MEUC’s “Big Bash 18”

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Big Bash 18

We are once again pleased to be supporting the MEUC “Big Bash 18”. This two-day conference and information forum provides the stage to discuss how large I&C energy users are responding to the rapidly changing energy market. With a programme covering the full spectrum of insight, research and data analysis, MEUC Big Bash is a date you can’t afford to miss.

If you are an end-user from industry, commerce or the public sector you are welcome to come and see for yourself how organisations like yours are responding to the new low-carbon energy market and what opportunities await you in the new water market.

Agenda

The pace of change is accelerating at exponential rates, ushering in radically new approaches to energy generation, distribution, management and storage with equally radical implications for business leaders. SSE Contract Origination Manager Richard Kelly, will present ‘Introducing PPA into a balanced portfolio’ during the two day event and you can discuss our bespoke approach to PPA with our energy experts.

To view the 2018 agenda, please click here.

No matter the concerns you’re facing, the forums and energy experts will enlighten you on the latest policy issues, helping you respond to the new markets. We look forward to seeing you on 6-7th March.

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Rob Silvester

Strategic Marketing Manager

Rob Silvester is Strategic Marketing Manager at SSE Business Energy, leading on product development through to brand and channel management of our new and existing partners. Prior to running the marketing function, Rob worked for SSE Business Energy though a range of Key Account Management roles, learning first hand customer drivers and needs of an energy supplier. Rob achieved his Business Management degree sponsored by SSE Business Energy and has put the theory into practice as the business has evolved over time, carving out a unique patch.
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