South West Energy Efficiency Awards

Holiday Inn Bristol Filton

Friday 29th March, 2019, Bristol

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South West Regional Energy Efficiency Conference 2019

Event Properties

Event Date 29-Mar-2019 9:00 am
Capacity 75
Registered 0
Available place 75
Individual Price £75 (excl. VAT)
Location Holiday Inn Bristol Filton

Venue Information - Holiday Inn Bristol Filton

A stylish Bristol hotel set in landscaped grounds, with free WiFi and on-site fitness facilities

Holiday Inn® Bristol - Filton hotel is just a 10-minute drive from the M4 and 15 minutes from the M5, with easy access to London, Birmingham and south Wales. Regular services to London Paddington and Cardiff depart from Bristol Parkway train station, 10 minutes away by car. Extensive free parking for overnight guests and conference delegates is available at the hotel, and you can connect with international flights at Bristol Airport, 15 miles away.

The hotel's Academy Conference Centre has capacity for up to 280 delegates, with energising catering menus and a spacious breakout area serving fresh coffee. Visitors to Airbus can be at their offices in 10 minutes by car, while Bristol and Bath Science Park is four miles away.

Just 20 minutes' drive away, the Harbourside area offers plenty of scope for shopping, dining and entertainment. Learn the secrets of the universe and the human body by visiting the At-Bristol Science Centre, or take a sailing trip on The Matthew, a replica of the ship that discovered North America in the 15th century.

Speakers

Gary Braybrooke

Managing Director

Gary has spent over 30 year in Sales and Business Development, much of it in the publishing sector.He is based in Oswestry, where he also helps his wife run a domiciliary care agency, when he is not following Liverpool FC.

BEIS

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

We are building an economy that works for everyone, so that there are great places in every part of the UK for people to work and for businesses to invest, innovate and grow. BEIS is a ministerial department, supported by 41 agencies and public bodies

Elinor Jenkins

City Energy

Compliance Manager City Energy Elinor was employed by City Energy after completing a Master's degree in Business Economics with Finance. Elinor has been with the company as it first started utilizing the Green Deal Finance Company and accessing ECO Funding. As Compliance Manager, Elinor ensures that City Energy adheres to the changing rules and regulations. She has recently become a Director for City Energy

Dani Putney

NICEIC

Dani Putney has over 14 years’ experience in the Building Engineering Services Sector, working within a leading Certification Body providing UKAS accredited certification services. She has held several positions within Certsure (NICEIC and ELECSA) and is currently responsible for ensuring that accreditation is maintained for the Group’s activities. She represents Certsure (NICEIC and ELECSA) at various industry committees including Chair of the MCS Competency Working Group, member of PAS2030 Steering Committee and participating in the Each Home Counts Work streams.

Loraine Bassett

E.ON Energy Solutions

Loraine has over 28 years’ experience in the energy efficiency industry. As a business development and account manager for E.ON’s Obligation Partnership team, she works closely with social housing providers and contractors delivering ECO funded Energy Efficiency projects in the West Midlands and the South West of England.

Simon Ayers

Trustmark

Andy Mathews

Kiwa Ltd

As Head of Training for the Kiwa UK Group, I oversee the training business area, develop relationships with external organisations and facilitate bespoke courses. I have worked in the construction sector for 36 years (specialising in building services engineering). I recently developed and launched an assessment and surveillance scheme to evaluate businesses installing energy efficiency systems. The scheme provides assurance that grant funded work is compliant with manufacturer’s instructions, building regulations and best practice. The scheme is a conformity and evaluation service monitoring quality of retrofit building products for the effective installation of energy efficiency measures to domestic dwellings. My remit includes conducting factory production control audits, specifically for the volumetric modular housing systems. The audits provide a technical assessment and verification of the quality system, production and process for acceptance of Kiwa Building Products for Agrément certification. Kiwa supports my external position as chair to the CIBSE Domestic Building Services Panel. The panel aims to inform and promote best practice for the construction and renovation of better homes, following published best practice guidance for domestic building services engineers. See www.dbsp.co.uk

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