EMEX 2018 Seminar Programme

5 Topical Seminar Theatres

A free-to-attend conference programme with over 80 CPD-accredited seminars curated by the Energy Managers Association and its board of major energy users. The conference programme includes the opportunity for you to meet with top industry experts, peers and numerous leading suppliers that will unveil the latest technology, energy and sustainability management strategies available right now.

THEATRE 1

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Behaviour change | Career & Training | Best Practice | Awards
THEATRE 2

Sustainability and Climate Change

Strategies | Visions | Reporting | Transformational Change
THEATRE 3

Facilities, Technology & Innovation

Built Environment | Smart Tech | Renewables | Case Studies
THEATRE 4

Renewables, Supply & Storage

Battery Storage | Simplified Taxes | Security of Supplies
FPZ

Flexible Power Zone

Demand-Side Response DSR | Demand Side Flexibility DSF

Full Seminar Programme

Saturday 25th September 2021

Inside Smurfit Kappa’s Net Zero Journey

12:00  -  12:25
Garrett QuinnGarrett Quinn Chief Sustainability Officer
Smurfit Kappa Group

Wednesday 24th November 2021

COP26 Roundup

10:10  -  10:50

Lessons learnt from large scale EV deployments

11:00  -  11:50

As businesses across the country seek to set new ways of working, many are re-focusing on their net zero targets and supporting the nation’s green recovery. With transport generating the largest volume of CO2 in the UK, at about 30% of the UK’s CO2 emissions, transitioning to a zero-emission fleet is the obvious place to start. However, large scale electric […]

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Lorna-McAtear Fleet manager National GridLorna McAtear Fleet Manager, Global Procurement
National Grid
Olly Craughan Head of CSR DPDOlly Craughan Head of CSR
DPD Group U.K. Ltd
Simon King Director of Sustainability, Social Value and Fleet MitieSimon King Director of Sustainability, Social Value and Fleet
Mitie

Keynote

11:00  -  11:50
Lord Deben Chairman of the Committee on Climate ChangeLord Deben Chairman
The Committee on Climate Change

Simplifying EV charging for fleets

12:00  -  12:50

By 2025, 75% of all EVs will be owned by businesses. For drivers, their homes will be an important location to charge vehicles. Most fleet operators want to support home charging, but are challenged in how best to handle driver reimbursement. Find out how Mina and Allstar Business Solutions have begun answering the needs and supporting UK businesses to fast […]

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Ashley Tate CEO and co-Founder MinaAshley Tate CEO & Co-Founder
Mina
Charlie Parry Non-Executive Zap-MapCharlie Parry Non Executive Director
Zap-Map
Tom Rowlands VP FleetcorTom Rowlands Vice President - Strategy
FLEETCOR

Driving Down Capital Carbon / Embodied Carbon

12:00  -  12:50

Carbon is a good proxy for resource efficiency. Extraction and processing of resources and their subsequent use in construction consumes significant energy, which is currently strongly related to carbon. Cutting the volume of materials consumed and using resources more efficiently will reduce cost as well as carbon. Furthermore, the relative significance of capital carbon will increase as the grid is […]

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David Riley Head of Carbon Neutrality Anglian WaterDavid Riley Head of Carbon Neutrality
Anglian Water

EV battery supply chain traceability

13:00  -  13:30

How do you trace the minerals and materials used in batteries? How to track related CO2 emissions throughout the complex supply chain from the mine all the way to the recycling facilities? Circulor will present their blockchain solution – Traceability-as-a-Service – that reaches parts of OEM’s supply chains that most currently have little real visibility into to verify responsible sourcing, […]

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Climate is Changing: Adapt or Fail!

