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WWF and Centre for Sustainable Energy join unrivalled line-up of international energy leaders at Energy Solutions 2011

An unrivalled line-up of international energy leaders including the WWF’s head of energy policy and the Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE)’s chief executive will join over 3,000 delegates at Energy Solutions 2011 to impart best practice and encourage debate for the future of the UK’s energy sector.

Reading as a ‘who’s who’ of the energy world, the Renewables Theatre will provide a forum for debate and discussion, playing host to experts from the Renewable Energy Association (REA), Energy Saving Trust, Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) and the Micropower Council.

Taking place at London Olympia from 11-12 October 2011, Energy Solutions is the UK’s largest exhibition dedicated to energy management and procurement and onsite renewables. The event is set to showcase the latest in a wide range of products and services from more than 300 exhibitors across the energy sector.

Kicking off Day One, Simon Roberts, chief executive of the Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) will lead with a thought provoking discussion centred upon the delivery of renewable energy and ways to address the urgent need to accelerate the development and deployment of low-carbon technologies. Nick Molho, Head of Energy Policy for WWF will follow on Day Two with his keynote covering ‘100% Renewables by 2050 – Energy for a New Future’ which will see him discussing why and how energy savings and domestic renewable energy are now more important and cost-effective than ever.

Two BIG DISCUSSION panels covering ‘The Future for Renewables’ and ‘The Role of Microgeneration in the UK’s Energy Future’ will immerse delegates in an energetic debate experience amongst some of the world’s leading energy professionals.

Key topics covered across the event include:
•    Understanding and Taking Advantage of Feed-In Tariffs (Renewable Energy Association)
•    Solar Thermal Field Trial (Energy Saving Trust)
•    Energy Recovery from Residual Waste (Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM))
•    Groundsource Heating and Cooling – Moving to the Mainstream (Ground Source Heat Pump Association (GSHPA))
•    Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) – Revolutionising the way Heat is Generated and Used (WSP Environment & Energy)
•    Microgeneration in Action – A Focus on Solar (Southern Solar)
•    An Integrated Approach to Energy – CHP and District Heating (ENER-G Combined Power)
•    Micro Wind Renewable Energy Systems (Proven Energy)

Adrian Newton, Portfolio Director for Energy Solutions at UBM Live, said: “Driving best practice and cost efficiencies across the energy sector is now more vital than ever. To support this, we have invested heavily in our speaker programme, joining forces with the crème de la crème of the industry to create the most instructive and authoritative educational programme for the energy profession.”

For the full educational programme please visit the Energy solutions website www.energysolutionsexpo.co.uk and register for your free pass.  Follow Energy Solutions on Twitter @energysol_expo and join our LinkedIn group for the latest information.

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