Thank you for all those who attended the Clean Energy Summit 2016. We packed a huge amount of content into the two days in Twickenham and achieved our aim of bringing together the diverse stakeholders driving forward clean energy supply and demand in the UK. Figures boast over 400 attendees took advantage of the huge networking opportunities and business focused discussions available, with delegates from multinational corporations, city councils, SME’s, property and real estate, policy, storage, solar PV and network operators.

Plans are in place to build on this year’s success. The Clean Energy Summit 2017 will take place in central London. The production team are working with the advisory board below to secure headline content early. We have a huge amount of branding and thought leadership opportunities. If you’re interested in being involved in the evolution of the Clean Energy Summit 2017, either as a speaker, a delegate or a partner, please get in touch with us today at

Rosie Riley

Analyst | Solar Media Limited


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Who Will Attend:

Join blue-chip corporates, energy intensive industries, resilient solar companies and pioneering local authorities as they identify the new drivers of demand in a low subsidy environment and realise a vision for UK clean energy. More specifically:

  • Finance and energy professionals from sustainability-aware corporations, retailers and energy intensive industries
  • Future planning and energy teams from local authorities, housing associations and construction companies
  • Project finance and infrastructure experts from asset owning funds and project investors
  • Solar developers, contractors, installers who can de-risk a new installation with innovative finance and standard power purchase agreements
  • Senior level executives from resilient UK solar companies
  • Energy Storage experts.


‘The Clean Energy Summit offered a good platform for energy executives to discuss current industry trends and opportunities. The recommended event for senior players across the clean energy business’ Michael Lewis, CEO, E.ON Climate and Renewables
‘A great platform on which to sit with fellow multinational corporates to discuss the issues facing sustainability and energy teams as well as identifying potential solutions.’ Anne Ollivier, Corporate Social Responsibility Advisor, Heineken
‘CES was a great event, a true melting pot of corporates, policy makers, activists, policy makers and entrepreneurs, all contributing to shaping a better energy and climate future’ Mike Barry , Director Plan A, Marks and Spencer

“Clean Energy Summit, should occupy a very unique space in your calendar, being one not to miss, but one to be challenged by the thought provoking speakers and networking conversations with like-minded professional over coffee. Having spoken in 2016, I know with the pace that the industry and technology is moving, 2017 will be an even better event”
Martin Townsend, Director of Sustainability, BRE Global Limited