UK Energy Independence: Converting Strategy to Reality?

Wednesday 11th September 2024

Theatre :  Made in the UK 


This panel discussion will delve into the UK’s ambitious vision of energy independence by 2035, focusing on converting strategy into reality. Experts from offshore wind, hydrogen, nuclear, and solar sectors will discuss how to harness these resources effectively. The session will explore the economic opportunities for UK manufacturing and the supply chain, emphasizing how businesses can capture these opportunities. Key topics will include the role of technological innovation, infrastructure development, and the regulatory environment necessary to support this transition. Join us for a comprehensive analysis of the practical steps needed to achieve energy independence and the potential economic benefits for the UK.

Allan Taylor, Head of Offshore Wind Investment, Department of Energy Security and Net ZeroAllan Taylor Head of Offshore Wind Investment
Department of Energy Security and Net Zero
Catryn Newton, Director, Communications and Community Investment at Bute EnergyCatryn Newton Director, Communications and Community Investment
Bute Energy
Kamal Rajput, Strategic Business Development Lead at Tata Steel UKKamal Rajput Strategic Business Development Lead
Tata Steel UK
Luciana Ciubotariu, CEO at Celtic FreeportLuciana Ciubotariu CEO
Celtic Freeport
Ralph Windeatt is Group Head of Business Development at Associated British PortsRalph Windeatt Group Head of Business Development
Associated British Ports

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