The Renewables Event launches full seminar programme

by Search Gate staff. Published Wed 09 Sep 2015 13:39

The Renewables Event (15-16 September, NEC, Birmingham) has announced its full, free to attend seminar programme, supported by headline sponsor GE Intelligent Platforms and associate sponsor Lightsource RE.

The Renewables Theatre will feature headline presentations from Government together with sessions from a range of large blue-chip companies, including Marks & Spencer, Bentley Motors, Greggs, Land Securities, Nestle and Tesco.

“The free seminar programme at the Renewables Event is renowned for the quality of practical advice on offer for large industrial and commercial end-users,” says Russell Bacon, Environment Portfolio Director at i2i Events. “This year’s content builds substantially on this reputation under the watchful eye of our expert chair, Professor Rob Holdway, from Giraffe Innovation.

A dynamic line-up of speakers will be addressing key topics and issues, ranging from Government renewables policy and legislation to solar strategy, energy storage and the key financials, all brought to life by real-world applications from end-users at the cutting edge of on-site renewable deployment.”

Among the headlines sessions delivered by thought leaders in commerce and industry will be:

• Indeer Poonaji, Head of Sustainability at Nestle, will talk about the company’s renewable strategy, including its onsite anaerobic digestion plant, the largest in the UK

• Lydia Hopton, Property Project Manager (Plan A) at Marks and Spencer will outline how solar is an integral part of the retailer’s approach to business

• Andrew Robertson, Head of Site Planning at Bentley Motors, Neil Pennell, Head of Sustainability and Engineering at Land Securities and Paul Rhodes, Group Safety, Health and Environment Manager at Greggs will debate how to successfully implement large scale solar projects

• Richard Clothier, Managing Director at Wyke Farms and Bernd Leven, Group Energy Manager at Tesco will discuss how on-site renewables can meet the heating needs of a business.

The programme will also feature a Government presentation on future policy for the UK renewables sector and a panel discussion exploring the renewable incentive and regulatory landscape for industrial and commercial end users. The Renewable Energy Association, the British Photovoltaic Association and the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) will all be playing an active part in the programme.

Among the major names taking part at The Renewables Event will be AFS Biomass, Environ UK, GE Intelligence Platforms, Juwi Renewable Energies, Lark Energy, Schletter UK, Sedna Aire and Zero. Renewable technologies which will feature at the show include: Biomass, Biogas and bio fuels; Heat Pumps and Hydro; Micro CHP; Solar PV and Thermal; and Wind. Visitors from last year’s show include Rolls-Royce, the British Army, Quorn Foods, Jaguar Land Rover, Heineken and Sainsbury’s.

In 2014 the Renewables Event, the Energy Event and the Water Event welcomed 7537 visitors. The show hosted more than 190 exhibitors ranging from energy suppliers and utilities to consultants and blue-chip manufacturers. The Renewables Event is supported by key industry and government bodies, including the Renewable Energy Association, the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA), the Major Energy Users Council (MEUC) and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). For more information please visit www.therenewablesevent.com or follow @EnergyReneWater on Twitter.



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