Posted on 07 November 2013 by Vicky Ellis
Never mind movie stars – today the London Film Museum is set to be graced with the A-List of energy at Energy Live 2013.
November has finally swung around again since our first conference went down such a storm a year ago.
Today hundreds of the UK’s energy buyers and managers will gather to hear expert advice and insight from all realms of the energy sector, whether it’s energy policy, buying power or simply using your electricity and gas more wisely.
ELN likes to do things a little differently – so the day kicks off with a high energy, entertaining session on Market Madness, where four traders will take a look at what makes the energy markets behave so madly.
Alongside our top class panel discussions with excellent speakers such as E.ON’s Sara Vaughan, the UK Country President for Schneider Electric Stuart Thorogood and trade body Energy UK’s chief executive Angela Knight, delegates can book in for a chat with some of the best energy managers in the business.
That means the likes of Sainsbury’s Head of Energy Phil Osborn, Northamptonshire County Council’s Darren Perry and Diageo’s Clarice Camacho will be at The Energy Bar to share tips they’ve got from hands-on experience, whether it’s getting sustainability measures through your FD or advice on carbon reporting.
“Mr Frack” himself – that’s Breitling CEO Chris Faulkner to you and me – is flying in from the States to drill down into why the shale gas revolution is rocking the world.
While ex-DECC man Jonathan Brearley will give us the lowdown on Electricity Market Reform and what it means for businesses, EY’s Tony Ward is ready to share his insight into the world of power politics and energy infrastructure.
To cap it all off, Red Dwarf actor and electric car enthusiast Robert Llewellyn is visiting the London Film Museum to give his verdict on EVs – and maybe even crack a smeg head joke or two.
There’s plenty more to discover in our bustling programme for the day – and we’d like to thank our headline sponsors EY, Kingspan Energy and Schneider Electric for helping it all happen and of course our great supporting sponsors too.