Following the success of it's 2013 and 2014 national events, Co-operative Energy is pleased to announce its Community Energy Conference 2015. This year’s event is titled ‘New Government, New Dawn’ and will be jointly hosted with Community Energy England. The Conference will also be the marque launch event for Community Energy Fortnight 2015, which is also sponsored by Co-operative Energy. The UK’s nascent community energy revolution picked up pace through 2014 and the early part of 2015, but what will be the impact of the emergence of a new Government? The UK’s Community Energy Strategy has recently been revitalised, but what will be the influence of changes to investor tax relief and the new approach of the FCA? More broadly, the EU is now progressing with its new Energy Union strategy which has the citizen at its centre, but will EU State Aid Guidelines restrict national support mechanisms? These and other questions will be explored at what has become the UK’s largest and most exciting annual gathering of community energy practitioners. Moreover, this year’s event will be free to attend (including lunch and refreshments) to ensure that as many communities as possible can enjoy access to an unparalleled range of speakers and interactive sessions. Current Topics To Be Discussed; How community energy in the UK can reach real scale Opportunities and barriers for community energy Experiences from Europe Prospects for the Community Energy Strategy Workshops: Working with & learning from others Workshops: Opportunities for community energy Successes we hope to report at next year’s Community Energy Conference Guest speakers and full agenda will be announced shortly. Sign Up for FREE today to reserve your space at what will be a truly fantastic and inspirational event. The Annual Community Energy Awards, organised by Community Energy England and Energise London, will be held in the evening of the conference. Further details of the awards and how to submit nominations can be found here FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? The nearest train station is Oxford Train Station, which is a 100 yard walk to the venue as you exit the station. There are a number of car parks within a one mile radius of the venue, starting from £2.50 for the day. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please if you have any questions then do not hesitate to contact Ryan Rushton at or on 0781 660 2323. Can I update my registration information? Please if you would like to update your registration information then contact Ryan Rushton at or on 0781 660 2323. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? When you arrive at the venue we will take your name and sign you in, you don't need to worry about bringing any additional paperwork with you. For details, link here:

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