Community Energy England and Co-op Energy once again teamed up to deliver the country's largest and most thought-provoking community energy conference of the year. The conference kicked off Community Energy Fortnight and saw the launch of the much anticipated second State of the Sector Report.
After the success of last year, the event again took place at Renold Building, University of Manchester.
The morning plenary session presentation, including CEE CEO Emma Bridge's slides on the 2018 State of the Sector Report, and workshop notes can be found at the bottom of this page.
Please see the full list of workshops from the day below. Click through the links for more information on speakers and for presentations from the day.
- The transition from DNO to DSO – what could it mean for community and local energy?
- Storing and charging - diversifying into new markets
- How can we build sustainable models for delivering energy efficiency?
- What do we need next? Taking community energy from surviving to thriving
- Everything you wanted to know about finance but were afraid to ask
- Getting warmer - progress on community heat
- How to optimise the deal an energy generator agrees with an energy supplier, now and in the future
- Asset management - how to look after your community's investment
There was also an outstanding array of exhibitors who are supportive of the community energy sector. See here for full information on exhibitors.