The UK’s must-attend conference for all professionals involved in energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability

EMEX is a very efficient way of comparing your best practices and initiatives against other businesses, identify areas of improvement and source new ideas.

Grapple with the Net Zero agenda in a meaningful way with more than 100 leading practitioners and experts; over 80 CPD-Accredited seminars across 4 topical theatres

All our sessions are open for you to drop in at your convenience on either or both days of the event.

Theatre 1

Knowledge, Skills and Experience Theatre

Energy & Carbon Management Strategy →

Career & Training | Regulation & Compliance | Best Practice

In addition to the technical expertise and data analysis, the role of the energy management team is evolving. Influencing and negotiation, communication and stakeholder engagement skills are becoming ever more important. The theatre Covers a vast range of energy and carbon management strategies and experiences across various sectors, providing you with knowledge and skills how to build a robust business case for the investment in energy efficiency measures,  operational and embodied carbon offsetting projects.

2019 speakers included:

Joel Kirby Celtic Manor Group
Energy and Environmental Manager
The Celtic Manor Resort
Julia Blackwell, Energy Officer, Huntingdonshire District Council
Energy Officer
Huntingdonshire District Council
Joanna Marshall-Cook
Senior Sustainability Manager
University College London
Rhea Campbell-Smith
Sustainability Coordinator
Bourne Leisure

Theatre 2

climate change

IEMASustainability & Net Zero →

Strategies | Visions | Reporting | Transformational Change | Adaptation

In partnership with IEMA, this theatre is your unique opportunity to learn about effective techniques and opportunities for change from leading professionals creating our low carbon sustainable future.  Explore a range of common challenges, work themes, opportunities visions and strategies, from company reporting to climate change adaptation.

2019 speakers included:

Emmy Tollin, Head of partner and sustainability development at GodEl
Head of partner and sustainability development
Simon Evans
Deputy Editor and Policy Editor
Carbon Brief
Graham Oxley ENGIE
Managing Director of Energy with Services
sarah handley siemens
Carbon Neutral Programme Manager
Siemens plc

Theatre 3

Facilities, Technology and Innovation Theatre

Built Environment and Transport →

Low Carbon Retrofit | EV & Charging Infrastructure | Case Studies

This theatre explores the challenges thrown up by modern business practices and presents a vast array of solutions. It also showcases new tools, and innovative technologies available in other fields and explains their relevance to the energy professionals.

2019 speakers included:

Mike Pedley
Independent Consultant
Parthena Exizidou British Antarctic Survey
Energy & Carbon Reduction Manager
British Antarctic Survey
Frances Byron Lambert Smith Hampton
Senior Sustainability Surveyor
Lambert Smith Hampton
Global Performance Management Services Manager
Armstrong Fluid Technology

Theatre 4

Sponsored by


Energy Future & Flexible Networks →

Renewables  | Battery Storage | Demand Side Response | Security of Supply

This theatre explores the challenges of balancing energy demand with supply while reducing costs and meeting carbon emessions targets. Grid modernisation is required to meet energy supply while disruptive technologies are empowering users to monitor and manage demand.

2019 speakers included:

Naomi Rigby, Non-Financial Assurance Specialist, PwC
Non-Financial Assurance Specialist
Lesley Holloway RBS
Energy & Environment Manager
The Royal Bank of Scotland
Martin Bilton
Engineering Manager (Utilities)
Gatwick Airport
Reg Coker
Data Analyst

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