The energy industry post Covid-19: third party costs and green recovery

Presented by

Louise Innes, SSE Business Energy

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Use of system charges and levies have risen substantially in recent years, due to the expansion of carbon reduction, energy efficiency and concerns around security of supply, all while we move to a more flexible, distributed energy network. Alongside these costs, Covid-19 has brought new challenges to the forefront, while the climate emergency and the requirement for a net zero future have not diminished. Join SSE Business Energy to find out how these integral issues affect you and your customer portfolio and our plans to achieve a green economic recovery post Covid-19. Speaker: Louise Innes, Commercial Director, SSE Business Energy Louise Innes is Commercial Director for SSE Business Energy and leads on all commercial management for the small and large business portfolio. Prior to this Louise worked roles in both Trading and Domestic Energy, having joined SSE in October 2014. She has ten years’ experience in the energy industry, predominantly in large business product and pricing, with previous roles at both Ofgem and Scottish Power. Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once you have viewed the webinar. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@energylivenews.com detailing the specific webinar.

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