Warwick Business School will be holding a seminar to discuss the use of energy in homes and commercial buildings on Wednesday 10 February at 2pm.
Speakers from the energy supply and construction industries will join business leaders seeking to reduce demand and increase efficiency to discuss how we use energy in the built environment.
- Martin Orrill, Head of Energy Technology & Innovation, British Gas New Energy, on bringing new businesses to market that offer low-carbon and energy efficient products and services.
- Keith Bedell-Pearce, Chairman of 4D Data Centres UK, on the opportunities available to businesses seeking to improve efficiency and reduce demand
- Graham Standring, Programme Controller with Calthorpe Estates, on developing properties to achieve new standards in energy use
- David Auty, Senior Investment Manager with H2O Venture Partners and CEO Sorption Energy on commercialising innovative boiler technology developed at Warwick (TBC)
- A speaker from the British Property Federation on the issues and opportunities associated with low carbon housing (TBC)
The seminar will be held on Wednesday 10th February, 2010. 14:00 - 17:30, in B3.20, Warwick Business School, Scarman Road, The University of Warwick. Refreshments will be served at the end of the seminar.
Alumni and External visitors to the University are welcome to attend.
Please register your interest in attending this seminar by emailing Energy.Seminar@wbs.ac.uk and we will send further details and attendance instructions.
WBS hopes you can join them to discuss how the business community is responding to the opportunities available in the way energy is used in homes and commercial buildings.