EMeX – The Energy Management eXchange

EMEX Exchange1

Two eXchange events will take place at Chicheley Hall in 2020 –
on 25th June and September 2020, each with a reception and dinner the night before followed by more networking opportunities than ever.

The EMEX team are thrilled to announce the return of ‘EMeX – The Energy Management eXchange‘ in 2020 with 2 retreat events (in June and September) hosted by Lord Redesdale, Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Managers Association in a wonderfully relaxed environment.

Topics on the agenda include discuss new developments on how to leverage SECR to decarbonise your supply chain and fleet along side other challenges and opportunities around climate change reporting, COP26 and government’s future regulatory plans.

This event is strictly restricted to large industrial & commercial energy consumers and sustainability practitioners, including the EMA board and a few sponsors with the following format:

  • Plenty of networking opportunities
  • Group discussions for energy consumers only
  • 15-minute meeting slots with each sponsor
  • A hosted dinner with a keynote speaker
  • Overnight accommodation available
  • Breakfast and lunch included

I&C energy consumers and sustainability managers attend at no cost (except travel to and from the event). Please complete the form by clicking the button on the right and we’ll be in touch once your application has been approved.

2020 Participants included:

Energy Manager – King’s College London | Energy Manager & Street Lighting Asset Manager – Balfour Beatty | Energy Manager – Wm Morrisons Plc | Health, Safety, Environmental & Energy Manager – Yamazaki Mazak UK Ltd | Station Development Manager – London North Eastern Railway | Energy and Carbon reduction manager – BAM Nuttall | Energy and Contracts Manager – Chelmsford City Council | Building Services and Energy Manager – National Library of Scotland | QHSE Manager – Cepac Ltd  | Operations Director – Mace | Group Energy and Environment Manager – Unite Group Plc | Project Manager – Energy Management – Bristol City Council | Energy Improvement Manager – ABF | Environment and Compliance Manager – Avara Foods | Senior Energy Manager – Viridor | Energy Manager – London Borough of Bromley | Senior Manager, Sustainability – Lloyds Banking Group | Energy Efficiency Manager – Parkwood Leisure | Sustainability Team Leader – Bourne Leisure Ltd | Head of energy & sustainability – City of London | Senior Energy Manager – Rolls-Royce plc | General Manager, Procurement – BT | Group Head of Energy and Sustainability – Bourne Leisure | Group Energy Manager – Steinhoff UK Group Property | Group Environmental and Sustainability Manager – Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd | DC Strategy – Google | Head of Sustainability – JLL |

Sponsorship costs £6,250+vat per company which includes two participants for the event with dinner, room, breakfast and lunch included. Sponsorship places are strictly restricted and available on a first come first served basis so please RSVP as soon as possible. Priority and a 20% discount will be offered to EMEX exhibitors (subject to minimum stand size).

2020 Sponsors include:

Attending this year’s EMEX Exchange gave us the opportunity to network with key decision makers from other large businesses. Events like this are crucial for our business as they enable us to discuss relevant industry topics with like-minded professionals and are a great way to make new contacts.


The EMEX eXchange hosted by the EMA team was very well organised and a great event for Powerstar to be involved in. The structure of the event enabled us to have numerous conversations around the problems that energy professionals are facing and provided an opportunity for us to explore the solutions available to help them overcome their challenges.


For more information please

mapChicheley Hall, Chicheley
Newport Pagnell
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By road

Chicheley Hall is situated about 7 miles from Milton Keynes, just 10 minutes from Junction 14 of the M1.

Directions from the M25: Proceed north along the M1 until junction 14. At the exit roundabout, join the A509 towards Wellingborough and Kettering. Turn right at the next roundabout, still following the A509. Pass over next roundabout onto a long, straight mile of dual carriageway. At the top of the hill, turn right at Chicheley Hill roundabout onto the A422 towards Bedford. After approximately 400 m, take the first right into Chicheley Road (signposted North Crawley), follow the road for approximately a quarter of a mile then turn left through the gates to Chicheley Hall

Please note that some satellite navigation systems incorrectly advise use of Hall Lane. The correct access is via the main entrance on Chicheley Road.

Follow the gravel driveway around the side of the buildings. Parking is available either on the cobbled courtyard at the side of the main house, or if this is full, please follow the gravel drive past the house (keeping the buildings on your right) and park in the green overflow carpark just beyond the buildings.

By taxi

Ask to be dropped at the side entrance of the main house (white doorway, signposted Visitors Reception) if arriving in the evening to check-in. If arriving in the morning for a meeting in the Wolfson Centre, ask to be dropped at the glass atrium.

By rail

The nearest stations are:

  • Milton Keynes Central: Regular fast trains from London Euston, Birmingham New Street and Manchester Piccadilly.
  • Bedford: Direct trains from London St Pancras

Taxis from the railway stations to Chicheley Hall:

  • Milton Keynes Central: taxi takes about 20 minutes, costs approx £20 (reduced fare available if booked in advance)
  • Bedford: taxi takes about 30 minutes, costs about £30 (reduced fare available if booked in advance)

Get in touch with us

Any queries? Please send the organiser an email and we'll get back to you, asap.


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