Energy Institute set to kick off proceedings at Energy Solutions 2011

Martin Fry CEng FEI, Council Member, Energy Institute will be kicking off events in the Energy Academy on Day One of the authoritative educational programme taking place at Energy Solutions […]

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By Energy Solutions

Martin Fry CEng FEI, Council Member, Energy Institute will be kicking off events in the Energy Academy on Day One of the authoritative educational programme taking place at Energy Solutions (www.energysolutionsexpo.co.uk) from 11-12 October 2011.

Presenting a seminar session on Energy Decisions and The Boardroom, Martin Fry will discuss why energy should be a boardroom concern, as well as energy security, climate change and economic factors; the importance of assessing energy supply and business continuity risks; and energy management solutions and the role of renewable technologies.

Day One in the Energy Academy will also see the following expert speakers – Paul Wilson, Head – CRC Energy Efficiency Team at DECC, Shirley Bailey-Wood, Operations Director, Standards at BSI, and Harry Morrison, General Manager at Carbon Trust Standard, taking part in THE BIG DISCUSSION: The 2010/11 Energy Bill.

This debate will cover:
• An assessment of the impact of the Energy Bill on businesses; ensuring energy security – should the focus be on efficiency or developing new low-carbon energy sources?

• Achieving 100% renewables by 2050 – realisable goal or unlikely objective? Key issues in delivering the Green Deal for business; improving and simplifying CRC – linking to the wider climate change objectives
• The role of renewables and the green economy.

Visitors to Energy Solutions will benefit from serious educational content, secure a solid understanding of the latest energy legislation, industry best practice and learn from an amazing line-up of industry experts.

For the full educational programme please visit the Energy solutions website www.energysolutionsexpo.co.uk/register and register for your free pass. Follow Energy Solutions on Twitter @energysol_expo and join our LinkedIn group for the latest information.

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