N-ERGY managing director David Bowman

Yorkshire power experts invited to attend European summit

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A managing director and analyst from a firm in have been invited to speak at this month’s Electrify Europe summit in Vienna, Austria.

Electrify Europe is the world’s first dedicated to the convergence underway between the power generation and transmission and distribution sectors, driven by digitalisation, decarbonisation, decentralisation and electrification.

Identified as leaders in their field, N-ERGY managing director David Bowman and data analyst Ayah Alfawaris will be in attendance at the event, which runs between 19th and 21st June and brings together some of the world’s most influential industry leaders.


data analyst Ayah Alfawaris
Data analyst Ayah Alfawaris


Former RAF engineer Bowman established N-ERGY in 2014, and the business has since achieved visible and tangible cut-through in the commercial and industrial power marketplace.

N-ERGY’s solutions include renewable energy and embedded generation services, while the business is also a market leader in the capacity and balancing market, designing and delivering Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) and battery storage solutions for developers and owner-operators.


N-ERGY founder and managing director, David Bowman, said:

It’s a real privilege to be invited to attend Electrify Europe. It’s recognition of our growing reputation as a business and a credit to the work undertaken by our growing team in recent months.

Our work takes us throughout the UK and across Europe, and we are relishing the opportunity to share ideas and host discussions with colleagues from across the industry.



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