Water Industry Energy and Carbon Management Conference
23/09/2014 | Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel National Exhibition Centre Birmingham
The UK water industry is a large consumer of energy and is responsible for 3% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The most ambitious water companies aspire to carbon neutrality by 2050, recognising that they are well placed to reduce emissions and become a significant generator of renewable energy.
For the past 3 years, WWT’s flagship Sustainable Water Conference and Exhibition has established itself as the premier event for water industry professionals tasked with building resilience and sustainability into their businesses.
The Water Industry Energy and Carbon Management Conference, taking place on day one of Sustainable Water 2014, examines the challenges of reducing energy usage and carbon emissions and increasing renewable energy investment.
Attend this CPD-certified conference to:
• Find out how Anglian Water is investing in efficiency infrastructure to deliver cost-effective and sustainable projects
• Explore whether Wessex Water’s 80% GHG reduction by 2050 is a SMART target or deluded optimism
• Gain first-hand insight into Scottish Water s energy strategy and self-sufficient treatment works
• Explore how Yorkshire Water is achieving renewable energy performance through production behaviour
• Examine how Thames Water is working with customers to fulfil its renewable energy ambition
• Understand how United Utilities is monetising energy-intensive equipment to offset rising energy costs
Expert speakers include:
• Ronan Palmer, Environment Director, Ofwat
• Chris Newsome, Director of Asset Management, Anglian Water
• Graham Southall, Head of Commercial Projects, Thames Water
• Mike Pedley, Head of Energy, D r Cymru Welsh Water
• Dan Green, Head of Sustainability and Innovation, Wessex Water
• Ben Roche, Head of Energy and Recycling Operations, Yorkshire Water
• Chris Toop, General Manager, Energy Programme, Scottish Water
• Neil Liddell-Young, Renewable Energy Manager, Severn Trent Water
• Andy Pennick, Energy Manager, United Utilities
For more information and to book, please visit: www.sustainable-water.co.uk