16 & 17 SEPT 2020


The UK's leading Sustainability and Energy Management event




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16 & 17 SEPT 2020 - NEC, BIRMINGHAM

Free Tickets

Do you want to save the planet?
Click to go to Future I.O.T.

Future I.O.T.

Click to go to the Renewables Zone

The Renewables

Click to go to the Smart Water Innovation Zone

Smart Water

Click to go to the Energy Efficiency Zone

Energy Efficiency

Click to go to the Zero Emissions Zone

Zero Emissions

Click to go to the Energy from Waste Zone

Energy From
Waste & Bio Energy

Renewable and Emissions Theatre

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    • Wednesday


      11.00 - 11.30

      Nicholas Beatty

      Addressing Technology Risks and Reducing Costs of Electric Fleet Vehicles

      Zenobe are a leading UK owner and operator of batteries with 73MW operational. We support EV fleet vehicles including the design, installation, financing and ownership of charging equipment and the financing and ownership of the battery on the vehicle or the complete vehicle. We eliminate expensive, time consuming and disruptive grid up-grades and finance EV vehicles and the batteries to reduce operator’s capital expenditure.


      11.45 - 12.15

      Eddy Medema

      Showcase of the technology for the world''s NEXT energy transition 2.0

      Introduction into the Neutrino Energy technology, Neutrinovoltaic, it’s physics, it’s history, it’s technology, it’s possibilities and it’s future global impact(s).


      13.15 - 13.45

      Michael Laurier

      The Future of Plastics

      The problems caused by plastic litter in the environment has compelled governments, manufacturers and brand owners to rethink the way plastic is produced, used and ultimately disposed of. Many are now looking for products that can be reused and recycled, are inexpensive to produce and will not disrupt the manufacturing process.


      14.00 - 14.30

      Bean Beanland

      Decarbonisation of Heat : The Technology of NOW

      This presentation will make the case for the deployment of heat pumps, delivering highly sustainable heating, cooling and potable hot water, as the tried and tested technology which can be delivered at scale in the right regulatory conditions. Heat decarbonisation has long been a challenge for government, but recent and planned future progress in policy development will dramatically improve the conditions for heat pump deployment, and is a potential game-changer.


      14.45 - 15.15

      Mark Hollands

      The role of REGOs & Carbon in supporting unsubsidised generation

      How REGOs and Carbon Taxes can be used to support unsubsidised generation and flexibility. What changes to the current status quo are needed and why.