Last year, 7.9 million people had to borrow money to pay their energy bills. More than 1 million children live in households that have to limit their use of heating and hot water.
Faced with this energy crisis, how can we make sure clean energy products, services and technologies improve the lives of people on low incomes?
Join us on February 29 as we bring together thought leaders and innovators to confront this critical question. Hear from businesses and charities doing things differently, and making sure the benefits of energy innovation reach those who need them most.
How can we make solutions affordable, and deliver them at scale? What policy action is needed? And how can we make sure energy innovation delivers new jobs and better health in marginalised communities?
We hope you can join us for a thought-provoking evening of presentations, discussion, networking, cheese and wine!