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  • RF Back to Basics Session 4: Accuracy Matters
    RF Back to Basics Session 4: Accuracy Matters
    Joel Nelson - RF and Microwave Application Engineer Recorded: May 21 2020 34 mins
    What do you do with the result after you take a measurement? Often, people compare the result to a specification and make a “Pass” or “Fail” decision to ship or reject the item under test. They don’t teach you in school how accuracy affects the risk of incorrect Pass/Fail decisions. We will.
  • Grid Balancing and Energy Services - the key to recovering lost revenue.
    Grid Balancing and Energy Services - the key to recovering lost revenue.
    Mark Davis, Lisa McMullan & Michael St. Leger - GridBeyond Recorded: May 21 2020 55 mins
    Knowledge of system balancing is becoming increasingly important for energy managers who are serious about reducing costs and engaging with network flexibility to support a smart, green grid.

    In this webinar we will share a wealth of knowledge on innovative ways Industrial, Commercial and Public Sector customers can rescue some lost revenues post-lockdown by optimising participation in balancing services, price optimisation and energy optimisation strategies.

    Like all ICON webinars, this will of course be education focused, and provide an overview of the options and how they all work
  • Webroot Threat Report: 2020 and Covid-19
    Webroot Threat Report: 2020 and Covid-19
    Tyler Moffitt, Senior Threat Research Analyst Recorded: May 20 2020 60 mins
    How is COVID-19 affecting cybersecurity? How are cybercriminals capitalizing on a thirst for information—and the desire to help others—to turn a quick buck? Join Tyler Moffit in our latest webinar as we analyze the new threat activity due to COVID-19 from malware, phishing and crypto jacking. Keep up to date with the newest threats and see how you can be cyber resilient
  • The Critical Update - 2Q 2020
    The Critical Update - 2Q 2020
    Andy Lawrence, Rhonda Ascierto, Chris Brown, Amber Villegas Williamson Recorded: May 20 2020 63 mins
    In this quarterly update webinar, the Uptime Institute team will discuss current developments in the field of mission-critical digital infrastructure. This will include critical pandemic planning and the path to “the New Normal” in operations, resiliency and outages, the current economics and prospects for the sector, the changing supply chain, and the role of automation in the years ahead.
  • RF Back to Basics Session 3: Signal Generation and Digital Modulation
    RF Back to Basics Session 3: Signal Generation and Digital Modulation
    Bill Blakely - RF and Microwave Application Engineer Recorded: May 19 2020 30 mins
    This webinar covers CW signal generation and characteristics, including phase-noise and signal synthesis using VCO’s and Phase-Locked-Loops.It will also discuss analog and digital modulation generation and measurement techniques.
  • Webroot Threat Report 2020 and Covid-19
    Webroot Threat Report 2020 and Covid-19
    Tyler Moffit Recorded: May 19 2020 61 mins
    How is COVID-19 effecting cybersecurity? How are cybercriminals capitalising on a thirst for information—and the desire to help others—to turn a quick buck?

    You’re invited to join Webroot security analyst Tyler Moffitt for a webinar analyzing threat activity including malware, phishing, and cryptojacking that’s arisen in response to COVID-19.

    Ensure your clients are resilient against this new strand of attacks by joining our webinar.
  • Water stewardship. Quantity and Quality - session 3
    Water stewardship. Quantity and Quality - session 3
    Jason Palmer, Director, Surface Tailings & Water Solutions, Outotec Recorded: May 19 2020 48 mins
    Water stewardship is about using water in a socially equitable, environmentally sustainable, and economically beneficial way. Legislators are pushing greater transparency of use and the effluent limits in some countries are dropping to almost unmeasurable limits.
    Looking beyond Water availability and security what quality should our water have to optimize the returns it provides in processing and on return to the environment how can we assure the next user is better off, what actions can we take to reduce our impact on this valuable resource.
  • Connected Services with 24/7 Support
    Connected Services with 24/7 Support
    Bishal Karki & Juho Pylkko Recorded: May 19 2020 36 mins
    How to obtain reliable visibility of your equipment 24/7
  • Is Your Network Ready for the Work from Home Surge?
    Is Your Network Ready for the Work from Home Surge?
    Brian McKellar, Edge Computing Expert, Keysight Technologies Recorded: May 15 2020 53 mins
    Are your collaboration, voice, and video applications struggling to keep up with an influx of remote connections? It’s hard to perform at your best if your network isn’t performing at its best. You need to focus on business — not whether the next conference call is going to work. 

