As the UK builds back greener from Covid-19, the way we live and work is changing beyond recognition, driving a shift to more decentralised, smarter lifestyles.
As a result, businesses are seeking to capitalise on the need to build zero-carbon cities, homes, and energy efficient systems, and to embed a step change in behaviour and outcomes to meet Net Zero. To enable this, smart should not be viewed as optional: will we need smart as standard.
In the decade that will be crucial to delivering the UK’s net zero target, this radical rethink is more necessary than ever. By turbocharging data capture and enabling smart optimisation, we can create new models of work and living, rapidly decarbonise the economy and offer everyone a vision of a brighter, greener, more empowered future. But how do businesses maximise opportunities in this area and what collaboration is needed to drive change?
Join us at this year’s Smart Energy Conference to hear how a 'smart as standard' approach can enable flexibility providers to drive the net zero transition and help energy users reap the rewards as the economy builds back greener.
Date: Wednesday 21 April
Venue: Online - joining details will be sent on receipt of RSVP
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.