We have opportunities for sponsors to be involved with the Forum and also for individual events. If you are interested in details of the benefits and exposure your organisation will receive, please contact Philip Sargent. Find the contact details here.
The University of Cambridge is a Principal Backer of the Cambridge Energy Forum. The University of Cambridge has very substantial research activities in energy policies and engineering technologies..
E.ON is a Principal Backer of the Cambridge Energy Forum. E.ON is one of the world's leading energy companieswith nearly 80,000 employees world-wide.
Reddie & Grose are Principal Backers of the Cambridge Energy Forum. Reddie & Grose is a leading firm of UK patent and trade mark attorneys with offices in London and Cambridge.
Renewables East is an Advisory Member of the Cambridge Energy Forum. Renewables East drives forward the deployment and development of a full range of low carbon energy solutions into the East of England economy.
The Institute of Physics - Energy Management Group is a partner of the Cambridge Energy Forum.
The Forum is an Associate of the Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group PRASEG.
Organisers The organising team for Cambridge Energy are:

Mark Haslett

Mark Haslett, formerly of Eastern Electricity, TXU-Europe and Geneva Asset Management. In 1991-1994 Mark was responsible for chairing the cross industry team that developed the UK electricity pool trading rules.

Hugh Parnell
Hugh Parnell of the NW Brown Group, where his day-job includes responsibility for development and financial advice to growth companies and university spin-outs. Hugh is Chairman of Envirolink UK, Chair of Cambridge City's Sustainable Reference Goup, a member of the regional SDRT energy sub-group, a member of i10, and involved with other organisations aimed at helping the development of environmental technology and energy enterprises in the east of England. His background is with BP and in the City.
Philip Sargent Philip Sargent, was formerly a materials engineering research fellow at Cambridge University and software engineering manager at several Cambridge companies. He is currently running Diboride Conductors, a superconducting materials company in Cambridge.
Tim Jervis

Tim Jervis works in sustainable engineering, helping to improve the energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint of the built environment with consulting engineers Pell Frischmann. He started his career in energy with the multinational oil and gas services company Schlumberger, developing systems to improve upstream processes.


We are directors of Cambridge Energy Ltd., the legal entity managing the Forum.

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The 2005 launch of the Cambridge Energy Forum was supported with a grant from the DTI New and Renewable Energy Programme managed by Future Energy Solutions.
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The Cambridge Energy Forum is a member of eeeGr, the East of England Energy Group.

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