:30-10:15 Renewable power: Outlook and business implications

How increasing penetration impacts business economics; a medium term view

10:30-11:15 PPAs: Clean power to the people

Making a mass market, productising and aggregating PPAs

11:30- 12:15 Flexibility: Where’s the smart money?

What converging markets mean for flexibility providers

14:00 – 14:45 Prosumer strategies: Taking control behind the meter

Best value, least risk options, key considerations

15:00 – 15:45 Energy efficiency: Counting carbs

Adding carbon benefits to the business case

 

Mezzanine theatre:

10:00- 1045: Decarbonising heat: Electrification or green gas?

11:00-11:45: Decarbonising heat: Green gas choices

12:00 12:45: Decarbonising heat: Where are all the heat pumps?

14:00-14:45 Decarbonising heat: Does CHP have a future?

1500: 15:45 Decarbonising heat: Phase change materials: Commercially viable?

 

To add: Sponsor zone sessions, as created with sponsors.

 

The EV Theatre

The EV event covers all things electric vehicle. Expert speakers will provide delegates with insight into key opportunities and challenges across the following areas:

 

Where to start

  • Mapping your journey: data gathering, analysis to understand requirements
  • Vehicles: availability, volumes, visibility
  • Incentives: Benefit in Kind explained
  • Procurement & management: converging roles and responsibilities, how to make a smoother switch; reporting and accounting considerations
  • Work and home billing – how to reconcile and account
  • Quantifying carbon benefits

 

Infrastructure choices

  • Chargers: slow, rapid, fast
  • Capacity and connections: key considerations
  • Smart charging & future proofing
  • Bundled services (e.g. including solar, storage)
  • Vehicle to building and vehicle to grid
  • Shared infrastructure
  • Operating models

 

Alternative fuels

  • Technology choices, availability, economics
  • Infrastructure challenges
  • Funding & financing

 

Keynote speakers, expert insight, panel discussions, best practice, case studies, knowledge sharing and road-mapping.