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:

Future Energy Essentials & Smart Cities: Managing the Dynamics of Supply & Demand

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 09:00 to 13:00 ARUP, 8 Fitzroy Street, London, W1T 4BJ
  • Future insights into the demands of a smart, flexible energy system

  • Energy as the driver of sustainability across cities: opportunities across the heat, power and fuel nexus 

  • Transformations required to make smart cities a reality

    Future Cities Catapult
  • Introduction to the Open Networks Project and the Electricity Network Innovation Strategy 

    Energy Networks Association
  • Decarbonising heat - overcoming the challenges posed policy, technology and markets 

  • Integrating vehicles into the energy supply system - challenge, benefits, opportunities

    Energy Technologies Institute
  • Hydrogen as an energy vector to match supply and demand

    Ecuity & UK Hydrogen Network
  • Managing the dynamics of UK smart grids - emerging insights from current applications