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Training

Net zero business forum

9.15am - 12.15pm

Our online Net zero business forum offers members the opportunity to benefit from Cornwall Insight’s expertise and insight on energy policy, regulation and markets. The forum is aimed at large corporate and public sector consumers and individuals involved in energy management, procurement and CSR.

Our experts will discuss net zero policy and regulatory frameworks for energy and how this impacts the risks and opportunities your businesses are facing. The forum also provides an opportunity for you to share innovation and best practice.

We already operate other forums for domestic and non-domestic suppliers, flexible and renewables generators and investors.  Our forums allow members the opportunity to talk to our experts and provide a great chance for members to exchange information and views with each other and us, as well as discuss common issues and concerns.

The forum is held on a bi-monthly basis and will be delivered online and face-to-face. Full supporting notes will be provided at each forum.

The forum will be supported by Cornwall Insight’s monthly insight report Energy: Net zero, which covers the key policy and regulatory changes and market innovations in the UK and elsewhere that will help deliver net zero targets.

Find out more about Energy: Net zero here, Energy Market Bulletin here and Energy Spectrum here

Please contact Neil Mearns if you would like more information at n.mearns@cornwall-insight.com or call 01603 542119.

 

Next Forum:
10th September 2020

Upcoming course dates for
Net zero business forum

  • 10th September 2020

Plan your training pathway

All Cornwall Insight courses are arranged within training pathways, easily allowing you to select which level you required. Simply choose from the drop down below to view our development pathway.

1
Foundation
Course
Introducing the GB energy market
2
Intermediate
Course
GB energy retail competitive landscape
3
Advanced
Course
Electricity settlements: from the meter to the bank