Nemex Show News February 2007
22 February 2007, News release from Nemex 2007
We are delighted to announce full details of the Nemex features programme and Keynote sessions. A series of free seminars and free keynote sessions will take place so make the most of your time out of the office and use these sessions to keep up to date with legislation and policy developments.
Our seminars are the talk of the town...
For comprehensive advice on renewable technologies, sustainable buildings, energy efficiency and energy management just read on for more information...
Don't forget that visitors and exhibitors are welcome to attend any of the sessions taking place in the other Sustainabilitylive! shows - check out www.sustainabilitylive.comto view all programmes.
The Environment Agency
With the Environment Agency exhibiting at ET&ES 2007 you will be able to see a number of their staff presenting various seminars across ET&ES, ICU, Nemex and IWEX. Make use of their expertise and don't forget to attend the series of Briefing Sessions they will be holding on their stand!
Ministers confirm Nemex 2007 is in their diaries
With soaring energy prices, energy efficiency and renewables at the top of the agenda for the public and private sectors, this also holds true in the world of politics...
Confirmed to attend on Wednesday 2 May are:
· Peter Ainsworth MP
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
· David Howarth MP
Shadow DTI (Energy) spokesperson
Online registration open!
Online registration is now open for ET&ES, ICU, Nemex and IWEX. All visitors can now register online for free entry to benefit from:
· Access to new technologies on display
· Extensive networking opportunities
· Packed features programmes
· Access to four co-located shows
Visitors can register now, for FREE entrance at www.nemex-energy.co.uk
Dates not to miss!
All exhibitors will now have received an Exhibitor Handbook - make sure you use this and remember that you need to adhere to the deadlines stipulated.
Invite Your Clients
Do you want to invite your clients to visit you at the shows? If so don't forget to request FREE invites by Thursday 15 February 2007.
To have your company name listed in the official show pocket invitations you need to book before Thursday 15 February 2007.
Mail your clients
If you want us to pay for you to mail your clients advising them about your presence at Nemex just let us know by Thursday 15 February 2007.
Invite your VIPs
Invite your most valued clients as VIPs - just let us know you'd like to use this service ASAP and we will arrange everything for you.
If you have any questions, or simply want something explained just give us a call - we are here to help! You can contact us on +44 (0)20 8651 7130 or email email@example.com.
Award fever hits...
With the number of applications already hitting double figures don't miss your chance to apply for the Nemex:
· Energy Manager of the Year Award
· Renewables Innovation Award
Can you think of a colleague worthy of such a title?
Let them know about the awards...
All applications must be received by Friday 30 March 2007. For more details, or to submit your application visit www.sustainabilitylive.com.
· Energy Institute
· Energy In Buildings in Industry
Environment Business supports Sustainabilitylive!
Keep up to date with show developments in Environment Business, which features regular stories.
If you are interested in receiving a copy simply email firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
Industry leaders sign up
The last few weeks have seen a number of companies sign up to exhibit including:
· Baxi - Chauvin Arnoux
· Hamworthy Heating - Thermozone
· Cummins - npower
· Scottish and Southern
Visit www.sustainabilitylive.com to see the full exhibitor list across ET&ES, ICU, Nemex and IWEX.
Invite Your Clients as VIPs
If you are exhibiting at Sustainabilitylive! why not invite your most valued clients to visit as VIPs?
We will personally invite up to twenty-five clients you select to be sent a VIP invitation, which will entitle them to fast track through registration upon arrival, and a free glass of champagne!
For more details please contact us on +44 (0)20 8651 7130, email email@example.com or indicate your interest on the Additional Promotional Opportunities form in your Exhibitor Handbook.
Keep up to date with edie.net
www.edie.net provides you with up to the minute news relevant to your sector. Outlined below are a few of the current stories online...