    Join this webinar and discover how active network monitoring can help you minimize service disruptions and get back on track. You will learn how to:

    -verify network readiness for unexpected events, like a significant increase in teleworking users and VPN load
    -validate quality of experience, troubleshoot bottlenecks, and pinpoint where to increase bandwidth or adjust network quality of service
    -troubleshoot faster by identifying whether performance issues stem from your network, your carrier, your applications, or your users’ connection
  • Partner Ecosystem and the ‘Importance of Our Community'
    Partner Ecosystem and the ‘Importance of Our Community'
    Wayne Arvidson, Director, Global Edge Partner and Industries Office, Safety and Security | Computer Vision Recorded: May 14 2020 30 mins
    In today’s world of Digital Transformation, Safety and Security | Computer Vision capabilities are front and center. Whether it’s edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning at the edge, core or cloud, see how your organization can deploy next generation safety and security solutions.
    Join Wayne Arvidson, Director, Global Edge Partner and Industries Office, Safety and Security | Computer Vision, Dell Technologies for this live webinar.

    What’s in It for You
    •Gain insights into industry trends and game changers driven by a dynamic community.
    •Explore emerging safety and security use cases and learn how Dell and our partners make them real today.
    •Hear how Dell Technologies brings together different partners and input from the community to improve and design new solutions.
  • RF Back to Basics Session 2: Spectrum Analysis Fundamentals
    RF Back to Basics Session 2: Spectrum Analysis Fundamentals
    Joel Nelson - RF and Microwave Application Engineer Recorded: May 14 2020 56 mins
    During this session we will cover swept tuned and FFT receiver techniques and the optimization of spectral search techniques including RBW, VBW and dynamic range criteria for the most accurate measurements. Distortion and noise contributions are described as well.
  • 6 Growth Opportunities in the Global Power Industry Sparked by COVID-19
    6 Growth Opportunities in the Global Power Industry Sparked by COVID-19
    John Raspin, Jonathan Robinson, Maria Benintende and Vasanth Krishnan, Frost & Sullivan Experts Recorded: May 14 2020 61 mins
    Although the situation continues to evolve rapidly, it is already clear that COVID-19 is going to have a significant impact on the global economy. For the energy sector, there have been immediate outcomes. The price of oil has declined steeply, industrial electricity demand has fallen sharply in leading global economies, and power projects have been put on short-term hold. What could happen next for the industry? Is this a short blip in the energy transition, or could it have long-term implications that significantly slow or even change the developments we have seen in the sector over the past decade?

    Key Takeaways:

    • Discover ways power & utility companies can increase investment in digital solutions to improve the resiliency and efficiency of their operations
    • See how oil & gas companies can increase investment in renewable energy to de-risk from dependence on oil & gas
    • Understand the quick recovery of decentralized energy resources as battery energy storage continues its move to center stage
    • Identify alternative business models to support the deployment of renewable energy
  • Virtual Geology Field Trips: Exploring and Analyzing
    Virtual Geology Field Trips: Exploring and Analyzing
    Sandra Merten Recorded: May 14 2020 44 mins
    Often times, analyzing the history and evolution of the Earth requires on-site exploration. But, sometimes, gaining access to a site is simply not feasible.

    That’s why virtual field trips are the next best thing. With digital tools, geoscientists can still analyze their area of interest from their computer desks using maps, outcrop photos, cross-sections, and more. It’s just a matter of finding the right digital tools to help.

    In this webinar, you will learn more about how to conduct a field trip virtually and how Geofacets can make your time more productive. Plus, you will see how to integrate maps and other information into Google Earth to conduct your virtual field trip and further analyze your area of interest.

