Free one-month trial of a forum

Would you like to attend one of our forums for free? We’re offering a one-month free trial for new members to attend.

Cornwall Insight hosts several forums spanning key areas of the energy value chain. Our forums allow you the opportunity to talk to our experts and hear their thoughts on the latest developments in the market, across renewables, flexibility, energy supply, electric vehicles and financing. They provide a great chance for members to exchange information and views with each other and us, as well as discuss common issues and concerns. We also invite external experts from organisations across government, Ofgem and network companies to speak on important and topical subjects.

Whilst our forums are normally held in person, we’ve currently moved them online to make sure our members still have access to all the great benefits they provide. Holding the forums online provides the perfect opportunity for new members to conveniently join in. They can meet our experts and chat with other members.

To find out more about each forum, please click the links below:

To request your one-month free trial, please contact Emily Matthews at enquiries@cornwall-insight.com or call 01603 604400.

Senior Consultant Emma Burns recently held our first Flexibility forum online. Here’s what Emma had to say: 

One-month free trial of a forum quote from Emma Burns

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