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Speeches: Leveraging relationships to build an unconventional business from a conventional platform (PDF 0.11Mb)

Wes Morningstar, Senior Vice President, Centrica Energy Canada

20 Oct 2014

Wes speaks at the Annual Energy Roundtable in Calgary about the Centrica Energy story and how our vision to build a presence in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin evolved, how we are currently building our future by investing in natural gas and why we’ve taken a different approach to building capacity for the future.

Speeches: Competition and innovation in the energy market (PDF 0.11Mb)

Ian Peters, Managing Director for Residential Energy at British Gas spoke at Utility Week Congress

14 Oct 2014

Ian makes the case that competition and innovation are interlinked; they drive each other.

Speeches: Going live with Hive (PDF 0.09Mb)

Nina Bhatia, Commercial Director of British Gas, spoke at Energy Customer Conference

08 Oct 2014

British Gas is leading the way in smart heating controls with Hive Active Heating. One year after its launch, Nina Bhatia explores the opportunities presented by new smart technology, and the lessons learnt from the company’s foray into the “internet of things”

Speeches: Going live with Hive - presentation (PDF 1.23Mb)

Nina Bhatia, Commercial Director of British Gas, slides from the Energy Customer Conference

08 Oct 2014

British Gas is leading the way in smart heating controls with Hive Active Heating. From the free installation service without obligation to switch supplier, to the app which allows easy adjustment of the wireless thermostat, Hive showcases the way in which energy retailers can interact with customers in a proactive and innovative way.

In the press: Smart Changes by Sam Laidlaw, Chief Executive

Trust in the energy sector has eroded. So what should we, and the government, be doing to keep our bills down?

08 Oct 2014

Sam writes in the NewStatesman - "Powering Up - How to meet the UK's energy needs" (page 13) that he welcomes the current investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority into how competition is working in the energy sector. A full and rigorous review by an independent body could help to clear the air and enable customer confidence in the sector to be restored.”