YEP holds another Forum – speakers include Dr Luke Warren, Dr Paul Westacott and Dr David Powell

Energy UKYEP is an Energy UK initiative, launched in July 2013, in partnership with EY. To date, Energy UK has held several meetings of the Forum, with guest speakers discussing current issues in the energy sector. EY has been instrumental in establishing the Forum and continues to lead the debate around talent in the energy industry by partnering with Energy UK on this initiative.

A spokesman from EY said:

“The forums bring together young professionals from across the energy landscape and offer a valuable platform to discuss key issues and opportunities facing the industry, help career development, and provide the opportunity to engage with more senior energy leaders.”

Following on from initial success, a Steering Group has now been formed to deliberate upon the development of the YEP forum moving into 2014 and beyond. The Steering Group is formed from young professionals, representing participating Energy UK member companies.

YEP will hold it’s next event on 8th May in London so join their speakers as they discuss developing technologies, and how they will assist in securing energy supply with the strict decarbonisation targets the industry faces.

The YEP Forum helps build strong and supportive networks across the industry, providing opportunities to share experiences and learn from each other.

Currently, the speakers for the event include:

Dr Luke Warren – CEO, Carbon Capture & Storage Association. Discussing: how CCS is a key tool in tackling climate change, providing energy security, creating jobs and economic prosperity
Dr David Powell –  VP European Nuclear Power plant sales GE-Hitachi. Discussing: Next generation nuclear: Solving some of the UK’s nuclear legacy issues using PRISM

Dr Paul Westacott –  Research Associate Imperial College London. Discussing: PV within the UK, focusing not only on the PV technology, but also other enabling technologies such as energy storage

Hugh Yendole –  Programme Manager for UK project Development DONG Energy. Discussing: How offshore wind farms fit into the future generation market and the challenges they face

Event details Thursday 8 May, 6pm – 9pm (registration from 5:30pm), Hosted by EY, 1 More London Place, London SE1 2AF.
EYThis event is free to attend for Energy UK members, space is
limited so places will be handed out on a first-come first-served
basis.

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