The Energy and Utility Forum brings together policy makers and policy shapers in the utilities sector.
The Energy and Utility Forum was founded in 2007 as a place of informed conversation for industry, academics and policy makers, conducive to fact grounded policies. Members hold senior positions in utility companies or are service providers to the sector.
Formulating informed policies is reliant upon complete answers to current sector questions. Eliciting the view of all potentially conflicting industry parties and academics provides decision makers with information they can act on.
Members hold senior positions in utility companies or are service providers to the sector. Meet our Advisory Board and Honorary Vice Presidents.
Chatham House Rules
The forum operates under the Chatham House Rules.
Forum discussions are not a form of lobbying, the list of attendees ensuring dispersal of points of view and issue representation.
Invitation only dinners are held throughout the year, where senior industry figures openly and informally discuss issues of importance with senior politicians.
The Energy and Utility Forum is a not-for-profit organisation, funded by selected event or generic corporate sponsorships.
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The Forum brings to the political agenda current issues in the energy and utility sector and encourages conversation and education.