Event Start:
05/05/20 17:30
Event End:
05/05/20 20:30
Update: This event has been postponed
Event Summary:

The Role of Flexibility in the New Energy Economy

Important notice: this event has been postponed.

With the escalation of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) a number of our members are facing strict travel and meeting attendance restrictions. In light of these concerns, we have postponed this event from its original date of 5 May. Once we have confirmed a new date, we will inform members by sending out an email announcement and updating our website. 

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Energy markets are moving from being based around large, synchronous fossil fuel or nuclear, centralised, transmission connected, baseload generation assets to a world with significantly larger numbers of smaller, more diverse, decentralised, distribution connected or behind the meter, intermittent and baseload generation assets contributing to energy security and the generation mix. We are entering a world of smart assets and smart grids and digitalized flexibility.

Join us to discuss the importance of the customer and the role of "big data", aggregation, automation, energy storage, renewables, active energy management, blockchain and electric vehicles in creating new energy solutions for the market.

Agenda to be announced. 

Find out more about FLN and how you can become more involved.

Important notice: this event has been postponed.


Hogan Lovells International LLP


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