The Energyst Event, takes place Wednesday and Thursday this week in Birmingham. Here’s why you should register to attend the free conference and exhibition:
The ADE, Energy Institute, Haven Power and LCP will outline what’s coming down the track from an energy perspective – and how this will impact your energy strategy.
ABB, Pöyry, National Grid ESO and Ylem Energy will discuss opportunities for prosumer strategies and flexibility.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Amber Energy and Edgbaston will examine what’s working – and what’s not – around energy-as-a-service.
Car rental firm Sixt will detail its converged energy strategy – across energy procurement, efficiency and demand reduction, to flexibility and onsite generation.
Bank Energi will highlight its work to build a local energy market on London’s South Bank.
Energy Pro and Tesco will outline how energy efficiency is evolving – and the resource it could ultimately become.
King’s College London, the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (Beis), Central England Co-operative and ZTP will look at how to unlock energy savings by harnessing data.
A session with Engie and a finance and Esco specialist will discuss how to achieve zero carbon – and whether it can be delivered as-a-service.
EDF Energy, Piclo, SSEN and Ecotricity will outline how to maximise opportunity from onsite generation, storage and flexibility within a changing environment.
Marston’s, Western Power Distribution, Arup and Cenex will discuss opportunities and challenges around electric vehicles, smart charging and vehicle-to-grid.
Cornwall Insight, Northumbrian Water and Squeaky Energy will provide insight into power purchase agreements – and why businesses should consider them as part of an optimal energy strategy.
All seminar sessions are CPD-accredited, so delegates that attend can notch up CPD points and continue their professional development.
Conference programme here. Register for free entry here.
Meanwhile, a fringe event, or ‘unconference’ organised by the Industrial and Commercial Operators Network (Icon), offers an opportunity to discuss all key energy topics in a less formal setting.
Icon’s sessions cover everything from how to read an energy bill, calculating RoI from energy efficiency, how to get the board on board, a debate on whether anyone actually needs an energy broker, how to demystify demand-side response, Esos and energy reporting, the impact of incoming charging regime change, how businesses can save the planet – and a pre-pub quiz.
Meet the A-Z of energy solutions providers
The Energyst Event also brings together energy professionals with service providers that can help solve both day-to-day challenges and provide strategic solutions.
Sponsors and exhibitors include:
ABB; Agriemach; Apex Engineers; Arup; British Gas Business; Buy Business Water; Centrica; Chauvin Arnoux; DANLERS; DB Group Europe; EcoCooling; Ecotricity; EDF Energy; Edina; Elcomponent; Endress + Hauser; Enel X; Energy Institute; Energy Management Ltd; Engie; Esta; G99 Services; Green Energy Consulting; GridBeyond; Haven Power; IMS; Inenco; Kiwi Power; kWIQly; LCP; Lutterworth; National Grid; New Found Energy; Poyry; The Energy Consortium; The Energy Hub; Utility Alliance; VP Instruments UK; Wilson Power Solutions; Ylem Energy; ZTP.
Energy reporting masterclasses
Energy benchmarking and performance indicators have come to the fore this year thanks to requirements in SECR, ESOS and ISO50001, which between them cover a large proportion of significant energy users.
At The Energyst Event, energy analysis expert Vilnis Vesma will hold two three-hour masterclasses covering these critical aspects of energy reporting (priced at £75). Details can be found via links at www.vesma.com/training.
The Energyst Event also offers excellent networking opportunities. Don’t miss out. Register here. We look forward to welcoming you to the event at the National Motorcycle Museum, 1-2 May 2019.