    Sandra Merten, Senior Product Manager of Geofacets, will demonstrate how to:
    •Use digital tools to explore an area of interest virtually
    •Find maps, outcrop photos, cross-sections, and associated article information quickly using Geofacets to get up to speed on the geological setting of a field trip area
    •Use Google Earth to gain geospatial insights
    •Download figures, tables and associated citation information from Geofacets to gain further insights on interesting field locations and manage source references

    Geofacets is the largest, most comprehensive solution of its kind, and helps organizations optimize time, money, and talent. Geofacets is used by leading Oil & Gas Companies, Mining Companies and Academic Institutions to quickly uncover reliable, actionable geoscience information and data sourced from scientific publications. Visit www.elsevier.com/geofacets
  • Hydrogen: Scaling Up Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
    Hydrogen: Scaling Up Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
    Nigel Holmes, Mirela Atanasiu, Nicolas Pocard, Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson, Mark Crowther Recorded: May 14 2020 104 mins
    Scotland has set a target for Net Zero by 2045, with hydrogen featuring in plans for rapid decarbonisation of heat, industry, and heavy duty transport. We will hear about progress with transport fuel cell applications from Nicolas Pocard, and with hydrogen for heat from Mark Crowther. This will be complemented by insights from Mirela Atanasiu and Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson on the priorities for post-COVID economic recovery, and the opportunity to pivot towards sustainable energy and transport solutions not just in Scotland but also UK and Europe.

    Chair: Nigel Holmes, CEO, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA)

    Speakers:
    ● Economic recovery with Clean Hydrogen & Fuel Cells - Mirela Atanasiu, Head of Unit at Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU), European Commission
    ● Fuel cell bus & truck powertrain trends - Nicolas Pocard, Director Marketing, Ballard Power Systems
    ● COVID-19 impacts and opportunities - Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson, Principal Consultant, Advisian
    ● Building the UK’s first 100% hydrogen network with H100 – Mark Crowther, Technical Director, Kiwa

    Panel Q&A
  • Low carbon heat: Are heat networks the answer?
    Low carbon heat: Are heat networks the answer?
    Dr Keith MacLean OBE, Gareth Fenney, Nick Gosling, Dave Pearson, Morten Jordt Duedahl Recorded: May 14 2020 95 mins
    Sponsored by The Scottish Government

    Decarbonising heat - meaning reducing and eliminating the greenhouse gases emitted during its generation and use - is essential to tackling climate change. Our panel of experts will be looking at policy; low carbon heat in general and heat networks/district heating at home (UK-wide and Glasgow’s Queens Quay Project in particular) and abroad.

    Topics that may come under the spotlight include:
    ● Low emission towns and cities: What’s needed to deliver cleaner air and economic growth?
    ● Stimulating a sustainable recovery post COVID-19 is great, but what’s needed now to make it happen?

    Chair: Dr Keith MacLean OBE, Managing Director, Providence Policy

    Speakers:
    ● Gareth Fenney, Head of Heat Strategy Unit, The Scottish Government
    ● Nick Gosling - Group Sales and Strategy Director, Vital Energi
    ● Dave Pearson, Director, Star Renewable Energy
    ● Morten Jordt Duedahl, Business Development Manager, Danish Board of District Heating (DBDH)

    Panel Q&A
  • Practical solutions for mine tailings and water - session 2
    Practical solutions for mine tailings and water - session 2
    Jason Palmer, Director, Surface Tailings & Water Solutions, Outotec Recorded: May 14 2020 55 mins
    Dry stacking successes?
    Water efficiency is not the only driver for dry stacking. Several gold producers are implementing dry stacking in Artic environments where the sites are water positive to achieve minimum environmental impact and minimise the risk of tails spills. Climatic conditions change some of the stacking logistics. We look at some of the more recent mine sites to embrace filtered tailings
    Combining mine backfill and dry stacking is an attractive option for some sites, how to balance the demands of different systems.
    Reliability focus on critical tailings filtration infrastructure, in dry stack operations maintenance can be a labour-intensive operation and good planning is essential to achieve the best availability and keep control of costs
  • Offshore wind – Keeping our eye on the long-term prize
    Offshore wind – Keeping our eye on the long-term prize
    Maf Smith, Jonathan Cole, Mary Thorogood, Benj Sykes, Christina Horspool, Morris Bray Recorded: May 13 2020 91 mins
    Our industry is a critical part of our UK and global response to climate change. The UK is a world leader in offshore wind, and we are seeing rapid expansion across the globe. But in the midst of a global pandemic, how does our industry prioritise and stay on the path to low carbon growth. We bring together leading figures from across our industry to talk about the continued opportunity for offshore wind and reflect on what our changed environment means for our businesses.

