The Benefits of Energy Flexibility in Manufacturing

Are you being paid for the electricity that you do not use? Get rewarded for helping the grid to go green.

Manufacturers are missing out on the revenue available from using their existing infrastructure to participate in Government sponsored energy flexibility programmes. The UK Capacity Market is designed to protect the security of electricity supply in the UK. Participants are paid for being on standby, providing a virtual safety net should demand for electricity exceed the available supply.

Tune in to our webinar for a jargon-free, straight-talking introduction to how your business can unlock cost savings, generate new sources of revenue and reduce CO2 emissions through energy flexibility programmes.

Who should attend?

This webinar is for business leaders in Operational, Financial, Procurement and Executive roles that are not necessarily utilities experts whose organisations meet any of the following criteria:

  • Manufacturers with energy-intensive processes and facilities
  • Any businesses that can temporarily reduce the energy consumption of lighting, HVAC systems or refrigeration units
  • Facilities with on-site generation capabilities such as CHPs and back-up generators or sites with battery energy storage systems

Hear from other business leaders about how energy flexibility has become an integral part of their cost management and decarbonisation strategies.

Over the course of one hour, we will help you to get a better understanding of:

  • How energy flexibility programmes work
  • Who can participate
  • How to apply
  • How much you can earn by occasionally adjusting energy consumption


Barry Hurst

Head of B2B Sales UK & Ireland, Enel X

Barry Hurst has more than 20 years’ experience in energy management solutions for commercial and industrial energy users that accelerate decarbonisation and helps them to deliver on their green commitments. He holds Degrees in Industrial Manufacturing and Product Design as well as a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.

Stephanie Gewargis

Business Development Manager, Enel X

Stephanie Gewargis is an energy flexibility specialist at Enel X. In this role, Stephanie supports industrial and commercial businesses to identify and participate in the right energy markets at the right time. Prior to Enel X, Stephanie held energy and sustainability roles at major power and renewable energy companies.

Tom St John

Multimedia Editor, The Manufacturer

Tom is the Multimedia Editor at The Manufacturer (part of Nineteen Group). His professional background is in broadcast journalism; in tv and radio. As well as writing for The Manufacturer Magazine, he leads on all our video content and is a presenter on The Manufacturer Podcast. Tom has thoroughly enjoyed immersing himself in the stories that our manufacturing and vendor communities have to tell, and views sessions like these as a valuable extension of that. 

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