South West Energy Efficiency Awards

Holiday Inn Bristol Filton

Friday 29th March, 2019, Bristol

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South West Regional Energy Efficiency Awards 2019 Presentation Event

Event Properties

Event Date 29-Mar-2019 5:30 pm
Capacity 100
Available place 100
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.

Agenda

5:30PM

Drinks Reception

Meet and greet in the event foyer with complementary drinks.

6:45PM

Move to Dining area

The guests will be invited through to the dining area to take their allocated seats

6:50PM

Introduction and Welcome

Introduction and welcome from Gary Braybrooke

6:55PM

Headline Sponsor

A few words from events headline sponsor

7:00PM

Dinner

Dinner will be served

8:35PM

Tea and Coffee

Tea and coffee served

8:45PM

Speeches

A few brief presentations by selected speakers

8:55PM

Presentations

The awards will be presented by our sponsors.There will be 11 award categories given out. (No acceptance speeches)

10:00PM

Closing Address

Thanks and a few words from Gary Braybrooke.Networking will continue in networking area There will be a cash bar available throughout the night*Please drink responsibly as anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated.

Speakers

Jess Ralston

SEA

As a Policy Advisor for the Sustainable Energy Association, Jess works as part of a team providing expert policy advice, research and analysis to SEA members and informing the policy debate more widely. Jess conducts research and develops content for SEA reports and consultation responses. Policy areas of particular focus are energy efficiency, low carbon heat and energy in buildings. Jess has a keen interest in the environment and holds a BSc (Hons) in Geological Sciences from the University of Leeds and a MSc in Oceanography from the University of Southampton, which are accredited by the Geological Society of London and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) respectively.

Paul Elliott

Low Carbon City Officer, Strategic Planning and Infrastructure, Plymouth City Council

Paul has been working in the domestic energy efficiency field for over 10 years now. Both at Plymouth City Council and more recently as chair of ALEO South West, Paul spends his time untangling government policy and weaving it into deliverable schemes that make a real difference to domestic energy use, carbon emissions, and fuel poverty. He currently manages several programmes within Plymouth that deliver results on all of these issues. Passionate about integrating the Low Carbon, Public Health, Fuel Poverty and Community Energy agendas, Paul believes that there is scope and opportunity to bring these issues together through domestic energy efficiency.

Jon Rattenbury

South West Energy Hub

Jon leads the South West Energy Hub which supports organisations across the wider South West of England to identify, develop and implement energy projects. The Hub is supported by central government and is a partnership of seven Local Enterprise Partnerships, including: • West of England Combined Authority (lead partner) • Gfirst • Swindon & Wiltshire • Dorset • Solent • Cornwall & Isles of Scilly • Heart of Southwest. The South West Energy Hub is one of five local energy hubs that have been established across England. Each hub has a self-determined role suited to the region in which it operates, so that activities reflect local contexts, supporting delivery of priorities identified by LEP energy strategies. All have the over-arching aims of bringing investment into energy infrastructure projects, making strategic linkages between local institutions and sharing best practice through knowledge exchange across the five Hub regions. Jon has worked in the sustainable energy sector for the past ten years delivering a range of programmes and initiatives at the West of England Combined Authority, Energy Saving Trust, Regen and Sustainability Practice to stimulate uptake and deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies, supporting sector and market development.

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