13:00  -  13:50

The headlines will not be new to most people— climate change is happening, it’s caused by humans and it’s serious. This rise in temperature will come with increased frequency and severity of extreme weather events, causing devastating impacts to people and ecosystems as well as business continuity. While business efforts to date have focused on mitigation – and rightly so […]

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David Vaughan Former Director of Science British Antarctic SurveyDavid Vaughan Former Director of Science
British Antarctic Survey
Parthena Exizidou Energy & Carbon Reduction Manager British Antarctic SurveyParthena Exizidou Senior Carbon Manager (Net Zero Transition lead)
British Antarctic Survey
Sarah Jolliffe Carbon Reduction Lead BAM Nuttall LtdSarah Jolliffe Carbon Reduction Lead
BAM Nuttall Ltd
Sue Pritchard Chief Executive at The Food Farming & Countryside CommissionSue Pritchard CEO
Food, Farming and Countryside Commission

Energy Managers for the future

13:00  -  13:50

Organisations and their leadership teams know they need to act on the climate emergency and several have set ambitious and stretching targets for decarbonisation. However not many have specific actionable plans for deliver decarbonisation and there is a leadership vacuum to drive this. Given decarbonisation is largely a engineering and technology challenge, energy manager have a once in a generation […]

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Ian Beynon Head of Energy at Royal MailIan Beynon Head of Energy
Royal Mail Property & Facilities Solutions
Pradyumna PanditPradyumna Pandit Managing Director, Sustainability and Energy Services
Mitie

Decarbonising Historic and Listed Buildings

14:00  -  14:25

Around 500,000 buildings in England alone are protected by statutory listing and hundreds of thousands more are situated in conservation areas. They cover many building types from stately homes to public buildings, terraced streets and blocks of social housing. The potential carbon savings from making these buildings more energy efficient is vast. The session will focus on near-term deep decarbonisation […]

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Catherine Ross Church of EnglandCatherine Ross Open & Sustainable Churches Officer
Church of England
Matt Fulford Founder Inspired EfficiencyMatt Fulford Founder
Inspired Efficiency

Reducing The King’s Cross Estate Carbon Footprint, from Energy Supply, to Tenant Demand in a Joined up Approach

14:00  -  14:30
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In this session, we will discuss the work the Optimised Group have been carrying out on the King’s Cross Estate. Starting with evolving their tenant recharging to RICS best practice, with the addition of metering and moving to near real-time data acquisition to create transparency of individual tenant demands on central HVAC plant. We will then lead on to explain […]

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Decarbonising Heating and Cooling in University Campuses

14:30  -  14:55

The University of Reading has set itself a challenging target to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. This session will focus on the steps the university is taking to develop its heat decarbonisation strategy and how digital modelling tools are being used to inform decision making as the campus heat network transitions from fossil fuels to low carbon heating and […]

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Chris Davis UK Manager HysoptChris Davis UK Manager
Hysopt
Chris Dunham Managing Director at Carbon DescentChris Dunham Managing Director
Carbon Descent
Dan Fernbank Energy & Sustainability Manager University of ReadingDan Fernbank Energy & Sustainability Manager
University of Reading

Entopia Building : The World-First Sustainable Office Retrofit for the New CISL headquarters

15:00  -  15:25

The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) has announced in April 2021 the start of works on its new visionary headquarters. This world first for a retrofitted sustainable office building will set new standards for low energy use, carbon emissions and impact on natural resources as well as user experience and wellbeing measured against multiple benchmarks. As part […]

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Thursday 25th November 2021

Roadmap to Net Zero for the UK’s Food and Drink Sector

09:50  -  10:10

The food and drink industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector, and in 2019 was responsible for 165 million tonnes of carbon emissions covering all food and drink consumed or produced in the UK. This equates to about 17% of the UK’s carbon footprint. This places a unique responsibility upon us all across the farm to fork supply chain to […]

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Ian Wright CEO FDFIan Wright Chief Executive
Food & Drink Federation

Roadmap to Net Zero – tackling scope 1 & 2 carbon emissions

10:10  -  10:50

For food and drink manufacturers, emissions from manufacturing are the main source of scope 1 and 2 emissions, and are the only ones under their direct control. Decarbonising manufacturing requires actions across operations, including new heating technologies and improvements to processes and efficiency. This panel will discuss the potential, the options and challenges to reducing onsite emissions, where improving energy […]

