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Wales Regional Energy Efficiency Conference 2019

Wales Regional Energy Efficiency Conference 2019

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Event Properties

Event Date 13-Feb-2019 9:00 am
Registration Start Date 17-Aug-2018
Capacity 100
Registered 0
Available place 100
Individual Price £75 (excl. VAT)
Location Marriott Hotel Cardiff

Venue Information - Marriott Hotel Cardiff

Experience the best of Wales' capital city with a visit to Cardiff Marriott Hotel. Boasting an unparalleled location in the heart of the city centre, our hotel places you just a short distance from noteworthy landmarks including Principality Stadium and Cardiff Castle; Motorpoint Arena is just down the street. Spacious hotel rooms and suites include flat-screen TVs, plush bedding, ergonomic workspaces and a coffee maker; many accommodations also offer wonderful views of the city. Stay fit during your Cardiff visit, thanks to our state-of-the-art leisure club, which boasts a gym, a heated indoor pool and complimentary classes. Sample locally sourced cuisine at Market Kitchen or drop by our vibrant sports bar. Those planning events in the city centre can make use of our nearly 6,000 square feet of flexible, well-appointed event space. And take the stress out of travel with amenities like secure on-site car parking and charging stations for electric vehicles. Plan your visit today at Cardiff Marriott Hotel.



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

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.

Phil Dawson

E.ON Energy Solutions

Phil has 40 years’ experience in the energy efficiency industry. As a business development and account manager for E.ON’s Obligation Partnership team, he works closely with social housing providers and contractors delivering ECO funded Energy Efficiency projects in Wales, Shropshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire

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

Phil Vaughan


With almost 30 years’ experience in a variety of roles, Phil has held senior positions in energy-related projects relating to the Green Deal, Gas Safe Register and, most recently, in the implementation of recommendations outlined by the industry-led, government-commissioned Each Home Counts Review. Phil’s expertise spans both IT and operational delivery, and he has a particular interest in the use of technology to create more efficient, cost-effective and accessible solutions that will provide appropriate benefits to national organisations, small businesses and the consumers that rely on these services. Currently the Head of Programme Management for TrustMark, Phil has been responsible for leading the development of the technological infrastructure that has enabled TrustMark to expand its remit to deliver the quality mark required by the Each Home Counts review, as well as developing a range of additional benefits for the scheme. Phil is very pleased to play a part in the Welsh Energy Efficiency Conference. This is an opportunity to gain inspiration from those who strive to make a significant difference in what must become a national priority. With ambitious targets around carbon reduction, as well as the need to address the issue of fuel poverty, the government has signified a commitment to make the nation more energy efficient; events such as this conference allow us to learn from and support those spearheading this initiative.

Steven Edwards

Director of Regulation and Commercial, Wales & West Utilities

Steve has over 25 years’ experience in the gas industry after starting work in 1992 as a Finance Graduate. He held a series of financial and commercial roles in British Gas and its successors before joining Wales & West Utilities when we were set up in 2005. Steve worked closely with Ofgem in their regulatory review process which resulted in the RIIO form of regulation, and in developing the Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme, through which we’ve connected more than 10,000 homes to the gas network. As our Director of Regulation & Commercial he leads our business planning process and plays a key role in our industry group the Energy Networks Association.


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


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