This NLA half day conference brings together experts from across the private and public sectors to examine the business case supporting the Mayor’s ambitions, assess the scale of the challenge and review the implications for legislation, finance, delivery and use.
The case for Energy for London and a Green Energy Fund
Translating vision into reality: policy and delivery
Renewable Energy Technology – what is the potential for London?
Working in partnership to generate London’s energy needs -Escos at work
The role of the private sector
Local energy strategies
The Mayor's Vision for Energy in the Capital
Isabel Dedring, Director, Environmental Policy, Greater London Authority
Decentralised Energy for London: Maintaining the Capital's Competitiveness
Rob Fox, Senior Project Manager, London First
Cutting the Capital's Carbon Footprint: Delivering Decentralised Energy
Alasdair Young, Project Leader, Buro Happold
Translating Vision into Reality: Policy and Delivery
Peter North, Head of Project Delivery - Environment, LDA
Renewable Energy Technology: What is the Potential for London?
Keith Melton, Director of Technology, New and Renewable Energy Centre Ltd (NaREC)
Working in Partnership to Generate London's Energy Needs: ESCO's at Work
John Marsh, Metropolitan Infra Ltd
The Role of the Private Sector at a Project Level
Neil Pennell, Head of Sustainability and Engineering, Land Securities
Adopting of Green Leases to Deliver Energy Reductions
Tom Bainbridge, Partner – Head of Climate Change and Energy, Nabarro LLP
Creating an Energy Strategy for Kings Cross
Andre Gibbs, Executive Director, Argent
Challenges to Establishing a Decentralised Energy Supply in London
Cllr Alexis Rowell, LB Camden
Lessons from Abroad: Copenhagen
Pernille Overbye, Project Director, Ramboll Denmark
Paul Finch (Chair), Director of World Architecture Festival, Emap
Speakers names confirmed at time of publication, but may be subject to change.