energy u|m|r – 2017

ESTA’s 4th Annual energy u|m|r
Regional Conferences and Exhibitions, May 2017

Missed London and Manchester, still time to register for Birmingham and Edinburgh – click here

Special thanks to the conference Chairmen Jes Rutter and Prof. Martin Fry and all the speakers listed below for making these annual events a great success.

To view the pdfs of the presentations click on the speaker’s name below.

u|m|r 9 May 2017 Stationers’ Hall, London.
Conference Agenda and presentations

Market Tracking and Forecasting
Using a guide to future energy prices to prepare budgets and business plans.
Andrew Park, Managing Director, Swan Energy

Making Energy Efficiency Happen
The opportunities for property from integrating BMS, M&T and the Internet of things.
Danny Clark, Technical Energy & Sustainability Manager, JLL

Panel Session: Engaging with service and technology providers
ESTA’s ‘in-the-know’ experts share best practice advice and answer your questions.
Matt Caville, Programme Manager, Technical Services, Salix
Andrew Harrop, Technical Services Director, Armstrong UK
Julian Kay, Managing Director, DANLERS
Andrew Park, Managing Director, Swan Energy

OpenWater – Competition one month on.
Are you up to speed and making the most of the opportunities?
Evan Joanette, Policy Manager (Market Reform), Consumer Council for Water

The Business Case for Energy Training – the key to our energy future?
Convincing budget holders of the importance of driving knowledge within their organisation.
Jes Rutter, Managing Director, JRP Solutions

Energy efficiency – bridging the financial gap
What’s restricting large scale financing for energy efficiency projects, what’s being done to
tackle it, and why it’s important to understand measurement & verification to secure the
return on investment.
Nick Keegan, Senior Consultant, EEVS and Vice Chair of ESTA’s
Energy Performance Contracting Group (EPCG)

Panel Session: Understanding the new opportunities for energy data, storage and supply.
Blurring the lines between ‘supply side’ and ‘demand side’ and what it means for the UK.
Blockchain – Live applications in energy – Sam Botterill, Electron
Electricity Storage – Zoltan Zavody, Electricity Storage Network
Demand Side Response – Paul Lowbridge, National Grid


 

u|m|r 11 May 2017 AJ Bell Stadium, Manchester.
Conference Agenda and presentations

Understanding what Global to Local means for Greater Manchester
Its ambition to reduce its carbon footprint by 48% by 2020.
Todd Holden, Director for Low Carbon, Business Growth Hub

Market Tracking and Forecasting
Using a guide to future energy prices to prepare budgets and business plans.
Andrew Park, Managing Director, Swan Energy

Panel Session: Lighting, BEMS and Energy Saving Controls
Audits highlight savings opportunities, but how do you choose the right products and
solutions? Get it right first time and quiz ESTA member experts.
Matt Caville, Programme Manager, Technical Services, Salix
Andrew Harrop, Technical Services Director, Armstrong UK
Julian Kay, Managing Director, DANLERS

OpenWater – Competition one month on.
Are you up to speed and making the most of the opportunities?
Oliver Lister, Key Account Manager, Water Plus

The business case for Energy Training – the key to our energy future?
Convincing budget holders of the importance of driving knowledge within their organisation.
Jes Rutter, Managing Director JRP Solutions

Understanding Demand Side Response from those charged with making it happen.
Blurring the lines between ‘supply side’ and ‘demand side’ and what it means for the UK
Rhiannon Marsh, Account Manager, Business Development, National Grid

Panel Session: Engaging with service and technology providers
ESTA’s ‘in-the-know’ experts share best practice advice and answer your questions.
Dr. Lore Grohmann, Marketing Manager, Wilson Power Solutions
Richard Hipkiss, Managing Director, digitalenergy
Rob Barker, Director, Power Quality Expert
Andrew Park, Managing Director, Swan Energy

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