TEC will be hosting the “Energy & Education Connected” conference in our home city of Birmingham on the 27th June 2019 and this event is free of charge.
The conference will take place at the Iconic Rep Theatre and the evening networking and celebratory drinks reception will be at the Birmingham Library rooftop terrace. Both venues are in the city centre within close proximity to transport links and parking.
9.30am - 10.30am - Refreshments & Registration
10.00am - Start
17.00 - Finish
17.00 - 19.00 - Drinks Reception
To book your place please use the links and choose from the below;
Exciting Speakers and Agenda!
Our morning sessions will focus on change and disruption within Energy with a glimpse into future regulation & policy. One particular highlight will be TEC’s Chair and Independent Energy Expert Jo Butlin, who will be talking about disruption and changes in the UK Energy Landscape leading us up to today!
Cornwall Insight will also be providing, a future forecast by presenting on RIIO – 2, networks and system operation, supplier developments, energy services transition and targeted charging reviews and network access.
Framework Suppliers EDF and Corona will be hosting innovation areas. Mitie will be looking ahead for an independent glimpse into the markets, along with other strategic partners and we may even have a very special guest concierge greeting attendees!
In association with our members and supported by the following: Green Consulting, Schneider, Ramboll, Ongen and kWIQly.
We will cover in our afternoon workshop sessions:
Understanding behaviour change and energy use to develop a new approach to enabling people within an organisation to reduce their energy consumption and reduce their bills in the process. What skills, tools and processes move an organisation from current state to the desired behavioural state?
How optimising BMS software strategies and hardware devices can improve the energy-efficient control of your buildings. How this can deliver ‘on-going’ savings, without detriment to operational and environmental conditions, through maximising operational efficiency.
District Heat Networks
What are the challenges of implementing District Heat Networks? How does the UK compare to other markets. How can Institutions get more involved in projects? What are the key factors you need to consider no matter your position in the network?
Implementing Renewable Energy Technology
Renewable energy feasibility studies exploring the opportunities and benefits associated with implementing renewable energy technology. Support to both reduce reliance on fossil fuels, improving electrical infrastructure capacity and support for transformational projects that provide significant long term benefits.
AMR DNA Gas and Electricity Analytics
Looking at the successes of our artificial intelligence tool in the analytics of gas data from find through fix and on to proof of savings. The journey from pilot to rolled out service and what’s next for our members.
The evening celebratory event will include a drink’s reception and canapes with spectacular views of Birmingham city centre. This will be an excellent opportunity to network with other Educational Energy Professionals, Suppliers and TEC’s strategic partners.
We understand that our membership institutions are truly national and will, therefore, be offering special rates for nearby hotels and a £25 contribution towards evening accommodation
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