Overview

The Westminster Energy Forum (WEF) is the leading UK industry association for the analysis of risks to energy policy delivery and energy security

Our high level, annual series of seminars provides unique insights concerning the design, development and delivery of UK energy policy and infrastructure. All Forum events are informed and attended by a range of Government departments, the private sector, diplomats and NGOs. This ensures that they are well-informed, executive level discussions that address both current and strategic risk issues affecting the sector.​

The energy seminars and conferences provide a valued context for networking of the highest order. Members of the Forum enjoy a trusted environment in which to share concerns and ideas with some of the most experienced experts in the field, representing the entire value chain of public and private sector bodies. A small number of external places are made available on a first come, first served basis to the wider interests.

Due to the level and range of our expertise the Forum's outputs are highly influential in informing the debate among corporate, parliamentary and policy networks. Book now to reserve places at our forthcoming events.

Next Event:

Annual Review of UK Renewables Policy & Delivery

Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 09:00 to 13:00 Linklaters LLP, One Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8HQ
  • Benchmarking the Renewable Energy Strategy: current matters in Review, and issues of deployment

    Michael Rutter, Deputy Director Delivery, Office of Renewable Energy Deployment - DECC
  • Review of financing and investment market across the UK’s renewable energy sectors

    Mark Henderson, Director - Greencoat Capital
  • M&A review of global renewable energy sector ¬trends, opportunities and challenges

     

    Adrian Scholtz, Head of Renewables - KPMG
  • Optimising local content in the supply chain for UK industrial expansion in heat and power sector

     

    Dr. Nina Skorupska, CEO - Renewable Energy Association
  • Market risks comparison: converting UK v. international opportunities in 2014

     

    Ilesh Patel, Partner - Baringa Partners
  • Uncertainties for developers in the UK: how erratic is energy policy deployment?

    Gordon Macdougall, COO - RES
  • UK Offshore market dynamics and supply chain challenges

     

    Mike Griffith, Business Development Director - Alstom
  • Biomass conversion update and supply chain challenges

     

    David Love, Director - DRAX
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