Having recently confirmed Lord Sebastian Coe KBE as the keynote address Energy Solutions are pleased to announce a full line-up of leading industry figures and companies, who over the two days will go some way to addressing the very real issues affecting the energy management sector.
This year, the new look Energy Academy will play host to the Energy Sense Conference Programme, a free-to-attend series of seminars led by major energy management institutions, providing expert opinion, advice and the presentation of key case studies. Confirmed speakers include: Liam O’Sullivan, programme director, Low Carbon London; Karen Lawrence, director development, Energy Saving Trust; David Kennedy, chief executive, Committee on Climate Change, Malcolm Anderson, environmental adviser, National Trust and Paul van Heyningen, head of sustainability & estates, Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC).
The Renewables Theatre returns this year with a focus on the future prospects for micro-renewables and the critical role of renewable energy in our future prosperity. Renewables experts will discuss existing initiatives such as the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and consider the overall business case for this dynamic, and much anticipated market. Confirmed speakers include David Hunt, vice chair – Onsite Renewables Sector Group, Renewable Energy Association (REA), Shaun McCarthy, chair, Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 and Jacqueline Balian, head of RHI Operations, New Scheme Development, Ofgem.
Adrian Newton, UBM Live group director for Safety and Building Management, said: “We are really excited about our education programme this year, the dynamic and informative sessions across the two days will bring together some of the best minds within the Energy world. The lively debates will tackle major issues including the UK government’s Green Deal and how this will be delivered. Our continued investment in the education programme at Energy Solutions provides a unique opportunity for the industry to come together and drive change.”