The Energy Innovation Summit (The Summit) takes place 28-29 September 2022 at SEC in Glasgow.
The Summit is without doubt the essential event for people who manage, develop and implement innovation initiatives in the energy sector. It will bring together the learning from over 60 UK innovation projects, demonstrate the value of innovation in every aspect of our energy systems, and help drive action on the next generation of innovative projects across the sector.
Previously known as the Energy Networks Innovation Conference (ENIC), this year’s event has been rebranded to The Summit as part of a new collaboration with BEIS, Innovate UK, Ofgem and Regen, opening the UK's leading energy innovation event up to wider industry as well as attracting new domestic and international delegates.
Delegate registration opens this summer with sponsor and exhibitor opportunities now available. Contact the ENA Events team to find out how you can take part in this year's biggest energy innovation event.
Why attend The Summit?The Summit is the only event of its kind, designed to bring together energy system innovators and decision makers from across the UK. You'll hear from top speakers in the industry and be able to meet your peers as well as visit an exhibition hall packed with companies offering cutting edge solutions.
Connect with like-minded people from across the sector at networking eventsMeet speakers and exhibitors as well as other attendees from across the global innovation community.
Flexible agendaCreate your own agenda to fit around your interests and availability. Choose sessions from dedicated tracks for gas, electricity & whole energy systems spread over the duration of the conference.
Sign up today!Don't miss out on this opportunity to share ideas with other innovators, get inspiration from others working in a similar field and find new partners that could help make your projects a reality.
The Summit attracts innovators from the energy sector from across the world and is the UK’s flagship knowledge dissemination event for the electricity and gas energy network operators.