16 & 17 SEPT 2020

NEC, BIRMINGHAM

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Future Resource Keynote Theatre: Sponsored By Lhoist

    • Wednesday

      Please note that this is 2019 Timetable!

      speaker

      11.00 - 11.30

      John Whitehurst

      The benefits of blended lime reagents for multi pollutant removal

      The presentation will cover the benefits of using a single hydrated lime based reagent to remove both acidic pollutants such as SO2, HCl, HF and micro-pollutants/heavy metals by way of a blended reagent rather than the traditional dual injection system approach. The various options available will be discussed along with potential blend components to suit the pollutants that are present and pro’s cons with taking this approach to pollutants removal.

      speaker

      11.45 - 12.15

      Glenn Smith

      The end of abundance - changing perceptions and behaviours in a thirsty world

      Glenn’s session is designed to get people thinking differently about water. His message is thought provoking and is delivered in a style that has an immediate impact on how people view water. He will be asking the question ‘is there enough water to go around here in the UK?’ and will be explaining the link between water, energy and carbon. The session will provide practical advice on how we can all use less water, both as individuals and businesses.

      speaker

      12.30 - 13.00

      Steve Barker

      Maximising Energy, Cost & Carbon Reduction Using Outcome Based Strategies

      The presentation explains the key characteristics of a robust and systematic approach to energy, cost and reduction. In addition to providing a clear explanation of a ‘Best Practice’ strategy, the presentation will also explain the benefits of new business models and outcome based solutions. The huge opportunities arising from disruptive technologies like digitalisation will also be covered along with some of the pre-requisites needed to ensure long term success.

      speaker

      13.15 - 13.45

      Anna Turrell

      Head of Sustainability

      To be announced soon...

      speaker

      14.00 - 14.30

      Rachel Solomon Williams

      Decarbonising transport fuel – challenges, opportunities and benefits

      The CCC has set out its view that the UK needs to move to net zero emissions by 2050. If the UK is to embrace this target, the transport sector will have to see fundamental changes quickly. At present, low carbon fuels deliver a large proportion of UK transport emissions reductions. Rachel will explain how this works and the opportunities for taking low carbon fuels policy to the next stage.

      speaker

      14.45 - 15.15

      Peter Mackarel

      You can’t manage what you can’t measure

      End users need innovation in the energy management market, which to date has been lacking. New technology has the ability to adapt to different customer needs, enabling proactive forecasting of future energy usage and costs. Robust, secure and reliable, systems can provide real-time insight into energy consumption via intuitive platforms which are cloud-based and run off any web browser. Usage can be measured across multiple sites, down to specific circuits. Other benefits include, Integration with ‘IoT’ devices and Powerful ‘live bill’ function

      speaker

      15.30 - 16.00

      Mitra Goodger

      Energy efficiency in a building environment

      This seminar covers the importance of energy efficiency legislation and incentives, standardisation (regulations and standards) and additional schemes.