Phyllis Prior-Boardman joins expert panel at January
Forum: Making the Green Deal Work in Yorkshire.
Enabling effective partnerships, collaborations and connections to
innovation, investment and procurement, the ecoConnect forum provides quarterly
thought leadership, business networking and collaboration on the UK's Green
Economy from a uniquely Yorkshire perspective.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
12 King Street
Leeds LS1 2HL
+44 (0)113 283 2500
Join an expert panel to discuss and debate this subject:
Helen Jaggar, Chief Executive of Berneslai Homes
Nathan Goode, Partner and Head of Sustainability at Grant Thornton
David Kilduff, Partner and Head of Renewables Energy & Reources Group at Walker Morris
Andy Deacon, Director of Delivery at the Energy Savings Trust
Phyllis Prior-Boardman, Executive Director at Green Deal Nationwide
Moderated by Jeremy Barnett, Specialist Barrister on Carbon Law and Renewable Energy at St Pauls Chambers.
At this ecoConnect Forum, you will hear the latest thinking on the realities of Green Deal implementation, deployment, finance and jobs creation. Followed by a networking drinks reception hosted by Walker Morris.
The forum will also consider how to encourage public adoption in order that Green Deal programmes can be delivered in Yorkshire at scale.
You’ll have the opportunity to discuss gain insight, find collaboration opportunities and engage in more detail with the speakers and others involved or planning to be involved in the Green Deal projects.
The ecoConnect Forums take place throughout the UK, bringing together senior executives and experts from policy, investment, technology and academia as well as other key industry contributors to meet gain green industry insight and network. Our “question - time” discussion forum provides ample time for audience participation.
WHO ATTENDS? INDUSTRY LEADERS AND INFLUENCERS
•Entrepreneurs & Innovators: To find investors, support, companies seeking solutions.
•Corporations & CSR Executives: To meet technology providers, find partners.
•Institutional, Private Equity, VC and Angel Investors: Evaluating new investment trends.
•Public Officials/Political Leaders: Engaging with key policy-affecting issues.
•Local Authorities: Connecting to green industry business.
•Law, accountancy, project management firms: Finding future cleantech clients.
•NGOs & Environmental Trade Associations: Adding their voice to the dialogue.
•Specialist Media: To hear the issues and stories shaping this exciting industry.
Note: through supporter, St Pauls Chambers, delegates can claim 1.5 CPD points for attending this Forum.
Organised by ecoConnect, Britain's fastest growing Green Industry Business Network, enabling effective partnerships, collaborations and connections throughout the UK. ecoConnect provides essential links to industry innovation, business support, investment and procurement. It is a not-for-profit development agency helping to create a viable UK Green Economy in which technology plays a crucial lead role.
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