Discover the latest approaches and strategies in energy efficiency that can help the UK reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Energy efficiency, also known as the ‘first fuel’, is crucial for; lowering operational costs, complying with legislation, meeting consumer demand for high environmental standards, and most importantly reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Its importance is highlighted by these facts:
- 40% of the emissions abatement required by the Paris Agreement could be delivered by energy efficiency [International Energy Agency]
- 20% of large business energy bills can be saved as a result of improved energy efficiency. This translates into an annual saving of £360,000 on the average £1.8 million fuel bill across these businesses. [Carbon Trust]
- UK energy professionals in all sectors rank energy efficiency as the number one measure for meeting emissions targets. [Energy Institute (EI) Energy Barometer]
The UK’s commitment to reaching net zero by 2050 is essential but ambitious, as clarity is needed for how we can accelerate down this road, and what this means for practicing energy efficiency. This interactive online conference will provide bite-size learning and solutions over the course of the two days. Book your place to engage with high-profile speakers and discover the latest approaches and strategies in energy efficiency that can help you reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
IPIECA is proud to be a supporting organization of the event. IPIECA subscribers can get 25% off the published price – please enter promo code IPCEE25 when booking.
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- Ben Golding, Director, Energy Efficiency and Local, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
- Alex Pitman, Carbon and Energy Performance Manager, Co-op Power
- Anna Carolina Tortora, Head of Innovation Strategy, National Grid
- Richard Whitmore, Senior Lead Specialist, Energy Storage, Offshore, Ørsted UK
- Moira Nicolson, Senior Behavioural Insights Manager, Ofgem
- Andy Griffiths CEnv CEng, Head of Value Chain Sustainability, Nestlé UK
- Anthony Hatfield, Senior Energy Manager, Group Business Services, Group Property,
- Chris Buckland, Technical Director, Lightsource BP
- Kiro Tamer, Group Energy Manager, Keltbray
- Mark Major, Senior Advisor, SLOCAT Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport
- Daisy Narayanan, Director of Urbanism, Sustrans
- Keith Bushell, UK Environmental Affairs stakeholder manager, Airbus OL
- Sonia Van Ballaert, Global Client Director, IBM Global Markets
- Dr Santiago Suárez de la Fuente, Lecturer in Energy and Transport, The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources, UCL Energy Institute
To view the full line-up, agenda, and to book, please visit the website.