Ashden conferences and events
Ashden International Conference 2016, Moving up the energy ladder: how can we amplify electricity access?
How can people in off-grid areas climb the energy ladder, and faster? And how do we combine grid and off-grid electricity? Join the discussions on Tuesday 7 June.
Ashden/Arup Conference February 2016, Tackling energy demand and management to achieve real reduction in non-domestic buildings
Designed by Ashden and Arup, this one day conference will offer new ideas, solutions and expertise from the best in the sector. An accompanying exhibition and unrivalled networking opportunities will inspire you to make the moves to achieve real energy reductions in your buildings.
Find out how some of Ashden’s 2015 UK Awards finalists are overcoming the barriers to scaling up sustainable energy and helping accelerate the transition to a low-carbon world.
Ashden Conference 2015, The Business of Energy: Enterprising solutions to the energy access challenge
Across the developing world, enterprising businesses are innovating with technology, marketing and business models to bring clean, safe energy to millions. But how realistic is it to expect the private sector to solve the poor’s energy needs?
With our morning session focusing on international finalists, an afternoon panel discussion hosted by BBC broadcaster Dame Jenni Murray discussed the financial, health and social benefits of clean energy for women and girls.
The 2013 Conference asked whether we are on brink of a sustainable energy revolution. With presentations and films from all the year’s UK, travel and International winners, we also heard from the finalists of our Awards for Small Island Developing States.
2012 was the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All, and our conference focused on how to make universal energy access a reality.
13 Ashden partners as well as our winners participated in this conference. Jonathon Porritt, Founder Director of Forum for the Future and Ashden Trustee gave the keynote address. Panel discussions covered the Green Deal and local energy.
Our 2010 Conference included presentations from Ashden winners d.light, the Rural Energy Foundation and the Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust, as well as other winners from 2010. Panel discussions about carbon finance and policies provoked lively debate.