Friday 13th of January 2023

When: 13th of January, 2023
Time: 12:00 – 14:00
Where: Lincs Inspire Limited, Natural World Centre, Moor Lane, Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Lincoln LN6 9BW

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Business

Do you want to transform your business into a more energy-efficient, environmentally friendly business?  Our panel of experts will provide insight, tips and tricks to help you do just that.

Panel Information:

Carrie Clarke – Siemens Energy
Siemens Energy operates globally across the entire energy value chain and the business area Carrie works within is distributed gas services with an impact in over 90 countries. Sustainability to Siemens Energy goes beyond EDI and decarbonisation however Carrie predominantly focuses on these two areas. Decarbonisation of onsite operations (reduction of gas, electricity and fleet), reducing the carbon impact of products to minimising the environmental impact of our supply chain. Carrie has in excess of 19 years experience working in operational and strategic roles leading the way on sustainability topics and in 2020 won a national award with the Petroleum Economist for being one of the top 10 women in the UK having an impact on sustainability.

Peter Wright- The Utility Specialists
Peter has over 15 years of experience in Electric and Gas procurement, advising most sectors of Industry how to buy it better. Working closely with every part of the chain from the trading desk through to site works and metering, Peter has extensive knowledge of everything that can be done to reduce cost.

Ed Crowther – My Square Metre
Ed started his journey into creating spaces for wildlife when he started his working life on a local, forward-thinking organic farm. But it was during the pandemic that he had time to learn in more detail about the dismal and worsening situation nature was facing. His answer was to develop My Square Metre, a win-win for businesses who wanted to take action, and an environment that needed our help.

Toni O’Brien – Business Lincolnshire
Toni works as the dedicated Growth Hub Adviser for North Kesteven and Lincoln on behalf of the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub. The Growth hub is a single place to go for funded access to business experts and mentors, support and guidance, grants, business-focused events and webinars, and finance to help support Greater Lincolnshire-based businesses to start and grow.

Derrick Denton – UK Alternative Energy
(From LinkedIn)
Derrick set up UK Alternative Energy Ltd in 2009 to help homes and businesses alike to reduce their increasing utility bills, and carbon footprints and with some renewable technologies to even gain a return on investment. UK Alternative Energy specialises in the installations of Solar PV, Battery Storage, Air Source Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers, and Rainwater Harvesting systems.

Daniel Clark – EV Motion
(From LinkedIn)
EV Motion is electric vehicle charge point installers based in Lincolnshire, offering a charge point installation service to commercial and domestic customers.

Jack McGovern – The Glow Group
(From LinkedIn)
In only two years, Jack has taken The Glow Group to be the top-rated installer of air source heat pumps and low temperature heating systems in the county.

Thomas Enright – The Environment Agency
(From LinkedIn)
Thomas has over twenty years of leadership and operational experience in the water, utilities and environment sectors across programme management, capital delivery, business improvement, safety leadership, and corporate social responsibility.

LN6 Info

LN6 events are always informal and fun.  We pack a lot into the two hour event, including a tasty buffet, some fun interactive activities to help introduce you to someone new and of course the opportunity to hear from our sponsor or learn from our expert panel members.

At this particular event you can learn more about helping your business to become more environmentally friendly and in turn, financially and environmentally sustainable.  The cost of energy at the moment is rocketing and businesses and households alike need to find ways to mitigate heat loss, reduce energy consumption or the reliance on the grid.

After the panel have shared their expertise, there will be time for informal networking and socialising, as usual.