Peter Dennis is a director at Philip Dennis Foodservice, a family-owned wholesaler based in Ilfracombe, Devon. He has overseen the company’s recent 4MW battery storage investment, which the firm is using to along with wind and solar to mitigate energy costs. He is now considering how to decarbonise the company’s fleet.

Tom works on a range of aspects of the UK and Irish energy markets, helping clients evaluate and deliver their strategic goals.

At Cornwall Insight, Tom has:

  • Supported a global institutional investor on energy supply and DSR due diligence
  • Supported on the commercial due diligence on a number of battery storage deals
  • Led the development of Cornwall Insight’s frequency report

Tom has 10 years’ experience working across a range of energy roles at EDF Energy, Ofgem and Origami Energy.

His specialist areas include: Flexibility, frequency, response, investment appraisal and energy policy.

Daniel has experience in the UK energy  and transport sectors. He’s currently leading on smart energy systems as a senior member of the Mayor’s Energy for Londoners team at the Greater London Authority. He works closely with organisations in London, UK and Europe, including central and local government, businesses, research and community groups to set an overall zero carbon vision for London. He’s contributing by leading investments and activities in distributed energy resources and markets that are clean, flexible, affordable and ready for the future.

Caroline leads the development of the Association’s power sector policy and regulatory work focusing on combined heat and power and demand-side energy services – working closely with members and policymakers to promote the sustainable development of the decentralised energy sector in the UK.

Caroline joined the ADE from RenewableUK where her work in the policy team included the Levy Control Framework and its support schemes, network charging and reform to balancing and capacity markets across low carbon technologies. She was also heavily involved in supporting technology-specific policy development with a particular focus upon emerging technologies including tidal and wave energy.

Caroline holds a MSc from Oxford University and a BA from Manchester University.

Matt is an innovation and low carbon networks engineer at WPD, and leads much of its work around flexibility and demand-side response.

James Johnston is the CEO and Co-founder of Piclo (formerly Open Utility), a software company with a mission to solve the energy trilemma. Piclo helps DSOs source demand-side flexibility to reduce network congestion and is running trials with UK Power Networks, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks and Electricity North West. Piclo is funded by BEIS and strategic investors including Ian Marchant and are winners of European Utility Week’s Startup of the Year Award and is a Bloomberg Business Innovator. Prior to Piclo, James was a researcher at University of Strathclyde, managing director of Solar Sketch and an engineer at Arup.

 Currently responsible for forecasting and managing annual spend of circa £13 million on gas and power.

Formulated strategy and implementation plan as part of Carbon Trust’s NHS CMP to achieve 25% absolute reduction in CO2 emissions against 2009-10 baseline

Led a £10.4 million energy efficiency programme including project streams in lighting upgrades, BMS improvements and voltage optimisation projects

Steering an Energy Performance Contract programme to holistically identify and implement all energy efficiency options in addition to infrastructural upgrades including battery storage and EV charging

Contributed to Outline Business Case and Full Business Case to secure Board approval for design, upgrade, installation and commissioning of £11.8 million energy infrastructural scheme

Responsible for compliance with existing and future regulatory landscape around Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC EES), EU ETS, Display Energy Certificates and Estates Returns Information Centre

Managing & Purchasing the utilities portfolio for LLAOL; High level contract negotiation & management.Implementing energy management software. ISO 50001 accreditation achieved. Energy hedge buying. Managing Data. Looking into renewable energy. Energy Management, including efficiency calculations/validations. Project Managing. Budget forecasting.

Henrietta Stock is a Chartered Engineer with more than 15 years’ experience in the energy industry. She has focused her career on low-carbon technologies and industrial energy-efficiency, in particular on demand side response. She was responsible for introducing a DSR product at EDF Energy where she also contributed to the innovative Low Carbon London programme. Her career experience covers a broad cross-section of the energy industry including working on the supply, consultancy and end-consumer sides.

Henrietta is currently Energy & Carbon Manager at SES Water where she is responsible for all aspects of energy-efficiency, energy procurement, carbon reporting and flexible use of energy.