Gore could soon be on the curriculum
Every secondary school in the UK is to be sent a copy of Al Gore's film An Inconvenient Truth as part of a pack aimed to teach pupils about climate change. The film, which consists largely of the former Presidential candidate delivering a slide show, has been praised by critics and climate campaigners alike for clearly and calmly getting across the urgency of the environmental threat we are facing. Since his defeat by George W Bush, Gore has been on a mission to get the climate message across to as many people as possible.
UK set to double Kyoto carbon cuts
Britain is on course to cut greenhouse emissions by almost double its Kyoto target for 2010, but set to miss the Government's own target, according to latest Government figures. Emissions for 2005 were already 15.3% below 1990 levels, exceeding the 12.5% cut required under Kyoto by 2010, figures show. If the effects of the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme are taken into account, Europe's emission cut increases to 18.8% below 1990 levels.
Nemex 2007: Energy Features Programme
Tuesday 1 May 2007
Utilising Renewables Masterclass
Not 100% sure which renewable technologies may work for you? Attend this session to develop a stronger understanding of the technologies that are available and then listen to short-listed candidates for the Nemex Renewables Innovation Award outlining projects where small-scale renewable systems have been introduced.
Gaynor Hartnell, Renewable Energy Association and Mark McGuigan, Omagh College
Providing a brief overview of the legislation impacting upon the take up and installation of micro-renewable technologies, this session will explore the possible barriers to adoption before looking at a highly successful project that won the Nemex 2006 Renewables Innovation Award.
Implementing Biomass at a Local Level
Richard Bradford, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Could you do the same? Giving a brief overview of biomass and the question of fuel supply this presentation outlines a number of installations where biomass technology has been implemented, resulting in huge carbon saving potential for the MBC.
Monitoring Your Carbon Reduction
Paul Martin, Managing Director, TEAM
Learn how TEAM introduced a more thorough and efficient way to manage energy at the National Museums Liverpool, which led to significant savings of 25% in gas and 7% in electricity consumption with water consumption also being reduced by 10% within seven months. This session will outline the process TEAM consultancy undertook to produce the realised savings achieved through low-cost and no-cost solutions.
Wednesday 2 May 2007
Building Energy Efficiency Masterclass
John Armstrong, CIBSE, Trevor Floyd CEng MEI, Energy Institute and Jeff Kirton, Durham County Council
Introducing the concept of energy efficiency in buildings and providing an overview of current legislation, the idea of energy efficiency in buildings will be discussed. The session will focus on the practical steps that can be taken to cut energy usage, such as involvement in the Energy Efficiency Accreditation scheme.
Energy Management Masterclass
Trevor Floyd CEng MEI, Energy Institute and Ed Horgan, The Carbon Trust Providing an introduction to energy use and efficiency this session will help you understand and quantify the actual use of energy. You will then consider how employees, from entry-level staff to top management can be engaged in the race to reduce energy consumption.
Energy Usage Masterclass
Martin Bigg, Environment Agency
IPPC? Emissions Trading? Energy Taxes? Current political and legal frameworks are encouraging industry to use energy more efficiently but what exactly are these frameworks and what impact might they have upon your business. Attend this session to find out more...
Green Transport Masterclass
Marcus Jones, TRL and Chris Fry, C4S
Implementing sustainable transport can reduce carbon so what are the smart choices for your business? Green travel plans can make significant impact when looking to reduce carbon and this session will outline how fleet procurement, operations/logistics and fuel economy measures all have a role to play.
Profiting from Compliance
Tony Kay, DANLERS Ltd
What are the energy saving benefits of lighting controls? An overview of stand-alone lighting controls, which meet the demands of Part L of the Building Regulations for lighting controls, which offer significant savings with short payback periods, will be provided along with a guide to installation and use.
Thursday 3 May 2007
Managing Energy Risk Masterclass
Dr Steven Fawkes, npower business and Tom Pye, Osnabrück Garrison
Why are energy prices increasing and how can this risk be managed? The session will look at the new options open to innovative companies looking to integrate sustainability into their everyday business operations and discuss challenges that the current climate imposes, from both the energy and broader utility perspective.
