The event has also gained a title, SNS2022: Energy Integrated in the East and is again supported by EEEGR’s platinum sponsor ScottishPower Renewables.
EEEGR’s manifesto sets out a clear plan to support a region rich with energy sources and historically overlooked by central government through a united approach both across sectors and counties. SNS2022: Energy Integrated in the East will be a demonstration of delivery across these themes, bringing together delegates from across the four counties: Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
With so much going on and so many exciting developments in the pipeline, EEEGR strongly feels the move to early 2022 will allow greater clarity on the opportunities that these major projects and development will bring to the regional supply chain which can be shared with the SNS audience.
SNS2022: Energy Integrated in the East will be a face-to-face event taking place at the Norfolk Showground in conjunction with a digital hybrid option for delegates across the region and beyond. The goal is to ensure that audiences can participate in a way that suits them. EEEGR will then benefit from access to high-calibre speakers both in and out of the region.
The much-anticipated exhibition will undergo a complete makeover, modernising the set up with a new shell scheme, much more in line with industry international conferences. EEEGR’s new events manager, Anna Castles, said: “Working with stakeholders and members to design a conference and exhibition that celebrates the enormity of what the industry has to offer in this region has been hugely challenging and incredibly exciting.”
A miniseries of events will kick off at EEEGR’s annual Wind Week celebration, a digital event set to be hosted on October 27. Aimed to educate and celebrate the wider sector and Eastern region at large, the series will culminate in the new-look annual conference and exhibition in early March 2022.
New executive chair, Martin Dronfield, was clear about the benefits of the date change. “Moving our conference to allow enough time to put our manifesto plans in place, and bringing the region together feels right both for our growing team and our members and stakeholders," he said. "We’ve listened to feedback and built something that will truly represent and inspire at the highest level. I look forward to seeing you all there."
Further information on SNS2022 delegate passes, sponsorship opportunities and exhibiting will be released Tuesday, October 5, 2021. All of EEEGR’s event listings can be viewed online and for regular updates on Wind Week, the new mini-series and the annual conference follow EEEGR on social channels.