Towards a people-powered future for energy

RSA Event / Video / Online

 -  | BST British Summer Time

Online via YouTube

  • Circular economy
  • Climate change
  • Energy

How can we create more collaborative ways of generating, sharing and consuming energy?

Today’s energy sector is grappling with an unprecedented price crisis whilst also looking out on an ambitious journey to deliver Net Zero by 2050. This period of recovery and transformation will have a huge impact on households, businesses, and industries, potentially requiring substantial financial investment and behaviour change from us all.

With such large-scale change ahead, it is imperative to consider the power of collective, community-driven change within the energy sector.

Against the backdrop of the current crisis, an expert panel will reflect on ongoing community energy projects and discuss their place in the future of the sector. Speakers will explore how community energy fits into the vision for a just and fair green transition and ask how the sector can get better at asking ‘what if’ and creating smoother pathways for future innovation.

Want to watch this event at RSA House?

For those wishing to gather with friends or colleagues to watch in-person, this event will be live-streamed on The Steps in The Coffee House on the day of the event from 13:00. 

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