Guest of Honour: Richard Mellish, Deputy Director, Home & Local Energy, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
This seminar will discuss the future for energy efficiency schemes in businesses and homes across England, and next steps for energy efficiency policy.
With the conclusion of the updated Energy Companies Obligation due in March, and the CRC scheme set to end by 2019, this conference offers a timely opportunity for delegates to engage on the direction of Government policy in energy efficiency.
Delegates will assess the opportunities for improving commercial energy efficiency in energy-intensive industries and businesses, and the future for industrial decarbonisation and sector sustainability. It will also provide a timely opportunity to discuss latest trends in sustainable technology, such as smart meters and electrification of heating systems, and their contribution to both domestic and commercial energy efficiency schemes.
Additional sessions will focus on priorities for reducing fuel poverty in the UK’s most vulnerable areas - including the role of energy suppliers, as well as sustainable house building in promoting efficiency savings.
We are delighted to be able to include in this seminar keynote addresses from: Richard Mellish, Deputy Director, Home and Local Energy, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Nigel Banks, Group RD&D Director, Keepmoat; Kate Brown, Group Sustainability Director, Grosvenor; Dr Simon Cran-McGreehin, Executive Analyst, Energy Research Partnership; Jeff Douglas, Strategy Manager, Smart Systems and Heat, Energy Systems Catapult; Jeremy Nicholson, Director, Energy Intensive Users Group; Dr Jan Rosenow, Senior Research Fellow, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex and Senior Associate, Regulatory Assistance Project; Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive, Energy Saving Trust; Andrew Warren, Chair, British Energy Efficiency Federation and speaker confirmed from the National Audit Office.