Confirmed Speakers include:
- Chaired by: Lord Deben, Chair, Climate Change Committee
- Lesley McNeil, Head of Wind Energy Policy, The Scottish Government
- Mary Thorogood, Director of Public Affairs, Vestas
- John Greasley, Regulation and Stakeholder Management, National Grid
- Olivia Thomas, Head of Marine Planning, The Crown Estate
- James Battensby, Head of Research and Business Development, ORE Catapult
- Ralph Savage, Global Development & Stakeholder Relations, Global Wind Organisation
- Morag Watson, Policy Director, Scottish Renewables
- Sweyn Johnston, Strategic Projects Director, Orkney Islands Council
- Neil Collar, Head of Planning, Brodies LLP
- Martyn Johnson, Head of Strategic Engagement, ECITB
Wind power is one of the largest sources of renewable energy in the UK
and will play a key role in helping the UK to achieve net zero by 2050.
But there are several challenges that the industry must address first - supply chain fragmentation, grid connectivity, future labour requirements and strict planning procedures.
Chaired by Lord Deben, Chair, Committee for Climate Change, join Westminster Insight’s Advancing UK Wind Power Digital Conference
to hear experts from government, industry and civil society.
Senior speakers from The Scottish Government, Vestas, The Crown Estate, and the National Grid
will share their insights alongside renewable energy industry experts.
This half-day event will be broadcast live from our interactive digital platform. Choose a content stream to attend live, ask your questions and take part in discussions online. Event content will be available on demand for 14 days post-event via the online platform, so you can replay any content you miss.
The Offshore stream
will provide a progress update on the UK’s offshore wind sector deal and will look at how to prepare energy networks for the increase in capacity and navigate the environmental challenges.
The Onshore stream
will cover the policy landscape and investment opportunities for onshore developers, how to streamline the consenting and planning process and gain local support.
Discover how industry can work with UK communities and government to ensure the sustainable growth of wind power.