    Chair: Maf Smith, Director, Lumen Energy & Environment

    Panelists:
    ● Jonathan Cole, Managing Director, Iberdrola Global Offshore Wind Business
    ● Mary Thorogood, Senior Specialist, Strategy, Business Development and Government Relations, MHI Vestas Offshore Wind
    ● Benj Sykes, Vice President, UK Offshore. Head of UK Market Development, Consenting & External Affairs, Ørsted and Industry Chair, OWIC
    ● Christina Horspool, Environment Division Manager, Xodus Group
    ● Morris Bray, Senior Business Development Manager, National Grid Ventures.

    Panel Q&A
  • The Path to Net Zero
    The Path to Net Zero
    Chris Stark, Keith Anderson, Prof. Karen Turner, Prof. Rebecca Willis Recorded: May 13 2020 91 mins
    How do we reach net zero? Industry luminaries will provide their far-ranging views on this all-important topic. They will undoubtedly touch on the effect of COVID-19 on immediate plans, COP 26 aims and steps to be taken that show real progress before the summit is held; recommendations to governments; economic impact; and the view of citizens of the UK including those of young people

    Introduced by Judith Patten MBE, Project Director, All-Energy and Dcarbonise, and co-creator of All-Energy.

    Speakers:
    ● Chris Stark, CEO, Committee on Climate Change
    ● Keith Anderson, CEO, ScottishPower
    ● Professor Karen Turner, Director, Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde and a Just Transition Commissioner with a presentation – ‘Ensuring prosperity in the race to Net Zero: the challenge of balancing industrial decarbonisation and the ‘Just Transition’’
    ● Rebecca Willis, Professor in Practice, Lancaster Environment Centre; Expert Lead for Climate Assembly UK, the national citizens’ assembly on climate change

    Panel Q&A
  • RF Back to Basics Session 1: RF Microwave Signal Chain & Network Analysis
    RF Back to Basics Session 1: RF Microwave Signal Chain & Network Analysis
    Tony Wade- SR. Application Engineer Recorded: May 12 2020 77 mins
    Transmit/receive signal chains will be introduced along with important characteristics for design and measurement that will be discussed throughout the RF Back to Basics 5 session series. The Network Analysis section will cover transmission line basics, S-Parameters, and the Smith Chart. Transmit, receive and directivity paths will be described along with how dynamic range and accuracy can be optimized. Calibration and error correction will also be covered.
  • Take Control of the Last-Mile: Optimizing Your Service Level Management
    Take Control of the Last-Mile: Optimizing Your Service Level Management
    Craig Reynolds, Director of Edge Network Strategy, Ixia, a Keysight busines Recorded: May 8 2020 41 mins
    Service providers often rely on vendors for final-mile connectivity. But as enterprises demand higher speeds and reliability, managing and fulfilling service level agreements (SLAs) can prove exceedingly difficult. In this webinar, you’ll discover how IxProbe helps service providers and enterprises alike hasten troubleshooting, monitor performance, and ensure quality-of-service across all branch locations — regardless of who is fulfilling the final mile.

    Discover how you can hasten troubleshooting, monitor performance, and ensure service level agreements (SLAs) across all branch locations — regardless of who is supplying last mile connectivity.

    In this webinar you will learn how to:

    -Ensure your branch locations are always meeting their SLAs
    -Fix problems quickly to save money when branch networks experience downtime
    -Prevent performance problems before they cause major outages across your network
  • Futureproofing for Electric Vehicles: the interoperability challenge
    Futureproofing for Electric Vehicles: the interoperability challenge
    Jeremy Yapp Recorded: May 6 2020 60 mins
    The stark reduction in air pollution over recent weeks due to the coronavirus lockdown has shown just how much local transport by internal combustion engines is contributing to poor air quality.

    However the shift to low emission vehicles is far from straightforward.

    Businesses and local authorities need confidence that the public charge points they install will continue to provide value for years to come, and that it will work as part of a complex system of multiple vehicle types, operators and consumer behaviours. Private, domestic charging needs to work as part of the home’s energy management system within a resilient electricity system. But what support is there to help understand the options? And where can you go for technical advice?

