01 Feb 2011 11:02:13
SMi announces efficiency conference
SMi is pleased to announce the first annual Energy Efficiency for Business conference, which will take place on the 11th and 12th April 2011 in London.
With the start of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, the incentives for UK companies to reduce their carbon emissions have significantly increased. The financial and social benefits of incorporating green policies are clear but the mechanisms for implementation of innovative technologies and procedures remain under development. This conference will bridge this knowledge gap and provide the foundation for forming sound long-term energy efficiency strategy.
One year on from the launch of the CRC scheme SMi's Energy Efficiency for Business conference will bring together senior industry experts to discuss the key considerations and challenges in cutting emissions. This solutions focused programme will inform delegates of best practice sustainability strategy, improve understanding of the impact of corporate action today and assess innovative technologies and leading industry case studies.
This high level conference programme will be delivered by some of the industry's senior professionals including:
• Tony Grayling, head of climate change and sustainable development, Environment Agency
• Pierre Dechamps, adviser energy and climate change, European Commission
• Davide Minotti, heads sustainable energy-using products team, DEFRA
• Angela Needle, head of energy consultancy, British Gas Business
• Michael Capper, B2B energy services sales and product development manager, EDF Energy
• David Cockshott, head of industrial and commercial markets, Npower
• Andrew Ogley, business sales energy solutions manager, Scottish and Southern Energy
• Myfanwy Wolf, business carbon strategy advisor, The Carbon Trust
• Martin Blake, head of sustainability, Royal Mail Group
• Mervyn Bowden, head of energy management, Marks & Spencer
• Mark McGlynn, operations buyer manager, Prêt A Manger
• Henry Le Fleming, manager, sustainability and climate change, PwC
• Andrew Stanton, head of sustainable buildings, Transport for London
For more information, please download the document, or contact us.