‘Making Energy Efficiency Happen’
Crowne Plaza, Birmingham NEC
06 February 2019
ESTA Members invite you to attend the two open conference sessions (from 11.00-13.00 and from 14.00-16.00) of ESTA’s Energy Conference, network with our member experts from across the energy sector, gain valuable energy updates, apply for a special invite to our four specialist group forums and book time with one of our members.
What will I get by attending?
– Expand your network of fellow members and energy sector professionals.
– Attend 4.0 hours of relevant, targeted, CPD conference content to gain the latest insight.
– Make use of the networking breaks and sit-down lunch.
– Add your voice to industry debate in the specialist group sessions.
Already a member? you can also book your place here.
(Can’t make the next meeting? ESTA’s 2019:Q2 Energy Conference is on 13 June 2019 – put the date in your diary and check back here for more details)
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Plan your day :-
09.00 – 10.00 Registration, Refreshments and Networking for ESTA members only
10.00 – 10.45 Closed Conference Session for ESTA members’ only
10.45 – 11.00 Networking break
10.00 – 11.00 Registration, Refreshments and Networking in the downstairs foyer for invited guests.
11.00 – 13.00 Open Conference session for all attendees
11.00 – 13.00 Specialist Group – EPCg meeting
11.00 – 13.00 Specialist Group – IECg meeting
13.00 – 14.00 Complimentary sit-down networking lunch in the Restaurant
14.00 – 16.00 Open Conference session for all attendees
14.00 – 16.00 Specialist Group – aM&Tg meeting
14.00 – 16.00 Specialist Group – LaESCg meeting
ESTA Energy Conference – Making Energy Efficiency Happen (Members’ Meeting and Specialist Groups)
Draft Conference Content
ESTA Members’ Only Session
10.00 Welcome and Introduction
Robin Hale, Director, ESTA
10.05 ESTA 2019
Moving the association forward and setting new goals.
Handing over the reins, gaining more member involvement, renewing ESTA’s strategy and implementing members’ priorities
Robin Hale, Director, ESTA
10.15 ESTA 2019: Continued
Guiding your group into the next decade
Tim Holman, Chair, aM&Tg | Nick Keegan, Chair, EPCg | Jes Rutter, Chair, IECg | Julian Kay, Chair, LaESCg
10.35 ESTA Policy
Strengthening our group lobbying, feeding back vital updates and partnering the right stakeholders.
Prof. Martin Fry, Hon. President, ESTA
10.45 Networking Break and Guest Registration
Conference Session One (aM&Tg |LaESCg) – (EPCg and IECg forums from 11.00 – 13.00)
11.00 Welcome and Introduction
Julian Kay, Chair, LaESCg and Managing Director, DANLERS
11.05 ESTA LaESCg Lifetime Achievement Award
Presented to Tony Kay, previously ESTA Council Member, Lighting Group Chair and founder of DANLERS
11.15 Connected Buildings: Automate, Communicate and Integrate
Achieve more with fewer resources by implementing single-point access to building, fire, security and energy management systems.
Saeed Akhtar, Strategic Account Manager, Honeywell
11.40 ConnectedLight: Design, Comfort and Funding
Rapid payback for LED lighting is one thing, getting the right solution another. From design to approach, what are the five questions you should ask of your lighting consultants, providers?
David Lakey, Business Developer, ConnectedLight
12.05 Measuring Instruments Directive (MID) – what does it mean for end users and billing?
Pulling apart EU Directives to make sure you are confirming to the right standards for the right applications. Where and when do you need MID approved meters? What should you do if your installed meters aren’t approved?
Richard Quilter, Business Development Manager, ABB Limited
12.30 Access to data – Protecting consumers’ interests
Supplier, Smart, Advanced. Who owns consumer data and will it remain free to access?
13.00 Lunch in Restaurant with networking tables
Conference Session two (EPCg | IECg) – (aM&Tg and LaESCg forums from 14.00 – 16.00)
14.00 Welcome and Introduction
Jes Rutter, Chair, IECg and Managing Director, JRP Solutions
14.05 Introducing a new Quality Assurance Scheme concept for Energy Performance Contracting
Hear about the ESTA EPCg’s new assurance scheme proposal incorporating the QualitEE project’s criteria and how it could work in conjunction with the Investor Confidence Project Europe’s IREE certification.
Nick Keegan, Senior Consultant, EEVS and Dave Worthington, Managing Director, Verco
14.45 Scaling up business energy efficiency projects
Detailing a new £5.6m innovation competition to fund the development of new business models that can aggregate and scale up small energy efficiency projects in the commercial sector
Antoni Michael, Business Energy Use Team, BEIS
15.15 London is taking Energy Efficiency to the next level with a Mayoral Fund
More Energy Efficiency Funding, opening up opportunities in the Capital.
Peter Radford, Principal, Amber Infrastructure
15.35 Training in Energy – What happens after the class ends?
Can Training unlock the opportunities identified in ESOS Phase I + II
Jes Rutter, Managing Director, JRP Solutions
We are always on the lookout for good case studies and experts for panel sessions. If you have a good story to tell that will provide best practice / insight for energy sector stakeholders, send a synopsis through to email@example.com
ESTA holds it Energy Conference Sessions, Members Meeting and Specialist Groups every quarter. The meetings provide an opportunity to gain an industry update from external speakers, input into ESTA’s ongoing wide-ranging activities and help to shape the agenda in specific energy sectors.
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