Join 250+ public sector colleagues at the Carbon Trust Public Sector Conference 2017 to discuss ideas, share best practice and learn about how different public bodies and cities are reducing their carbon, water and waste emissions and leading the response to climate change.
Date: Tuesday, 21 February, 2017
Location: 155 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3YX
The 2017 Public Sector Conference will bring together a national collaboration of public sector decision makers who are accountable for delivering carbon reduction policies, strategies and targets across UK cities, towns, local authorities, estates, assets and facilities.
The Conference will explore the vital role the public sector plays in city, region and community developments, as well as ensuring local authorities and public sector organisations are seizing sustainable opportunities and meeting carbon reduction policies.
Attended by 250+ professionals, delegates will gain knowledge and advice on achieving energy savings and understand new technologies, innovations and solutions.
The agenda on the day will cover best practice and insight from those leading on the agenda, with a focus on:
Sessions will be practical, providing case studies of celebrated successful projects whilst uncovering the challenges and opportunities facing city leaders and major stakeholders. A breakfast roundtable, keynote speeches, interactive workshop sessions and master classes will provide delegates with an engaging and informative day.
Hear from senior policy makers from national and local government about the importance of sustainable practices and climate change resilience for the UK economy and the opportunities which can be learnt from Smart Cities developing around the world.
Interim Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester
Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Mayor of London
Professor Jim Skea
RCUK Energy Strategy Fellow and Professor of Sustainable Energy, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London
Please note the event is for public sector delegates only, including local government, emergency services, central government departments, NHS, education and higher education sector.
The continued success of the Conference, and high levels of attendance, are partly because attendance of the Conference is strictly limited to public sector professionals only. This gives attendees a high level of confidence and creates an environment focused on the learning and sharing of best practice.
Photos from last year's conference:
The event took place at 155 Bishopsgate, near London’s Liverpool Street Station.
This was the largest ever audience for the Carbon Trust Public Sector Conference
Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, Parliamentary Undersecretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, was the first keynote speaker of the day.
Morning masterclass presented by Armin Mayer of GE.
Joan MacNaughton of the World Energy Council, one of the keynote speakers, presenting on the energy trilemma.
Delegates were able to visit the Carbon Trust stand to find out more about how they could receive support on improving sustainability.
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council was formally awarded certification to the Carbon Trust Standard by Morgan Jones, Associate Director, the Carbon Trust.
Joseph Thornton of the Carbon Trust presents a masterclass on supply chain.
Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, Parliamentary Undersecretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, welcomes delegates to the event.
Pete Lau, newly appointed CEO for Europe and the Middle East at Current, powered by GE, presents to the delegates.
Left to Right: Pete Lau, CEO EME, Current, powered by GE: Tom Delay, CEO, the Carbon Trust; Joan MacNaughton, World Energy Council; Tim Pryce, Head of Public Sector, the Carbon Trust.
The team from the newly launched Current, powered by GE, headline sponsors of the event.
The Carbon Trust Public Sector Conference has previously been supported by:
If you’re interested in raising your company’s profile and aligning your brand with the Carbon Trust’s mission to transition towards a sustainable, low carbon economy please get in touch.
Sponsoring or exhibiting at the Carbon Trust Public Sector Conference is the perfect way to increase your visibility within the public sector. Opportunities vary from leading your own Masterclass with Carbon Trust via a 45min speaking session, networking and exhibition opportunities. The Conference is an unique opportunity to raise profile and gain exposure to decision makers within the public sector.
To find out more, please contact Kari Allen on +44(0) 7989 105 709 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. b2b partnerships work with the Carbon Trust to develop partnerships, sponsorship and strategic alliances across relevant events, research programmes, thought leadership and high profile campaigns and activities.
Tue, 21 Feb 2017