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CHAMBER NEWS


Working towards clean growth at Energy Summit


The East Midlands Energy Summit will explore how Government, business, academia and civil society can come together to ensure clean growth. The summit will provide an informative insight into


the current landscape of the energy system and the roles business can play in enabling the transition to a low carbon economy. Held in partnership with the University of


Nottingham through its Energy Innovation and Collaboration team, the summit will join up with a range of energy experts from the region. Delegates will gain an understanding on what the


future of energy generation, security, supply and storage means for them and how a future-proofed clean growth policy is a necessary step against climate change.


In addition, the summit will also explore: • Government plans to implement the Industrial Strategy’s ‘Grand Challenge’


• The practicalities of hitting the zero net carbon target by 2050 for the East Midlands business region


• How businesses can develop, implement and commercialise low carbon technologies and the innovative systems and services that are required to tackle climate change


• The new funding models and technologies available to support investment and development of new low carbon energy


• The competitive edge which can be driven by lower and sustainable energy usage


The agenda will cover a range of keynote


presentations, panel discussions and workshops. Wayne Bexton, Head of Energy Services at


Nottingham City Council, will be giving an overview of the localised energy strategies and the latest insights into new technologies on the horizon. Ian Bates, the Chamber’s Sector Forum and


Representation Manager, said: “The Energy Summit is an unmissable conference for senior management, business owners and any decision makers from all sectors of business. Business sustainability and environmental activities are becoming increasingly pertinent in our current time and it is essential that businesses prepare for the future low carbon energy landscape. The conference will aid this preparation by providing the latest on sustainable technologies that can be adopted as real-world solutions for businesses.”


The summit will be held at the Nottingham Belfry on Thursday 5 December from 8:30am – 1:30pm. For the full agenda and to book your place, please visit bit.ly/EMC-Energy-Summit


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