Renewable Energy in the Public Sector

Date

Tuesday 26 October

Time

8:30am- 5:00pm

Location

The Barbican, London

Organisers

CO2 Balance, Public Service Events, CPD Certified

Target audience

The event offers an ideal opportunity for delegates from across the public sector to learn how to achieve energy targets, while saving and even making money with renewables.

The event itself

From August 2010, local authorities are allowed to sell energy that they produce back to the national grid, providing an additional source of revenue, ensuring energy security and reducing vulnerability to inevitable increases in energy prices. Renewable Energy in the Public Sector: leading the way to zero carbon presents an ideal opportunity for delegates from across the public sector to learn how to achieve targets, while saving and even making money with renewables.

Speakers Include:

Sara Parkin (Chair) – Founding Director of Forum for the Future
Stephen Cirell – Programme Director for Green Cornwall
Gaynor Hartnell – Chief Executive, Renewable Energy Association
Rachel Solomon Williams – Deputy Head, Land-based Renewables, Office for Renewable Energy Deployment, DECC
Duncan Botting – Executive Chair and Interim Chief Executive, Scottish European Green Energy Centre
Malcolm Chilton – UK Managing Director, Covanta Energy
Cllr Andrew Cooper – Kirklees Council, “Working towards a greener Kirklees”
Will Dawson – Senior Sustainability Advisor, Forum for the Future
Stephen Ainger – Chief Executive, Partnerships for Renewables
Cllr Gary Porter – Chairman, LGA Environment Board

 

How do you attend this event

Cost:

Public Sector Rates – £295 + VAT
Private Sector – £895 + VAT

Group bookings: 3 public sector tickets for £600, 3 private sector tickets for £2000.

Please go to the Public Service Events website to book.

Contact for further information

For Programme Enquiries: Alexis May, email: amay@publicservice.co.uk

For Delegate Enquiries: Louisa Shuker, email: lshuker@publicservice.co.uk