We want to keep members up to date with our work areas.

Below we have created a list of our key current work areas and the industry forums that we attend.

As a Regen member we want you to give you the opportunity to get involved with this work at the cutting edge of the energy revolution.

To input your views contact Felicity Vivian

Key Regen work areas:

Smart and flexible energy
Energy storage
Distribution network future energy scenarios
Local Energy markets
Network outages
  • Facilitation of the Western Power Distribution and Scottish and Southern Electricity Network distributed generation owner operator forums
  • Producing a model to estimate lost generation from outages for Western Power Distribution (in progress)
Community Energy
Electric Vehicles
  • Harnessing the Electric Vehicle Revolution paper (in progress)
District Heating
Energy Efficiency


Key industry forums we attend:

Name Description Organiser Regen contact
Charging Futures forum One place for electricity network users to learn, contribute and shape the reform of GB's electricity network access and charging arrangements. Ofgem, National Grid (facilitator) Poppy Maltby
Smart Systems forum The Smart Systems Forum has been created to help implement and steer BEIS and Ofgem’s Smart Systems & Flexibility Plan.  BEIS/Ofgem Merlin Hyman
Open Networks Project The project brings together nine of UK and Ireland's electricity network operators, respected academics, NGOs and Government departments along with the energy regulator Ofgem, to drive progress towards a smart and flexible network. Energy Networks Association Merlin Hyman
Decentralised low carbon power sector deal  The Sector Deal brings together a number of long-term joint commitments between government and industry that will help build and establish the UK’s leadership in decentralised low carbon power. BEIS Olly Frankland
Scottish and Southern Electricity Network stakeholder advisory group The Stakeholder Advisory Panel will influence the strategic direction of SSEN and its Board and it is made up of six external members, with a variety of experience and from a range of sectors. Scottish and Southern Electricity Network (SSEN) Tamar Bourne
Community Energy England Board A regen representative is a Board member of Community Energy England, the national voice for community energy in England. Community Energy England Rachel Hayes
Western Power Distribution - Connection Customer Steering Group A small forum of key sector representatives for raising issues surrounding connections with Western Power Distribution. Western Power Distribution Ray Arrell