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The UK Green Deal conference, taking steps towards greater energy efficiency

  • Netherlands
  • Energy and infrastructure

29-09-2011

Eversheds LLP, One Wood Street, London EC2V 7WS
Friday 4 November 2011
09:00-16:00

Attendance is free

Given that the consultation on Secondary Legislation on the Green Deal will commence at the end of October, Eversheds is bringing together the key stakeholders in this important change to the way we approach energy efficiency, enabling discussion soon after the consultation has commenced.

We would be delighted if you could join us at a one-day conference which will focus on the opportunities presented by the Green Deal, corporate and finance structures, the views of the public sector, the utilities and commercial real estate landlords and tenants and the key challenges and concerns of the market.

The programme will consider the Green Deal from the different stakeholder perspectives with a view to attempting to identify areas of alignment and difference.

Speakers and panelists include:

Chris Bestwick
Green Deal Legislation and Finance, DECC

Michelle T Davies
Stephen Hill
Jean-Pascal Boutin
Geraint Pullin-Thomas
Indraj Mangat
Paul-Michael Rebus
The Eversheds Green Deal Team

Chetan Lad
Head of CERT & Policy, British Gas New Energy

Charlotte Partridge
Policy Advisor, Micropower Council

Michael Berrington
Partner, Ernst and Young

James Close
Partner, Ernst and Young

Paul A T Davies
Partner, PwC

Christoph Harwood
Partner, Marksman Consulting LLP

Peter Cosmetatos
Director of Policy and Finance, British Property Federation

Patrick Brown
Assistant Director, Sustainability, British Property Federation

Land Securities

Alex Minshull
Sustainable City Service Manager, Bristol City Council

John Mason
Energy Policy Advisor, EDF

Ewan Delaney
Senior Policy Analyst (Environment), London Borough of Wandsworth

You will also have an opportunity to network with our experts and each other over lunch and after the conference.

This is a free event though places are limited so we would encourage you to request your place at your earliest convenience.

Programme

09:00 Registration
09:30 Conference commences
11:15 Coffee
11:30 Conference
13:00 Networking lunch
13:45 Conference
16:00 Close and networking drinks

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