ESTA’s Energy Conference, Members’ and Group Meetings

‘Green Recovery – Action NOW’
  • Monday 10th January 2022 @ 10:00
  • Tuesday 11th January 2022 @ 10:00
  • Wednesday 12th January 2022 @ 10:00
  • We are pleased to confirm that Dr Alan Whitehead the Shadow Minister for Energy and the Green New Deal has agreed to speak at our next event on the first day.

    The Conference is aimed at all with an interest in energy efficiency, Net Zero and a green recovery post the pandemic, especially end users of energy/potential customers.

    Working with the Energy Institute and Energy Leeds, the event will be run virtually on the Zoom platform over three afternoons between 2pm and 5pm– Tuesday 20th April through to Thursday 22nd April 2021.

    Each day will be based around a theme as follows:

    Tuesday 20th April – Policy, speakers on Government policy, COP26 and job creation

    Wednesday 21st April – Technical solutions, speakers on how technological solutions are driving higher levels of energy efficiency.

    Thursday 22nd April – Net Zero, speakers covering the various solutions on offer including training to help end users achieve Net Zero targets.

    Conference Agenda – Tuesday 20th April 2021 – Policy

    14.00 – Welcome and Introduction
    Mervyn Pilley, Executive Director, ESTA

    14.15 – Green Recovery and the Just Transition
    Dr Alan Whitehead, Shadow Minister, Energy and Climate Change, BEIS

    14.45 – 2021 A year of climate change
    James Diggle, Head of Energy and Climate Change at CBI

    15.15 – Energy Services Trends in UK and beyond
    Miguel Matias, CEO, Self Energy Ltd

    15.45 – Delivering a green recovery for UK industry
    Professor Peter Taylor, Co-Director, Energy Leeds

    16.15 – EnCO – a global policy initiative for saving energyJ
    es Rutter, Managing Director, JRP Solutions and John Mulholland, Managing Director, Mulholland Energy

    16.45 – Close and Round up

    Conference Agenda – Wednesday 21st April 2021 – Technical

    14.00 – Welcome and Introduction
    Mervyn Pilley, Executive Director, ESTA

    14.15 – An energy efficiency Manifesto for COP26
    David Hirst, Director, Ainsty Risk Consulting Ltd

    14.45 – Where does energy optimisation fit into Net Zero
    Dr Mark Burrows, Technical Energy Solutions Manager, E.ON & npower Business Solutions

    15.15 – The effect of working from home on the climate emergency
    Rachel Lee, Energy Institute Committee

    15.45 – Energy efficiency up the policy agenda
    Mervyn Pilley, Executive Director, ESTA

    16.15 – Turning White Elephants Green
    George Richards. Director, JRP Solutions

    16.45 – Close and Round up

    Conference Agenda – Thursday 22nd April 2021 – Net Zero

    14.00 – Welcome and Introduction
    Mervyn Pilley, Executive Director, ESTA

    14.15 –  Accelerating Net Zero Transition in Cities and Regions
    Andy Bolitho, Senior Energy Management Consultant, SMS plc

    14.45 – Energy Waste: unexpected, hidden, avoidable
    Vilnis Vesma, Managing Director,

    15.15 – Planning for a Green Future, the foundation for Net Zero
    Tim Holman, Head of Operations, TEAM Energy

    15.45 – Distributional impacts resulting from UK low carbon energy policy
    Dr Anne Owen, Energy Leeds

    16.15 – Microgrid solutions – a global overview
    Andy McKenzie, Microgrid Lead UK&I, Schneider Electric

    16.45 – Close and Round up

    Conference Sponsors:

    TEAM (Energy Auditing Agency Ltd)
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    TEAM Energy is a leading supplier of carbon and energy management solutions. We specialise in energy management software, energy bureau services and energy consultancy.

    JRP Solutions Limited
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    JRP are leading UK specialists in delivering energy efficiencies across the whole asset base in commercial and industrial environments. We work with organisations such as AstraZeneca, Diageo, Lilly UK, Vodafone, Johnson Matthey and Premier Foods, to develop and implement strategies that improve their energy management and reduce consumption and costs.