ESTA invites all energy industry participants to attend its annual conference next month in this sponsored post.
ESTA’s annual event programme is going from strength to strength. On 22 October 2015 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, the demand-side industry is invited to take part in this exciting one-day conference and exhibition.
Covering vital aspects of the energy industry that we can affect change in, the summit has been designed to inform as well as understand what is happening at the ‘coal face’ in differing sectors. An opportunity for you to have your say on the future direction energy efficiency in the UK should take.
With conference sessions from expert ESTA members, covering ‘procuring energy efficiency’ and ‘The Internet of Things (IoT), an end consumer panel session considering ‘the demand-side conundrum’, views from the finance sector as well as ‘The Government Perspective’ from the Head of Business Energy use at DECC; this is well worth a day out of the office.
So join our speakers: Paul Hamblyn, Managing Director, Eurosite Power; Michael Ware, Partner, BDO LLP; Stuart Whistance, Managing Director, Cloud Enterprise Software; Victoria Hillman, Environment & Energy Manager, Rockwell; Ben Brakes, Environmental Manager, Whitbread; Michael Jampel, Deputy Director, Head of Business Energy Use, DECC; and others as we provide views on how to further the efficient use of energy across the UK.
Speaking about the event Robin Hale (pictured), Director, ESTA said: “ESTA’s role in the industry is to promote energy efficiency through the application of services, technology and best practice. As important however, is how we engage and listen to other industry stakeholders and this event is a part of that process. I would encourage all energy industry participants to come and share their knowledge and experience for the benefit of others. ”
Your voice matters. So book your free place today and join and network with hundreds of demand-side stakeholders, help to make this an event that can affect change.
For more information and to secure your summit seat visit: www.ees.esta.org.uk or call 020 3773 8165.