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Calling all public sector energy leaders! Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to shape the future of net zero at the EMEX 2023 Public Sector Roundtable Networking Meeting.

EMEX has partnered with The Cabinet Office, Local Partnerships, and Crown Commercial Service to convene these highly-anticipated, invite-only sessions on November 22 - 23. Discuss key challenges, solutions, and priorities across sectors in small, impactful groups. Network with those spearheading change. Gain actionable insights to accelerate your own net zero strategy.

Back by popular demand, these round table sessions will take place in a private room overlooking the water at the back of the EMEX exhibition hall. 

  • Open to public sector employees only

  • Places are limited so apply early to ensure your place

  • No reporting - Chatham House rules

  • Welcome refreshments and introduction session

  • Round tables of up to 10 people each, hosted by a moderator, each on a different topic

  • Join two discussion sessions of 30 minutes each, with refreshment break for networking

  • Tables will be filled on a ‘first come, first served’ basis on the day

Click here for topics and more information on each Day 1 and Day 2 

DAY 1: 22 November 2023  1030-1150 Hosted by: Local Partnerships Supported by: Crown Commercial Service

DAY 1: 22 November 2023  1030-1150

Hosted by: Local Partnerships

Supported by: Crown Commercial Service

Table topics will include:

- Preparing business cases – using the HM Treasury Green Book model (Local Partnerships)
- Delivering a net zero carbon estate (Energy Systems Catapult)
- Retrofitting of public estate for energy efficiency
 

 

DAY 2: 23 November 2023 1145-1315 Supported by: Crown Commercial Service

DAY 2: 23 November 2023 1145-1315

Supported by: Crown Commercial Service

Table topics will include:-

- How is the public sector estate adapting to climate change? (Cabinet Office)
- How is nature recovery being considered in the public sector? (Cabinet Office)
- Developing strategy and the practical challenges of delivering net zero (Coventry City Council)
- Net zero - ambition to action: What frameworks, tools and techniques are needed to deliver change (Local Partnerships)
- Case studies: Learning from projects that didn’t get delivered and why (Chelmsford City Council)
- Public procurement of innovation (PPI) in the transport sector (Crown Commercial Service)
- Unlocking sustainability through procurement (Crown Commercial Service)

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

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  • Patrick Heron

    Patrick Heron

    Senior Property Sustainability Adviser - Sustainability & Asset Performance, The Cabinet Office