Tuesday 21st July from 9:00 to 13:00

What impact does our industry have on the UK becoming Net Zero?  Join us for this half-day LIVE event to find out.  You can join us for three live presentations with Q&A, plus an exciting C-level roundtable.

Event Agenda: 

  • 09:00 - Attendees can visit stands and talk to experts
  • 09:45 - The role of the electrician and designer in reaching Net Carbon Zero
  • 10:30Solutions for energy efficiency in buildings
  • 11:15 - What does Net Zero look like? Visualising the energy problem
  • 12:00 Round Table discussion: What is the attitude towards Net Zero? What challenges could a business face? And what are the opportunities for the industry?

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Roundtable

Webinars Agenda

Sumit Bose

Energy Live News - Editor

Sumit Bose is a former BBC presenter and journalist who is the founder of futurenetzero.com - a platform where businesses can work together to influence and help each other reach the 2050 zero emissions target. He is also the Editor of Energy Live News which is the UK’s leading daily energy news site for business audiences. In his BBC career he was a TV presenter and reporter covering news and current affairs both nationally and internationally. Prior to that he worked as a national newspaper journalist for several years.

Mike Hughes

Zone President Schneider Electric UK & Ireland

During his more than 20 years with Schneider Electric Mike has had a diverse international career. He currently heads up the Schneider Electric business in the UK and Ireland zone with responsibility for the operations of the group within the Zone. In his previous roles he led the global strategic accounts, commercial organization of the group and prior to that he managed the secure power and datacenter business in EMEA. Earlier in his career he led the Industrial automation business Unit in China and headed up the Schneider Electric business in Taiwan. Mike started his career in the Industrial motion control and automation business out of the Black Forest in Germany. 

9:45

ECA 

The role of the electrician and designer in reaching Net Carbon Zero

We all understand the need for climate change, but what are the considerations and opportunities available for the designer and installer? This seminar looks at the importance of both the operational and whole life carbon attributed to installations as well as the many opportunities for the electrical contractor in helping the UK to reach Net Carbon 2050.


Luke Osborne, Energy and Emerging Technologies Solutions Advisor

Steve Bratt

Chief Executive Officer ECA Group

Steve Bratt was appointed ECA Group Chief Executive Officer in October 2010. Over the past 10 years, Steve has overseen a transformation of ECA into becoming a more agile and effective trade association for its Members. More recently, Steve became a member of the CLC’s coronavirus taskforce, which has helped lead the industry during this challenging period. Steve is a Chartered Director and a Fellow of the Institute of Directors. He has also been a non-executive director of numerous industry bodies including Build UK, JTL, SEC Group and the Electrical Industries Charity.

Tony Greig

Chief Executive Officer Legrand Electric

Tony Greig has been with Legrand for over 35 years and has held senior management positions in the Group in the UK, Canada, France and Australia. Legrand is the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures with a global turnover in excess of 6.6 billion Euros generated via 90 subsidiaries that operate in the residential, commercial and industrial segments of the construction industry. In 2004 Tony became CEO of Legrand UK and Ireland with responsibility for the company’s user interface, cable management, power distribution, assisted living and healthcare, energy controls and digital infrastructures business units. Legrand UK and Ireland has 800 employees, its headquarters are located in Birmingham and it operates from a further eight production and distribution facilities across the country. 80% of UK sales come from the company’s mechanical, electrical, electronic and digital solutions that are manufactured in the UK. Tony is a director of BEAMA and active on a number of industry committees. A French/British national he is a graduate of Aston University, married with two children. 

10:30

LEGRAND 

Solutions for energy efficiency in buildings

This seminar covers the importance of energy efficiency; energy efficiency legislation and incentives; standardisation (regulations and standards); additional schemes and strategies; solutions for energy efficiency in buildings: generic project examples and real life project examples.


Matt Crunden – Training & BIM Manager

11:15 

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 

What Does Net Zero Look Like? Visualising The Energy Problem

Climate change is an energy problem, and energy has an image problem. 80% of all emissions globally come from energy, and globally we waste more energy than we produce. But unlike food waste or plastic waste, energy waste is difficult to visualise. The built environment is the largest contributor and has huge potential for enterprise optimisation. Cities equate to just 2% of our planet’s footprint, but contribute over 70% of all emissions. And buildings are typically incredibly inefficient. If we are going to halt climate change and create a net zero world, then tackling energy consumption in the built environment is critical. We need to save, electrify and decarbonise. Making the invisible visible is key.


Steve Smith, Director of Communications, Schneider Electric UK&I 

Kas Mohammed, VP Digital Energy, Schneider Electric UK&I

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