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IET Presidential Address:Nick Winser 'The real future of energy - will the customer ever be King?


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IET Presidential Address

Date and Time

05 October 2017 - 18:00-20:00


Exeter, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - SW:Devon&Cornwall local network.

About this event

An opportunity to meet the local IET committee with refreshments and a broadcast of the IET Presidential lecture.

Our energy systems have been developed by government and industry over a number of decades with key decisions being made from the top-down over its future operation, delivering great benefits to consumers over a long period of time.

However with the need to decarbonise our energy system being ever more present, consumer voice and consumer choice now play a prominent role in shaping the market, products and services available and may allow the customer to finally be king.

The IET President’s Address will highlight how the challenges these changes will bring, will provide exciting opportunities for our engineers working in the energy sector as the industry must learn to innovate quickly in new products and services, invest in infrastructure and to continually integrate a complex and fast-moving energy system.


18:00: Tea Coffee

18:30 Broadcast Lecture

19:30 Close

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Not the lecture theatre.
Room to be confirmed.

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