- Distribution Network
- Generation and Wholesale Market
- Offshore Transmission Network
- Supply and Retail Market
- Transmission Network
Missed the event? Watch the on-demand recording
Around two-thirds of electricity generation is forecast to come from wind and solar power by 2035. At the same time, the expected growth in electric vehicles and electric heat pumps could result in peak demand doubling by 2045.
Managing demand more flexibly could drastically reduce the investment in new generation storage and network infrastructure needed to maintain a reliable system, but this requires a revolution in how we use our energy.
Join us on 29 July to explore approaches to flexibility and energy system digitalisation with a range of expert international speakers, part of our Green, Fair Future programme of events in the run-up to November’s COP26 climate change talks in Glasgow.
We are determined not just to do everything we can to support a carbon-neutral future in the UK, but to use COP26 to accelerate greener, fairer energy globally through collaboration on learnings and best practice.
Creating a green future through smarter and more flexible energy systems
Consumer empowerment and protection in a flexible market
The role of storage and interconnectors in delivering flexibility
Reforming markets to reward flexibility
Energy system data and digitalisation
This is a free-to-attend event from Ofgem where you can join the conversation, and connect with fellow delegates via the fully virtual event platform throughout the live sessions
Hear from an expert range of international speakers and gain new perspectives through case studies from across governments, industry and regulation in the energy sector
Learn about how flexibility across energy systems is being approached globally
Thursday 29 July 2021
12:30 – 17:00GMT +1
Broadcast live. An on-demand recording will be available on the Ofgem website after the broadcast.
Register now to book your place and get updated as we release the agenda and full speaker line-up.