Our stakeholder engagement during the autumn marks the start of the development of our 2019 scenarios. This year, we are evolving the way we engage with our stakeholders with the launch of the Call for Evidence (see below), followed by our stakeholder workshops. We are planning some themed events in October and November and we will share more information about these soon.
Our intention for the stakeholder workshops is to explore any issues emerging from the Call for Evidence and to discuss key themes for FES 2019.
The workshops are planned for:
Warwick – Thursday 18 October
London – Thursday 25 October
Registration for these workshops has now closed and we have had an overwhelming response from stakeholders wanting to join us. Thank you to everyone who took their time to express their interest. Invitations have been sent out and for those unable to join us on the day, following the workshops we will share more information through our newsletter.
We are always looking for ways to adapt how we engage to meet the needs of our stakeholders and to make sure everyone has an opportunity to share their insights with us. Throughout September, we ran a Call for Evidence as a start to our work for FES 2019. We wanted to provide ample opportunity for our growing stakeholder base to engage with us and to help us develop next year’s scenarios. In this Call for Evidence we explored a range of energy demand and supply issues and invited comments on these.
The consultation has now closed, but we will be sharing a summary of responses in November through our newsletter. If you wish to see the questions we asked, click here.