Join us at Network 2019, a brand-new day and night event from Network Magazine, giving energy networks the opportunity to demonstrate their passion for delivering exceptional service and innovation today, whilst identifying the business models and strategies to help deliver sustainable, low carbon, services for tomorrow.
Network 2019: helping energy networks demonstrate and deliver exceptional service and innovation today and tomorrow
Networks don’t always get to tell their positive stories. With the launch of Network 2019, that changes. The Network Forum will showcase innovation and drive forward best practice across the industry - while the Network Awards finally give energy and gas networks the chance to shout about the incredible work they do
Taking place March '19, Network 2019 is two events in one. The daytime Network Forum 2019, with a highly focussed conference format, features more than 20 speakers across 3 distinct content streams, with a clear focus on the future: strategic intel to help energy network decision-makers deliver a whole system low carbon network. And when the sun sets, celebrate the sector’s passion for delivering exceptional service and blazing a global trail for innovation at the Network Awards 2019.
Discover how to deliver exceptional service and innovation to help meet tomorrow’s UK energy needs
Prove your passion for delivering exceptional service, and your commitment to stakeholder engagement
High level, highly focussed: expert daytime conference followed by the UK’s only dedicated network awards event
Peer to peer intel: 16 hours of networking and informal knowledge sharing
From the experts at Network Magazine, brand new for 2019
Please note, award entries have now closed. To view the shortlist, please click here.
Bringing the sector together to celebrate the amazing people, teams, projects and innovations that have helped shape the UK energy industry.
Network Forum features inspirational presentations from the people setting the change agenda across UK energy networks, including:
Benedict Eyre-White, Head of networks, systems and interconnection, BEIS
Gloria Esposito, Head of projects, LowCVP
Joscelyn Terrell, Policy advisor – energy team, Office for Low Emission Vehicles
Lily Frencham, Senior policy manager, Association for Decentralised Energy
Mark Thompson, Interim head of energy, Innovate UK
Philip New, Chief executive, Energy Systems Catapult
Tom Pakenham, Director, electric vehicles, Ovo Energy
Iliana Portugues, Head of innovation, National Grid Electricity Transmission
Plus many more