Inenco hosted its second Summer Utilities Forum on 22nd June 2017 at Inenco HQ in Lytham St Annes for a day of networking, presentations and thought-provoking panel discussions, all tailored towards senior energy professionals from industrial and commercial organisations across the UK.
Dean Van Leeuwen, astute and accessible futurist and business speaker, has a tangible view of the future of leadership and business, which he expresses in a relatable, no-nonsense and interactive presentations, fuelled by humour and insight. A leading TEDx speaker and well-reviewed author, Dean is highly accomplished in his field.
Lee Warren uses his unique background in magic, psychology and sales to teach others the secrets to being an outstanding communicator in the world of business. Lee knows that, in order to succeed at any level, it is vital to be persuasive and to connect with people.
Laura Sandys, a leading TEDx speaker, runs a consultancy firm shaping new business models in the energy, food and resources sectors, using her entrepreneurial experience to find solutions to complex business challenges. When in Parliament she served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister for Energy and Climate Change.
James Murray is the editor-in-chief for BusinessGreen having launched the site in October 2007. He reports daily on a wide range of green business issues, with a particular focus on low carbon policy, economics and technology and is one of the UK’s leading commentators on the low carbon economy.
Richard Tarboton has over 16 years of experience in sustainability and energy sectors – a thought leader, a respected authority at board level, and a recognised speaker. Richard’s experience bridges across strategy, finance, marketing, manufacturing, supply chain operations, change management, and new product and service development.
Jonathan leads the Association’s policy and regulatory development, working closely with members and policymakers to promote the sustainable development of the decentralised energy sector in the UK, including through combined heat and power, district heating, and demand side energy services.
10.00am – Arrival & refreshments
12.30pm – Lunch & networking
17.00pm – Wrap up with host Jonty Bloom, Business Correspondent
18.00pm – Optional drinks and dinner at The Grand Hotel, Lytham St Annes
Inenco CCO, David Cockshott gave our attendees a small preview into the latest research from Inenco on the ‘Future Utilities Manager’. How is the role of the business energy professional going to change?
Our whitepaper is due to launch in September. You can pre-register your interest to receive your free copy by clicking here.
The future vehicle fleet could be one of the biggest challenges on business energy infrastructure in the near future. Whilst many of the utility challenges that businesses have to overcome occur within the generation, transmission and distribution of their utilities, understanding future energy demand is actually integral to the impact of all of these challenges.
As part of the Summer Utilities Forum, Inenco brought together some of the widest distributed car manufacturers to showcase the electric and hybrid fleet to delegates during the event. To read more information on the vehicles displayed at the forum, click here.