EI LIVE | Energy Efficiency

Conference

22/09/2021 - 23/09/2021

Online

Non-Member: £150.00 (excl. VAT)
Member: £99.00 (excl. VAT)

Discover the latest approaches and strategies in energy efficiency that can help the UK reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Registration closes at 17:00 BST on 21 September 2021

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22 - 23 September 2021: virtual conference

Opportunities for accelerating energy efficiency towards net zero

According to the IEA, energy efficiency is the ‘first fuel’ that can support net zero at a lower cost and deliver a wide array of benefits to our society.

Energy intensity has the potential to halve by 2040, but meeting this target will require a transformation of our existing energy system.

This conference will present approaches and scenarios to help energy professionals rethink their energy efficiency strategies, by sharing insights on innovative techniques, technologies, and policies for accelerating progress.

Who should join:

Energy professionals from the following sectors:

Programme:

22 September 2021

09:00 Welcome to the conference
Glyn Mountford CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Director and Principal Engineer, GEP Environmental

09:10 Energy efficiency - the foundation to reach net zero
Moderator: Glyn Mountford CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Director and Principal Engineer, GEP Environmental
Christine St John Cox, Head of Modern Energy Partners, Energy Systems Catapult

Magnitude of the challenge and the potential of reaching net zero

Whole-system view of the transition, and the priority and potential of energy efficiency:

COP26 coming up:

09:35 Harnessing social and human behaviour change to promote energy efficiency
Moderator: Glyn Mountford CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Director and Principal Engineer, GEP Environmental
Michael Wayne Bexton, Director of Carbon Reduction, Energy and Sustainability, Nottingham City Council
Sarah Jolliffe AMEI, Carbon Reduction Lead, BAM Nuttall
Eur Ing John Mulholland CEng FEI, Director, Mulholland Energy

10:25 How is digitalisation modernising energy efficiency?
Moderator: Glyn Mountford CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Director and Principal Engineer, GEP Environmental
Dr Sheikh Ali MEI, Senior Solutions Consultant, Siemens
Stephen Barker, Head of Outcome-Based Solutions, Siemens

10:50 Q&A Panel & Polling
Moderator: Glyn Mountford CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Director and Principal Engineer, GEP Environmental
Dr Sheikh Ali MEI, Senior Solutions Consultant, Siemens
Stephen Barker, Head of Outcome Based Solutions, Siemens
Michael Wayne Bexton, Director of Carbon Reduction, Energy and Sustainability, Nottingham City Council
Sarah Jolliffe AMEI, Carbon Reduction Lead, BAM Nuttall
Christine St John Cox, Head of Modern Energy Partners, Energy Systems Catapult
Eur Ing John Mulholland CEng FEI, Director, Mulholland Energy

11:20 Summary and closing remarks
Glyn Mountford CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Director and Principal Engineer, GEP Environmental

11:30 Networking break

12:30 Welcome back from the chair
Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Hon President, ESTA

12:35 Overview and assessment of energy efficiency policies and initiatives
Moderator: Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Hon President, ESTA
Ian Shaw, Energy Solutions Architect, CBRE

12:50 Investing in energy efficiency and its benefits
Moderator: Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Hon President, ESTA
Murray Birt, Senior ESG Strategist, DWS Group
Nick Stansbury, Head of Climate Solutions, Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM)

13:40 Q&A and polling
Moderator: Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Hon President, ESTA
Murray Birt, Senior ESG Strategist, DWS Group
Nick Stansbury, Head of Climate Solutions, Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM)
Ian Shaw, Energy Solutions Architect, CBRE

14:10 Summary and closing remarks
Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Hon President, ESTA


23 September 2021

09:00 Welcome to the conference
Dr Michael Hancock CEng FEI, Director, Dee Associates

09:10 Shaping our industry’s workforce in a net zero future
Moderator: Dr Michael Hancock CEng FEI, Director, Dee Associates
Matteo Deidda MEI Chartered Energy Manager, Sustainability Manager - Energy and Carbon, Lloyds Banking Group
Craig McGregor, Energy Manager, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

09:55 Q&A and polling
Moderator: Dr Michael Hancock CEng FEI, Director, Dee Associates
Matteo Deidda MEI Chartered Energy Manager, Sustainability Manager - Energy and Carbon, Lloyds Banking Group
Craig McGregor, Energy Manager, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

10:25 Summary and closing remarks
Dr Michael Hancock CEng FEI, Director, Dee Associates

10:35 Networking Break

12:30 Ask the Experts Parallel Sessions

Pathways to decarbonising hard to abate sectors and the role of energy efficiency
Moderator: Vilnis Vesma CEng MEI, Director, Vesma.com
Dr Chris Williams, Head of Industrial Decarbonisation, Industry Wales
Leigh Hudson, Sustainable Fuels and Carbon Manager, International Airlines Group (IAG) and Environmental Manager, Carbon Management, British Airways
Sunil Krishnakumar, Senior Technical Manager, International Chambers of Shipping
Mark Major, Senior Advisor, SLOCAT, Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport

Delivering the ‘Mission Possible’

Energy efficiency in the industrial sector
Moderator: Dr Mark Burrows CEnv CEng FEI Chartered Energy Manager, Client Development Director - Plan Zero, Mitie
Anthony Hatfield, Senior Energy Manager, Rolls-Royce
Andy Griffiths CEnv CEng, Head of Value Chain Sustainability, Nestlé UK

Delivering sustainable and energy efficient buildings
Moderator: Sue Spilsbury MEI Chartered Energy Manager, Director, Carbon Decoded
Deborah Tagg-Wilkinson Chartered Energy Manager CEnv MEI, Head of Sustainability, Workplace, BBC
Tushant Suri, Head of Sustainable Design & Energy, Multiplex Europe
Kiro Tamer, Head of Environmental Sustainability, Keltbray
Cheryl Hiles FEI, Director, Energy Capital (WMCA)
Paul Surin, Global Engineering, Construction and Operations Segment Lead, IBM

Providing a roadmap for energy efficiency and carbon reduction of buildings to 2030 and 2050

Deep retrofitting

Tech solutions

The public sector’s role in progressing to net zero
Moderator: Fiona Hughes, Senior Consultant, Element Energy
Nasrin Khanom, Environment and Sustainability Manager, University of West London

14:45 Networking Break

14:55 Insights and outcomes from the discussion groups and Q&A

15:25 Summary and closing remarks

15:35 End of day 2

Rates:

Early-bird rate - until 2 July 2021              Standard rate - from 3 July 2021
Member: £79 + VAT     Member: £99 + VAT
Company member: £79 + VAT     Company member: £99 + VAT
Non-member: £130 + VAT     Non-member: £150 + VAT

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Contact details

Francesca Ferrari: fferrari@energyinst.org, +44 (0)20 7467 7192