Renewable Futures and the Green Energy Awards 2016 29 November 2016 Pathways to decentralised, flexible energy The shift to decentralised, flexible energy generation, use and supply is gathering pace. Renewable Futures this year brought together a unique line up of business leaders and policy makers to provide a valuable insight into the emerging market opportunities and the chance to build new business partnerships. View the photos here and storify story from the event here. Presentations Clive Maxwell, director general, energy efficiency and heat, Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy Adam Sims, head of commercial operations, National Grid Yoav Zinger, chief executive, Kiwi Power Nigel Turvey, network strategy and innovation manager, Western Power Distribution Chris Clarke, director of asset management and HS&E, Wales & West Utilities Alexander Howison, innovation programme delivery manager, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Robin Glendinning, principal engineer, Ramboll Environ Beth Chaudhary, head of smart policy, Smart Energy Team, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Rachel Hay, senior policy manager, Ofgem Paul Massara, chief executive, North Star Solar Edward Kenney-Herbert, energy storage manager, RES Matthew Clayton, managing director, Thrive Renewables Johnny Gowdy, director, Regen SW Conference The conference included a seminar in partnership with BEIS (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) on the smart power consultation and the role of local and community approaches to smart energy. Download the full agenda and delegate list. Download Download the event guide. Download Exhibition The exhibition featured leading businesses, developers, buyers, supply chains companies, professional services and communities. Our exhibition was a vibrant place for networking and doing business. Green Energy Awards The Green Energy Awards was a night to remember, as we celebrated the success of the south west renewable energy industry, at the Assembly Rooms in Bath. The awards were a great opportunity to entertain clients, network, reward staff and see some of the best examples of renewable energy in the south west being recognised. The 2016 awards began with a drinks reception, followed by a three course locally sourced dinner and then the presentation of the prestigious awards. 2016 Award Categories: Most Proactive Public Sector Organisation Sustainable Energy Installer of the Year Best Business Innovation Best Renewable Energy Scheme sponsored by Naturesave South West Sustainable Energy Champion, sponsored by The Crown Estate Best Energy Efficiency Building Scheme Best Community Initiative, sponsored by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Best Arts and Green Energy Project, supported by The Institution of Civil Engineers Judges included: Lord Robin Teverson Elizabeth Corrado, Power to Change Katrina Williams, BEIS Rebecca Pritchard, Triodos Emma Pinchbeck, WWF Mike Hudson, National Trust James Heappey MP Steve Atkins, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Miranda Housden, ICE Matthew Clear, The Crown Estate Emma Bridge, Community Energy England To see this year's winners, please click below. View Download the sponsorship options here, or to book an exhibition space, conference tickets, or a table at next year's event please contact Rachel Hayes email@example.com or on 01392 494399. Many thanks to our 2016 sponsors: Booking for this event has now closed.