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:

The Clean Growth Strategy for Energy

Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 09:00 to 13:00 CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP, Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street, London EC4N 6AF
  • Clean Growth as part of the UK’s Industrial Strategy

  • Patterns of sustainable investment: incentives and implications for rates of energy infrastructure change

    Climate Markets Investment Association
  • How do current providers of security of supply transform to remain fit for purpose

    RWE Generation
  • Low Emission Mobility

  • 1.   Next generation network management and the balancing role of real-time data
    2.   Data as infrastructure - challenges on integration and market structure

    Electralink, Electron
  • Delivering Nuclear as a Regulated Asset in the Context of the Clean Growth Strategy

    EDF Energy
  • Clean Growth London - incentives and opportunities to deliver a smart energy future as part of an integrated sustainability strategy for the capital