Frameworks for a low carbon future: Key building blocks for success

Falmouth, 23 - 24 May 2011

Falmouth Energy Week is a national annual conference and forum for the dissemination of cutting-edge ideas, and leading the transformation in decision-making and energy policy design. We are pleased to announce that for the second year running the event is sponsored by Scottish and Southern.

Following on from the success of the two previous years, FEW3 will again bring together central decision-makers and stakeholders within energy policy in the UK to discuss the urgent transformation required to move towards a sustainable energy system.

The conference will be held over two days in Falmouth and will feature distinguished speakers and delegates from industry, government, NGOs, academia and community leaders. Previous conferences have been attended by a wide cross-section of the energy sector at the national, regional and local level and commended for the calibre of speakers and the relaxed atmosphere that allows for open discussion and stimulating debate.

The Keynote speakers from Falmouth Energy Week 2010.

FEW 2010 Keynote speakers (left to right): Gordon Mackerron (SPRU), Jim Skea (UK Energy Research Centre), Catherine Mitchell (Energy Policy Group, Exeter University), Mark Yeoman (Convergence Cornwall) , Damian Carr (Guardian) and Steve Cirrell (Green Cornwall)

A conference dinner will also be held at the Maritime Museum in Falmouth on Monday 23rd May.

The Falmouth Energy Week is organised by the Energy Policy Group (EPG) based at the University of Exeter’s Cornwall Campus. The EPG focuses on evidence based, cutting edge research with direct policy relevance, on a sustainable transformation of the UK’s energy sector.

FEW - sponsored by Convergence for Economic Transformation FEW - sponsored by Scottish and Southern EnergyUniversity of Exeter