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Smart, Connected, “Low Carbon” Communities – what are they and how are they created?


The day will focus on best practice examples & knowledge transfer opportunities of new technologies, solutions and innovation; which can educate delegates on the benefits of economic, social, and environmental sustainability projects, from some of the following areas:
  • Achieving Zero Net Energy Buildings

  • Smart Heat & Energy Systems

  • Water & Energy Efficiency

  • Smart Grid & Energy Storage

  • Sustainable Transport

  • Smart & Future Mobility

  • Air Quality, Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation & Building Overheating

  • Smart & Future Cities

  • Connected Communities & Low Emission Neighbourhoods

  • IoT & Interoperability

  • Low Carbon Infrastructure

  • Finance & Funding

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08:00 am – Registration and Morning Coffee in the “Networking Zone” 60 minutes of Networking

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SESSION 1 Commences: Chaired by SmartKlub

Smart, Connected, “Low Carbon” Communities – what are they and how are they created?

09:00 amChair’s Opening Address – David Morgan, Founding Partner, SmartKlub (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Introduction to SmartKlub”

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09:05 am – Keynote Address: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (INVITED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “The Clean Growth Strategy”



09:20 amNathan Pierce, Programme Director for Sharing Cities at Greater London Authority (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “Building Smart Cities Together”



09:35 amPlatinum Partner: Steven Scott, Founder & Paul McGonagle, Engineering Consultant Partner, Square Root Solar (CONFIRMED)

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09:55 amEvidence Based Analysis Project by:

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10:10 amSimon Blazey, Strategic Solutions Sales Manager, UK & Nordic Region, Tridonic (CONFIRMED)

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Simon comes with a wealth of experience within the built environment having worked for several of the major building automation manufacturers over a 25 year career; in which he held several key sales positions at Schneider Electric managing a team of segment specialists covering key end user accounts delivering fully integrated building automation and energy management solutions. Additional duties included building strategic partnerships with organisations to facilitate high level end user selling with specific focus on building performance ie Energy optimisation and workplace performance. Due to the success in the UK, Simon soon worked out of Schneider’s Paris HQ to replicate the deployment of this methodology across the Global Schneider business community.

Simon in recent years had the role of Building Performance Director at Armstrong fluid Technology working with End Users developing carbon reduction strategies and projects. These relationships and understanding of Building performance has helped Simon, now in his Strategic Solution sales role at Tridonic with the beyond lighting strategy of IP connected buildings and cloud based lighting solutions being at the forefront of developments in Lighting. Understanding what End Users and Building Operators want from Lighting and sharing the Intelligent possibilities beyond lighting are a big part of what Simon brings to Tridonic and its Clients.



10:25 amGrant Bailey, Managing Director, Energy Optimised (CONFIRMED)

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10:40 amGraham Evans, Residential Heatpump Business Development Manager, Clivet UK (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “The use of Heat Pump technology in new and existing homes”

We will be discussing the advantages of heat pump technology within new build and existing housing stock, with additional information on new system designs that include heat recovery, cooling and most importantly air quality within the home.

Graham has worked within the HVAC sector for the last 15 years, and in the most recent 6 years has focused on heat pumps for the domestic market. This means working with consultants, architects, local authorities and installers in making sure this relatively new technology works, regardless of the project size and budget.



10:55 am – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers



11:10 am – Interactive Refreshment Break in the “Networking Zone” 60 minutes of Networking

Low Caron Britain - 1st December 2016



SESSION 2 Commences: Chaired by the Energy Saving Trust

“Air Quality” – A Silent Killer ?

An effective transport system is vital for economic well-being and good quality of life. However, there is widespread concern that the continuing growth of transport is damaging to the environment.

The impacts of vehicle exhaust emissions include acid deposition and air pollution, human health effects, global climate change and noise pollution. Growth in transport is also damaging to the efficient functioning of the economy (through road congestion)

In the UK, it has been recognised that the continued mismanagement of an unsustainable transport system cannot continue in the future. Sustainable transport policies will involve more than traffic reduction. New technology is required to increase vehicle efficiency and reduce air pollution from the traffic that remains. Investment in other modes of transport, including public transport, cycling and walking will be needed to encourage individuals out of their cars.

A sustainable transport policy, to safeguard air quality and human health, will require a thorough integration of numerous modes of transport and technologies and today this session will outline the damaging affect air pollution has on health and how certain technologies and solutions can be implemented to help improve air quality from transport emissions.



12:10 pm – Session Chair – Andrew Benfield, Group Director of Transport, Energy Saving Trust (CONFIRMED)

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12:15pm – Keynote Address: Alison Cook, Director of Policy & Comms, British Lung Foundation. (CONFIRMED)

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12:35pm – Evidence Based Analysis Project by: (Gold Partner) TBC

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12:50pm – Aletta Korster, Senior Consultant, Royal HaskoningDVH (CONFIRMED)

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13:05pm – Fraser Seifert, Policy & Strategy Manger, ofo UK, (CONFIRMED)

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13:20pm – Daniel Chick, Technical Director, Zipabout (CONFIRMED)

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13:35pm – Alan Asbury, Director, CLS Energy & Chairman of the Low Carbon Club (CONFIRMED)

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13:50pm – Vernon Bonser, Corporate Sales Manager UK (CONFIRMED)

PRESENTATION TITLE: “ The Telematics Merry-go-round (and how to ride for free) “



14:05 pm – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers



14:20 pm – Interactive Late Lunch in the “Networking Zone” (1hr 25 minutes of Networking)



15:45pm – Closing Remarks in the “Networking Zone” by Ron Pusey, Director of Low Carbon Club




For any further questions or queries please contact lee@3ppp.co.uk


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