    Jeremy Yapp, Head of Flexible Energy Systems at BEAMA helps unmask some of the mystery in this webinar on Futureproofing for Electric Vehicles: the Interoperability Challenge.
  • The Future of Safety & Security
    The Future of Safety & Security
    Nick Thermenos, General Manager, Safety and Security | Computer Vision, Dell Technologies Recorded: Apr 30 2020 30 mins
    Join Nick Thermenos, General Manager, Safety and Security | Computer Vision, Dell Technologies for an interactive webinar on the Future of Safety and Security | Computer Vision solutions as organizations are working to make the world safer. With the growing number of cameras and requirements to retain videos for a longer time period, organizations are looking to update their existing infrastructure to run optimally and scale cost-efficiently.
  • COVID-19 & Las Instalaciones de Misión Crítica: Actualización & Q&A
    COVID-19 & Las Instalaciones de Misión Crítica: Actualización & Q&A
    Amber Villegas Williamson, Juan Orozco, Daniel Aguirre, Eder Gallardo, Josue Ramirez Recorded: Apr 28 2020 61 mins
    Escuche lo último sobre cómo los operadores y propietarios de centros de datos y otras instalaciones de misión crítica son afectadas, y como están respondiendo a la pandemia COVID-19. Esta sesión incluirá una sesión ampliada de preguntas y respuestas (Q&A) y casos reales con expertos del Uptime Institute, en la que responderemos a preguntas en vivo y a algunas de las recibidas en las últimas tres semanas.
  • Change towards a sustainable future (even for those who aren't keen)
    Change towards a sustainable future (even for those who aren't keen)
    Sarah Divall, Hubbub Recorded: Apr 28 2020 44 mins
    The question of how to encourage behaviour change is absolutely key to the success of any Environmental or Sustainability professional.

    Whilst we are now in a period where everything is changing, very rapidly, maintaining the importance of sustainability in business can be a real challenge.

    With years of experience in doing just that, Sarah Divall from Sustainable Change Hub, Hubbub shares her insights on change management and how to keep sustainability as top topic on the Boardroom table.
  • Using Wacom Devices with Virtual Workstations Q&A Follow-Up
    Using Wacom Devices with Virtual Workstations Q&A Follow-Up
    Kevin Ottomeyer, Teradici & Joseph Sliger and Jarrod Dunnihoo - Wacom Recorded: Apr 27 2020 48 mins
    This is a follow-up Q&A session for the Using Wacom Devices with Virtual Workstations Webinar that was held on Monday, April 13th
  • Geometallurgy: a key to the optimization of the mining value chain
    Geometallurgy: a key to the optimization of the mining value chain
    Matti Talikka, Director, Geometallurgy & Projects Evaluation, Outotec May 26 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The optimization of the minerals value chain towards more economically and environmentally sustainable operations requires a holistic approach. The concept is based on value creation over the whole mining and mineral processing chain.

