Energy Solutions Expo makes sustainability a reality

25th August 2009

<p>Energy Solutions Expo, the UK’s fastest growing energy management event, has consistently evolved since its inception to reflect the most important issues facing energy users. 2009 will continue this trend as the event introduces <b>Sustainable Reality</b> - a brand new series of complimentary seminars focussing on the practical delivery of sustainability and the implications for businesses and other organisations.
Taking place from 7-8 October 2009 at London Olympia, Energy Solutions Expo is supported by the National Energy Foundation and the Energy Institute. It forms part of <b>Working Buildings</b> which is comprised of three co-located events: Energy Solutions Expo; Total Workplace Management, the UK’s largest FM and estates event and M&E – The Building Services Event, the UK’s only dedicated building services event.
The Sustainable Reality Seminar Theatre, which is hosting the educational programme, will feature more than 12 hours of free seminars and 20 expert speakers who will provide insight, practical information and direction to help turn a company’s sustainability agenda into reality. The programme will be divided into eight streams:</p><ol>

<li>The Future for a Sustainable Energy Economy
<li>Energy Legislation & Regulation
<li>Carbon Reduction
<li>Energy in Education
<li>Energy Training & Education
<li>Monitoring & Management
<li>Clean Energy
<li>Energy Savings
Each stream will contain informative seminars looking at a variety of issues relating to sustainable energy solutions. Seminar topics include:
<li>Tackling Climate Change during a Downturn
<li>Gearing up for Carbon Reduction Commitment
<li>Low Carb Refurb Makes Business Sense
<li>Energy Use in Schools
<li>Carbon Monitoring: Lessons for Footprinting
<li>Developing an Energy Saving Blueprint
The 20 top-level speakers will represent a comprehensive cross-section of the industry. Speakers include:
<li>Anna Halcro-Johnston, The Carbon Trust
<li>Craig Simmons, Technical Director, Best Foot Forward (BFF)
<li>Jacqueline Balian, CIBSE
<li>Professor Jim Skea, UKERC
<li>David Penfold, Head of Sustainability and Innovation, Sainsburys
<li>Kate Dunk, Energy Institute
<li>Dr Michael Gell, Xanfeon
<li>Richard Brailsford, Project Director, AECOM
In addition, Energy Solutions Expo 2009 will host a further complimentary seminar programme in <b>The Public & Private Sector Seminar Theatre</b>. Featuring case studies from some of the industry’s leading companies, visitors will have the opportunity to gain insight into the latest developments from the likes of Mitsubishi Electric, Energy Institute, Earth Energy and powerPerfector.
Adrian Newton, Portfolio Director for Safety and Building Management at UBM Live, organisers of Energy Solutions Expo, said: “We have worked closely with the industry to develop this complimentary programme of seminars to ensure that we are covering all the key issues. With numerous top-level speakers presenting over the two days and intriguing case studies and debates, visitors will be able to address all their sustainability needs at Energy Solutions Expo 2009.”
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