Wednesday 23 October 18:00 - 20:30

350 Euston Road

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Fuel Poverty - what's driving it and who's to pay?


Panel discussion covering what is driving fuel poverty and what the energy industry should be doing about it.

Following the success of this panel event in Salford in December 2018, the Young Energy Professionals Forum with innogy Consulting and Salford University are hosting the event again but in London this time on 23 October, to discuss what is driving fuel poverty and what the energy industry should be doing about it.

Held at Elexon’s London office, the panel discussion will cover the following key fuel poverty themes:

- Why fuel poverty is a different problem in hot and cold climates

- Why there is a difference in fuel issues between remote and urban areas

-The role of the energy industry in tackling this

The panel will feature the following speakers:

- Sian Gardner, Director Consulting Services, Utilities, CGI (Chair)

- Dr Graeme Sherriff, Research Fellow, University of Salford

- Dr Aimee Ambrose, Principal Research Fellow, Sheffield Hallam University

- Brian Withington, Tighean Innse Gall, Isle of Lewis

- Dr Rose Chard, Consumer Insight Specialist, Energy Systems Catapult

There will also be the opportunity for a Q&A and an engaged debate on the topic, before ending with networking drinks.


6-6:30 – Registration, plus canape and drinks reception

6:30-8 – Panel debate and Q&A

8-8:30 – Networking drinks

If you haven’t already, you can sign-up to the YEP Forum here:

You can also follow us on twitter @YEPForum and join our LinkedIn group here.:

This event is sponsored by CGI.


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