Engage Consulting Sponsors an Evening of Sustainable and Innovative Energy Solutions

Energy UK’s next Lightning Bolt Talk is on June 4, 2024, at The Swan in London. This event will feature a lineup of engaging speakers addressing “The challenges the sector faces – from supporting customers to achieving Net Zero – require fresh thinking and new ways of unlocking the power of information.” Energy UK 

The evening event, scheduled from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, is in The Balcony Room above the Swan at the Globe, overlooking the vibrant heart of Bankside, London. It’s an opportunity to network and engage with innovative thoughts and ideas from across the energy sector.

The speakers have been confirmed as: 

  • Marzia Zafar, Ofgem: Data and Digitalisation 
  • Greta Lowson, EDF: Incentivising consumer flexibility 
  • Jonathan Morgan, Cyolo: Cyber security and energy 
  • Michael Jary, Sense: Using AI to understand home energy use

As the sponsor, Engage Consulting is committed to fostering discussions that pave the way for sustainable and innovative energy solutions. We believe in the power of information to unlock new opportunities and solutions for the energy sector. This event is an ideal platform for professionals to gather, share, and inspire each other towards greater achievements. 

We invite all industry professionals to join us for this event. It’s an opportunity to gain fresh perspectives, meet like-minded experts, and discuss new ideas that could shape the future of energy in the UK. Take advantage of what promises to be an engaging and insightful evening. 

Register now to secure your place and be part of the conversation that drives the future of energy!  

Getting to The Swan at the Globe 

The Swan is located near several tube stations. From Blackfriars Station, you can walk about 10 minutes along the Thames to reach the venue. Southwark Station is also nearby, offering a straightforward 15-minute walk that brings you to the heart of Bankside. Alternatively, St. Paul’s Station is across the river, about a 15-minute walk via the Millennium Bridge, providing scenic views of the Thames as you approach the venue. 

The Swan at the Globe does not have a parking facility, so attendees are advised to use public transport. However, if driving is necessary, the nearest public parking is the Baynard House Car Park on Queen Victoria Street, about a 12-minute walk from the venue. 

 

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