WATER INDUSTRY ENERGY

CONFERENCE 2018

12 June 2018 - Birmingham

Driving cost-effective energy management in water

The only dedicated event for water industry professionals tasked with managing and generating energy and building sustainability and resilience into their businesses. The conference will assess how the regulatory agenda is affecting energy efficiency plans, analyse the business benefits of DSR, storage and biofuels, as well as behaviour change strategies and prepare you for ESOS Phase 2.

Attend to:

  • Hear how the world’s 3rd largest water company is using algae to generate biofuels from wastewater in Spain
  • Debate whether ESOS Phase 2 is bureaucracy or an opportunity
  • Find out how UK water companies are planning to achieve an energy-neutral future
  • Explore how important behaviour change is in a successful energy strategy
  • Learn how to capitalise on emerging trends and technologies including DSR and storage

Sponsored by

Speakers

Graham Southall
Group commercial director
Northumbrian Water

Colin Green
Director – Water 2020
Ofwat

Mauro Lafratta
Doctoral practitioner, sludge & energy innovation
Thames Water  

David Riley
Head of carbon & energy
Anglian Water

Piers Clark
Chairman
Isle Group  

Debbie Weall
Capital programme lead
Scottish Water

Howard Perry
Energy manager
Severn Trent

Bob Trivett
Head of innovation and technical services
South West Water

Supporters

Prices & register

Book before 20 April

  • Utilities, Public Sector, Non-Profit, Academic £415 +VAT
  • Contractors, Solution Providers, Consultants £515 +VAT

Full rate

  • Utilities, Public Sector, Non-Profit, Academic £495 +VAT
  • Contractors, Solution Providers, Consultants £595 +VAT

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‘Great event with spot on subjects and an interesting range of speakers’
Business development manager, Centrica

‘A good event – well worth attending. Good range and balance of networking opportunities’
Head of energy, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

‘Excellent opportunity to understand market dynamics and network’
Finance director, Syngas Products

‘Very informative. Helped to know the various stages of energy optimisation that other water companies are at’
Optimisation analyst, South East Water

‘Excellent and thought provoking’
Technical manager, Galliford Try

‘A good, insightful event’
Procurement business partner, Thames Water

 ‘Useful and informative sessions, good opportunity to share ideas and build networks’
WW business improvement manager, Scottish Water

‘Very good to see what the themes are in the minds of water companies, strategies and future plans’
Mechanical engineer, Mott Macdonald

‘Very good attendance with the right people’
Sales manager, Boulting

 ‘A great opportunity to meet interested parties in energy optimisation. Very good, very relevant audience’
Business development, AMT-Sybex