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Future of energy storage at home and in the workplace

Time: 13.00-14.00

Location: Breakout room 2/3

This session is delivered by Regen and Moixa. Apply below...

 

What does the future hold for energy storage? How will it impact the way we consume and supply energy both at home and at the office?

The past 18 months have seen a massive shift in the way consumers use energy, which has resulted in a significant increase in the level of interest in the energy storage market in the UK. The need to decarbonise the energy system and effectively transition to a low carbon economy to meet the UK’s legal Climate Change Act (2008) objectives, has resulted in a change from a centralised to a decentralised energy system. This change, is nothing short of a revolution in how, when and where we generate energy.

This workshop will provide businesses with an overview and insight into the short, mid and long-term opportunities that are presented through the technology developments in the energy storage market, as well as a clear picture of how advancements in energy storage technologies will impact and benefit their work and home life in the not so distant future.

The workshop will allow delegates to develop an understanding of the developments in the energy market with a focus on energy storage, to enable them to benefit from the latest market innovations, and to help them capitalise on the upcoming market opportunities.

We are already becoming accustomed to the role of smart meters, could batteries be next?

About Regen

Regen are an independent not for profit that use their expertise to work with industry, communities and the public sector to revolutionise the way we generate, supply and use energy. Regen offers independent expert advice on all aspects of sustainable energy delivery. They use their technical, financial and policy knowledge to support a range of public and private sector organisations to make the most of their clean energy opportunities.

Olly Frankland, Project manager, Regen  

Olly manages a variety of projects and has developed specialisms in electric vehicles, community energy, domestic energy storage and microgeneration. He works across a large spectrum of technologies, provides policy updates for the industry and is involved in supporting the sector deliver a renewable revolution. Olly previously worked on the £6.3m EU-funded Ready for Retrofit programme as a business support manager, growing the south west’s energy efficiency and microgeneration sector. In his spare time, he volunteers as a director for Totnes Renewable Energy Society and attempts to run up hills (ideally off-road).

https://www.regen.co.uk/

About Moixa

Moixa is the UK’s leading residential Smart Battery storage and energy management company. Moixa invents, manufactures and distributes smart energy technology including the Moixa Smart Battery range and Moixa GridShare - the battery asset management software platform that enables consumers, social landlords and utilities to use energy in an intelligent and useful way.

Dudley Moor-Radford, Managing Director, Moixa

Dudley began his career with Cable and Wireless developing cable TV networks across the UK. He had a five-year stint at ITV as Marketing Director where his primary focus was digitising and commercialising national TV shows. He was a co-founder of Easyart, which became Europe’s largest online art store, subsequently sold to www.kingandmcgaw.com. In 2010, he joined the founding team at Homesun, as Operations Director, building the largest fully funded solar asset, subsequently sold to Aviva for £100m. He became Director of Domestic Solar at Lightsource in 2014, prior to joining Moixa in 2016. Dudley’s responsibilities include developing new product propositions, marketing and brand development and both direct and indirect sales channels.

http://www.moixa.com