Supporting UK Energy Strategy since 2004

The Westminster Energy Forum (WEF) is an independent UK industry association whose remit is:

"To convene senior practitioners from across the UK energy and climate sector in order to help identify, and to evaluate, the key strategic issues and risks that may affect the design and delivery of UK policy and energy infrastructure."

WEF operates as a mutual trusted entity to monitor emerging and systemic challenges to the UK energy sector, working across sector silos in the overall national interest.  The WEF programme delivers independent insight and continuity for the sector via a long-established network of organisations who, together, help to assess emerging risks and ensure that the right practitioners come together to consider the relative importance of these issues for future decision-making.

Next Event:

Smarter Energy Systems - Integrating Renewables, Networks, Data & Demand Side

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 09:00 to 13:00 Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AQ
  • Enabling sustainability across city infrastructure: strategies for London and beyond

    Greater London Authority
  • Towards a smart, flexible energy system

  • Business models for sustainability: making low-carbon technologies attractive and implications for corporate strategy

    Imperial College London Business School
  • Integrating new energy systems into our existing cities:  game changing challenges across power / transport / heat

  • Achieving a step change in demand-side efficiencies, system management and consumer involvement

    Smart Energy GB
  • Solar-plus-storage: empowering consumers, integrating technology

    North Star Solar
  • Delivering an efficient grid through game changing power system management

    Reactive Technologies
  • Wind sector maturity - diversifying the supply curve, and delivering next stage of innovation across a renewables portfolio

    Scottish Power Renewables