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Phil Williams Memorial Lecture
- Simon Robert, Arup – How can economic growth and low carbon be bedfellows?
Transcript of the Phil Williams Memorial Lecture
Power to the people
- Dan McCallum, Awel Aman Tawe – Egni solar and community wind
- James Veaney, Head of Distribution Policy, OFGEM – Grid access for community energy groups
- Mark Williams, Powys Windfarm Supporters – Grass roots campaigning for wind
- Merlin Hyman, Chief Executive, RegenSW – Shared ownership; what it means for you and your community
Energy policy: 2020 and beyond
- Mark Roberts, Director, Barton Willmore- Implications of Welsh Planning Reform
- Richard Cowell, Reader, Cardiff University – Is Wales ready for devolved energy powers?
- David Moon, Lecturer, University of Bath – 2016 Assembly Elections; to be feared or welcomed by the renewable energy sector?
- John Underwood, Deputy Chief Executive, Freshwater – Renewable energy under a new UK administration
Planning the revolution
- Paul Allen: Zero Carbon Wales – managing energy demand
- Jamie Gordon, Remarkable Pendragon: Promoting renewables at a political level
- David Toke, Aberdeen University: Fomenting a revolution
- Jenny Hogan, Scottish Renewables: What does 100% renewable electricity feel like for the sector?
Wind and tidal
- Gordon Edge, Director of Policy, RenewableUK – Electricity Market Reform
- Emyr Roberts, Chief Executive, Natural Resources Wales
- Mark Shorrock, Chief Executive, Tidal Lagoon Power – The future of tidal range in Wales
- Mark Coia, Managing Director Renewables Energy & Marine (REM) Mabey Bridge – Maximising the benefits of the supply chain to Wales