The UK’s senior energy management professionals converged on the Radisson Blu Hotel, London Stansted on October 1st for two working days of networking and connection building at the Energy Management Summit.
More than 60 delegates and a host of leading industry suppliers talked through projects, objectives and challenges in a series of one-to-one business meetings and interactive seminars.
In the opening keynote, journalist Andy Pag shared his experiences with energy efficient travel and sustainable living, while the event’s other seminars were hosted by Tony Wright of ebm-papst UK, Tony Morris of SPC, Matthew Lawrie of the Energy Institute and David Eynon of Energy and Technical Services.
The supplier roll call included ebmpapst, Waterscan, Centrica, Resource Data Management, Root3 Lighting, Energy & Technical Services, ecagroup, Nicotra Gebhardt, IWTM, Veolia, Noveus Energy, VINCI Facilities, Haven Power, Inspired Energy, Powerstar, Verco and more.
Attending delegates included representatives from Affinity Water, Arriva Trains, BT, City of London Corporation, City of Westminster, DHL Global Forwarding, InterContinental Hotels Group, Kettering General Hospital, Leeds Building Society, Liverpool City Re-gion Local Enterprise Partnership, London Borough of Waltham Forest, London Luton Airport, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, Oxford University Hospital NHS, FT, Pinewood Studios Group, The Co-Op, The Guinness Partnership, UPS and more.
Sarah Hendy, Managing Director at Forum Events, said: “It was fantastic to see so many delegates and suppliers make new connections during the event, illustrating just what an exciting time it is for the sector.
“The Summit is a great way for the entire energy management sector to come together under one roof – we can’t wait to welcome everyone back next year.”
To secure a complimentary delegate place a next year’s Energy Management Summit, call Clare Element on 01992 374068 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To attend as a supplier, call Lisa Rose on 01992 374077 or email email@example.com.
For more information, visit www.energymanagementsummit.co.uk.