Realising Renewables Masterclass
David Matthews, NEF and Tony Marmont, Beacon Energy
Renewable technologies are here to stay but where can they be used and what is their true potential? Discussing the future for renewables and why climate change has taken renewables in to the mainstream, this session will focus on the opportunities for renewables, discussing the reality of installing turbines, and touching upon the potential for newer technologies.
Power of Staff Engagement Masterclass
Trevor Floyd CEng MEI, Energy Institute and Ed Horgan, The Carbon Trust
Enrolling every last member of staff to cut energy costs means teaching everyone, at every level the principles of managing energy consumption. This session will provide you with innovative ideas on how to achieve staff buy-in, improve understanding nd deliver savings to your company.
Full speaker and programme details are available at www.nemex-energy.co.uk
Five FREE keynote sessions will take place in Expression Suite 8, from 1 - 3 May 2007.
11.30 - 13.00 Tuesday 1 May
Why do businesses need to be more energy efficient? With sustainability creeping up boardroom agendas and with European legislation becoming more stringent now is the time for businesses to act. Focusing upon a couple of high profile case studies, cost and energy savings will be highlighted plus much more.
Professor Martin Fry, Visiting Professor, City University and Chairman ESTA
13.30 - 15.00 Tuesday 1 May
What is microgeneration? What are the business benefits to installation and potential barriers to adoption? How can programmes be financed? These are just some of the questions that will be answered in the keynote session that will provide attendees with an idea of what can actually be achieved.
Rachel Crisp, Emerging Energy Technologies, DTI Dave Sowden, Micropower Council David Pitcher, Energy Centre for Sustainable Communities
11.30 - 13.00 Wednesday 2 May
The issue of climate change has now entered the 'mainstream', and since the Stern Review was published there is no escaping the far-reaching implications for both businesses and individuals. From a corporate point of view it is essential that you not only manage the risks, but capture the opportunities that go hand in had with climate change.
Peter Ainsworth MP, Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Chair: Andrew Warren, Director, ACE
Seb Below, Director of Research, SustainAbility Professor Martin Fry, Visiting Professor, City University and Chairman ESTA
A Low Carbon Economy: Renewables or Nuclear?
13.30 - 15.00 Wednesday 2 May
How to power our future is a question many are asking - but what is truly the best way to achieve a low carbon economy? Discussing the options open to us this session will touch upon UK Energy Policy and the role of nuclear and renewable energy. A panel debate will then look at the opportunities going forward, and seek to suggest a solution that will secure a sustainable, low carbon economy.
David Howarth MP, Shadow DTI (Energy) spokesperson
Andrew Warren, Director, ACE
· Adrian Bull, UK Stakeholder Relations Manger, Westinghouse New Plants Business
· Sir Bernard Ingham, Secretary, Supporters of Nuclear Energy and former head of the Department of Energy's energy conservation division
· Dan Lewis, Research Director, Economic Research Council
· David Porter, Chief Executive, Association of Electricity Producers
· Samantha Heath, Director, London Sustainability Exchange
· Sara Eppel, Director of Policy, Sustainable Development Commission Sustainable Buildings
11.30 - 13.30 Thursday 3 May
Why do we need sustainable buildings? Ever wondered how Part L of the Buildings Directive, the Code for Sustainable Buildings or the Energy Performance in Buildings Directive may affect you? Attend this session to find out and listen to the closing debate looking at the future of sustainable buildings -come along and get involved.
· Terry Wyatt, CIBSE Past President and
· Ant Wilson, Director, Faber Maunsell
John Miller, HVCA President Elect
· Terry Wyatt, CIBSE Past President
· David Frise, Chairman of the HVCA Sustainability Issues Group and Managing Director of 3rd Rock Energy
· Mike Malina, Head of the Energy Division, Commtech
· Graham Manly, Chairman, HVCA Technical Committee
· Ant Wilson, Director, Faber Maunsell
All of these sessions are free to attend, so make sure you make the most of your time at the show and attend any Nemex seminars and keynotes that are relevant to you.
For further information please email Nemex 2007