Dr. Tim Rotheray, Director, Association for Decentralised Energy
Tim was appointed Director of the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) in August 2013 having previously led the team as Head of Policy and Communications. Tim is responsible for the development and implementation of the Association’s vision for the energy system and oversees the Association’s strategic relationships with members, government, regulators and wider stakeholders.
Tim joined the ADE as policy manager at the beginning of 2010 from the Micropower Council where he also held a policy role. During his time in the sustainable energy sector, Tim has also worked for the National Assembly for Wales where he researched the renewable energy potential and barriers in Wales.
Tim sits on a number of working groups including the RHI industry advisory groups for OFGEM and DECC, the National Grid embedded generation benefits focus group and also OFGEM’s smart grid forum. Tim is also part of OFGEM’s future trading arrangements working group, the CBI’s energy policy committee, the business energy forum and an observing member of the Electricity Market Reform collaborative steering group.
The UK is striving to implement low carbon city networks across the country from hydrogen cities and district heating to integrated smart energy systems. The session will address challenges and opportunities this infrastructure space presents to the investor community, assess the viability of low carbon networks roll out and ways in which it can be […]