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Cat Hay Head Of Policy FDF ScotlandCat Hay Head Of Policy FDF Scotland
Food and Drink Federation
Mauricio Coindreau Head of Procurement & Sustainability Budweiser Brewing GroupMauricio Coindreau Head of Procurement & Sustainability
Budweiser Brewing Group UK & I

Decarbonising Supply chains: The Next Level of Collective Action

11:00  -  11:50

Over the past few years, companies have incorporated systems for reducing Scope 1 & 2 emissions into their own business operations, but in the Food and Drink manufacturing Sector, over 90% of companies’ carbon emissions come from the supply chains. It is essential therefore that in reducing the carbon footprints of products, engaging with suppliers at each stage of the […]

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Cat Hay Head Of Policy FDF ScotlandCat Hay Head Of Policy FDF Scotland
Food and Drink Federation
Fernanda Aller Senior Sustainability Manager at Wealmoor LtdFernanda Aller Senior Sustainability Manager
Wealmoor Ltd
Gemma Brierley Global Director of Sustainable Sourcing and Human Rights at DanoneGemma Brierley Global Director of Sustainable Sourcing and Human Rights
Danone
Lee Sheppard Director of Corporate Affairs and Policy at APETITOLee Sheppard Director of Corporate Affairs and Policy
apetito UK

District Heating Networks and Decarbonisation: Lessons learn from Islington’s Bunhill 2 and GreenSCIES

11:00  -  11:25

Islington Council’s Bunhill Heat and Power Network (BHPN) is the first scheme in the world to take low-grade heat from the waste heat generated in the Underground and upgrade it to the high temperatures needed to provide heating and hot water to more than 1,350 homes, a school and two leisure centres. Building on Bunhill 2, Green Smart Community Integrated […]

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RodrigoRodrigo Matabuena Energy Capital Projects Manager
Islington Council

Project Green Rhino and the Army’s Preparations in the Race to Net Zero

12:00  -  12:50

The Army’s 1 UK Division, headquartered at Imphal Barracks in York is preparing to launch ‘Project Green Rhino’ this week, it’s a portfolio of sustainability initiatives that challenges commanding officers and their military and civilian staff to work together and put environmental sustainability at the heart of unit business. With over 32,000 personnel, 9 brigades and 89 separate establishments, Green […]

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Captain Nigel WilliamsCaptain Nigel Williams Safety and Environmental Adviser
RAMC VR
Major Peter CornishMajor Peter Cornish Sustainability Lead 1st (UK) Division
RLC

Building Ventilation – Balancing Indoor Air Quality with Energy Efficiency

12:00  -  12:500

COVID-19 has brought health and indoor air quality back into focus for Building and Facilities Managers. Many building owners are rushing to get the job done as people are getting back to work, but sadly, a huge opportunity is often missed when the focus is either on air quality or energy efficiency. This panel provide key considerations and the practical steps […]

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Graeme Fox Head of Technical BESAGraeme Fox Head of Technical
BESA Group
Greg Llewellyn Director & General Manager
Nicotra Gebhardt Ltd.
Juliant Grant General Manager Chauvin ArnouxJulian Grant General Manager
Chauvin Arnoux UK

Net Zero for Emergency Services: a tough nut to crack

12:00  -  12:50

One of the most visible consequences of a warming world is an increase in the intensity and frequency of extreme weather events – hurricanes, droughts and wildfires, flooding and high winds. Emergency Services are under an enormous pressure to build greater resilience in their organisation to respond to these more frequent and more unpredictable events while mitigating the impact of […]

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Chris Rutherford Fleet Commercial Manager London Ambulance Service NHS TrustChris Rutherford Fleet Commercial Manager
London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale Founder
Energy Managers Association
Paul Cook London Fire BrigadePaul Cook Carbon Reduction Manager
London Fire Brigade
Victoria Limbrick Energy & Environmental Resources Manager Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)Victoria Limbrick Energy & Environmental Resources Manager
Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)

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