Building new alliances and developing new networks will be the measure of success for this event. And, by bringing together representation from all key stakeholders including ESCOs, regulators, municipalities and other private buy-side clients, we can offer you an excellent forum in which constructive debate can take place and new relationships can be forged.
The agenda this year offers a carefully balanced mixture of presentation themes ranging from financing, best practice case studies, insight into adapting to new regulatory frameworks and presentation feedback from private and public-sector clients.
The quality of the speaking programme makes picking out highlight topics a challenge, so below we offer just a small snapshot to show speaker and project diversity covered:
- Panel Session: How Best to Use the Current and Upcoming Policy Directives
Moderator: Pierre Langlois, President, Econoler, Canada
Gregor Paterson-Jones, Managing Director for Energy and Efficiency, Green Investment Bank, UK
Jose Lao, Head of Energy Strategies, City of Barcelona, Spain
Jacqueline Cramer, Director of the Utrecht Sustainability Institute and former Dutch Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, The Netherlands
Roman Doubrava, Policy Officer, DG ENER, European Commission, Belgium
- Getting Best Value for Money from an EPC: Nottingham City Council
Alex Moczarski, City Energy Manager, Nottingham City Council, UK
- What will it Take for Institutional Investors to Invest?
Matt Golden, Senior Energy Finance Consultant, Environmental Defence Fund, US
- New EU Funding Opportunities in the Field of Energy Services and Results from the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme
Timothée Noël, Project Officer, Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation, European Commission, Belgium
- Big Data: its value in ESCO
Rudiger Lohse, Head of Section, Energy Services Development, Germany
Timothy Unruh, Program Manager for the Federal Energy Management Program, U.S Department of Energy
- Case Study: Building Energy Efficiency Market Transformation in Ireland
Majella Kelleher, Head of Energy Demand Management, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
With such a compelling line up of presentations and speakers this year, we hope you will see the value in attending the ESCO Europe 2014 conference. If you register before Friday 22 November, you will benefit from the Early Bird rate saving you up to €600!
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