    During the webinar, we will discuss how geometallurgy provides a structured approach to evaluate, develop, and manage mineral resource projects through all phases from exploration to the final product. We will be sharing example cases on optimizing projects from technical, economic, and environmental points of views.
  • Security Awareness While Working Remotely
    Security Awareness While Working Remotely
    Ken Thon May 26 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Has being at home made us more lax about cybersecurity? At work 49% of respondents said they had clicked links to messages from unknown senders so, what does this mean for employees working remotely? Join Ken Thon to see how you can keep yourself security aware while working remotely.
  • RF Back to Basics Session 5: RF Simulation
    RF Back to Basics Session 5: RF Simulation
    Pegah Alavi - Sr. Application Engineer May 27 2020 3:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    This webinar introduces Keysight’s Advanced Design System (ADS) and covers linear design techniques including S-parameter simulation, impedance matching, tuning, and optimization. It also touches on non-linear frequency- and time-domain simulation, EM Simulation, and passive and active RF device models.
  • Minimizing Soluble Gold Losses with Continuous Management of Activated Carbon
    Minimizing Soluble Gold Losses with Continuous Management of Activated Carbon
    Peter Blanz, Product Manager - Intelligent Instruments, Outotec May 28 2020 6:00 am UTC 60 mins
    To optimize the gold leaching process and minimize soluble gold losses, one should actively manage the amount of activated carbon in the reactors by controlling the carbon pumping. However, one cannot control what one cannot measure, and therefore some means of analyzing the carbon concentration in each tank is needed. The traditional method of manual sampling and laboratory analysis is too slow, prone to significant errors and infrequent to be useful in continuous carbon management. We’ll introduce Outotec’s in-situ carbon concentration measurement – CarbonSense – and discuss control strategies for efficient carbon management.
  • Minimizing Soluble Gold Losses with Continuous Management of Activated Carbon
    Minimizing Soluble Gold Losses with Continuous Management of Activated Carbon
    Peter Blanz, Product Manager - Intelligent Instruments, Outotec May 28 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    To optimize the gold leaching process and minimize soluble gold losses, one should actively manage the amount of activated carbon in the reactors by controlling the carbon pumping. However, one cannot control what one cannot measure, and therefore some means of analyzing the carbon concentration in each tank is needed. The traditional method of manual sampling and laboratory analysis is too slow, prone to significant errors and infrequent to be useful in continuous carbon management. We’ll introduce Outotec’s in-situ carbon concentration measurement – CarbonSense – and discuss control strategies for efficient carbon management.
  • Modern Uses of Thermal Imaging and Computer Vision Technologies
    Modern Uses of Thermal Imaging and Computer Vision Technologies
    Michael Knight, Global CTO, Safety and Security – Industry Edge, Dell Technologies May 28 2020 3:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Welcome back to Dell Technologies Innovation Webinar Series. In this conversation we will explore and focus on the “Modern Uses of Thermal Imaging and Computer Vision Technologies”. The next generation of safety and security solutions such as thermal imaging and computer vision are being used in novel ways in today’s world, and we believe this is only the beginning.
  • Net zero reset? Partner insight with British Gas Business and UK Power Networks
    Net zero reset? Partner insight with British Gas Business and UK Power Networks
    Gab Barbaro, British Gas Business; Suleman Alli, UK Power Networks Jun 1 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    On June 1st watch the first in our series of video webinars with Gab Barbaro and Suleman Alli discussing the concept of the ‘net zero reset’. Where is the future post coronavirus going to take us?

    Into a new world, where we now invest only in the cleaner technologies, industries and social structures to get us to net zero. Or will we return to the rush for short term survival, fossil fuels as we did post the 2008 crash?

    We have the power to shape the future ahead, help start that conversation going.

    Suleman Alli, Director of Customer Service, Strategy, Regulation and Information Systems, UK Power Networks
    Suleman joins UK Power Networks from Accenture where he was a Managing Director, leading the utility network operations practice in the UK.
    Suleman has 15 years utilities experience, delivering business transformation, company restructures and operational performance improvement across gas, electricity and water sectors.
    He holds a BSc (Hons) in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science

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  • Does Net Zero Even Matter?
    Does Net Zero Even Matter?
    Richard Nicholls, Head of Commercial, Brook Green Supply Jun 1 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Transitioning into a green economy has been well documented, however the current Covid-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to reflect on their current priorities and processes. With many corporations finding their futures uncertain, is striving for net zero in a time of crisis even something we should be focusing on? In our presentation, we discuss our perspective on green energy costs and what the short- and long-term effects could be for companies going green in a post pandemic economy.

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  • Innovations in gold leaching and plant control
    Innovations in gold leaching and plant control
    Alan Dennis Jun 2 2020 6:00 am UTC 60 mins
    To obtain maximum returns from gold leaching, it is necessary to ensure tight control of a range of factors, including grind size, reagent addition, carbon management, and leaching conditions. The feed mineralogy to the CIL/CIP circuit can change with time, so plant design should be flexible to accommodate the changing mineralogy. We will discuss various technologies and process design options for variable ore feeds to maximise gold recovery, plus benefits such as reduced power and reagents.
  • Net zero reset? Partner insight with Kaiserwetter and Statkraft
    Net zero reset? Partner insight with Kaiserwetter and Statkraft
    Hanno Schoklitsch, Kaiserwetter; Duncan Dale, Statkraft Jun 2 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    On June 2nd watch the second in our series of video webinars with Hanno Schoklitsch and Duncan Dale discussing the concept of the ‘net zero reset’. Where is the future post coronavirus going to take us?

    Into a new world, where we now invest only in the cleaner technologies, industries and social structures to get us to net zero. Or will we return to the rush for short term survival, fossil fuels as we did post the 2008 crash?

    We have the power to shape the future ahead, help start that conversation going.

    Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once the webinar has been concluded. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.
  • How NatWest Group turned energy management into a climate commitment
    How NatWest Group turned energy management into a climate commitment
    John Bamford, Director, Head of Advisory, EcoAct UK; Lesley Holloway, Environmental Manager, NatWest Group Jun 2 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    We are pleased to be joined by NatWest Group (formerly the Royal Bank of Scotland) who will provide insight into their energy management journey and how they have progressed from a desire to improve systems and reduce costs, to setting ambitious energy and climate targets whilst achieving savings into the £millions.

    The session will cover the bank’s collaboration with EcoAct to develop an operating model that has driven large energy reductions and improved processes and reporting; the obstacles overcome along the way; and how this has provided NatWest Group with the foundation for a robust industry-leading climate strategy.

    John Bamford, Director, Head of Advisory, EcoAct UK
    John leads the EcoAct UK Advisory team and is a Chartered Engineer, specialising in operational performance of energy related systems, whether within buildings or as part of industrial processes. He provides in-depth support to key clients throughout their energy and carbon reduction programmes.

    Lesley Holloway, Environmental Manager, NatWest Group
    An experienced Energy & Environment Manager with almost 20 years of experience in the banking sector, Lesley has worked in a number of financial institutions, including ING Barings, ABN AMRO, and for the past 18 years, NatWest Group (formerly RBS Group).

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  • Energy Procurement Strategies for Lockdown and Beyond
    Energy Procurement Strategies for Lockdown and Beyond
    Chris Butlin, Customer Insights, Enel X Jun 2 2020 2:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    In this webinar we discuss the challenges facing energy users and suppliers as they attempt to navigate energy markets during the Covid-19 crisis – without losing focus on their long-term net-zero goals. While historically low energy pricing in forward markets provide an opportunity for business to lock-in attractive energy prices for future years, feedback from many of our customers reveals there is a raft of issues to consider before committing to new contracts.

    We will outline the key options available to energy users as they seek to reduce risks and adapt their strategies to react to evolving business scenarios.

    Chris Butlin, Customer Insights, Enel X

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  • Solutions to manage concentrate froth
    Solutions to manage concentrate froth
    Guillermo Bermudez Jun 2 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Optimize flotation cell froth carry rates, lip loading properties, and mass pull stability with our custom-designed froth recovery set-up. The optimal launder and crowder design helps you maximize your flotation cell performance and achieve your grade and recovery targets.
  • Net zero reset? Partner insight with AMP Clean Energy and Schneider Electric
    Net zero reset? Partner insight with AMP Clean Energy and Schneider Electric
    Richard Burrell, AMP Clean Energy; Mike Hughes, Schneider Electric Jun 3 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    On June 3rd watch the third in our series of video webinars with Richard Burrell and Mike Hughes discussing the concept of the ‘net zero reset’. Where is the future post coronavirus going to take us?

    Into a new world, where we now invest only in the cleaner technologies, industries and social structures to get us to net zero. Or will we return to the rush for short term survival, fossil fuels as we did post the 2008 crash?

    We have the power to shape the future ahead, help start that conversation going.

    Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once the webinar has been concluded. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.
  • Controlling Energy Costs During a Crisis
    Controlling Energy Costs During a Crisis
    David Higgins, Director, Ignite Energy Jun 3 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    All businesses have faced huge challenges and disruption due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Many large multi-sited businesses have had to close their doors at short notice and face an unknown period of time before being able to reopen.

    Energy is often the third largest operational cost for businesses and not having control of consumption during this crisis could have a long-lasting effect on an organisations ability to recover and return to profitability.

    In this webinar, David Higgins will discuss the impact of the pandemic on large businesses and how Ignite Energy have been working with them to ensure energy costs are kept to a minimum whilst stores are closed.

    David Higgins, Director, Ignite Energy
    Working in the energy industry for over 30 years, David Higgins has been at the forefront of developing and implementing energy saving practices that have benefited a wide variety of businesses. Through his work at Ignite Energy, clients have achieved savings worth tens of millions of pounds and made equally large reductions in carbon emissions, benefitting both businesses and the environment.

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  • How does business fit in a green economy and provide environmental information?
    How does business fit in a green economy and provide environmental information?
    Alex Lancashire, Director, icSynergy Ltd & icLighting LED’s Ltd. Jun 3 2020 2:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Demands to reduce environmental impact affects every part of any business. Everyone needs accurate data to make decisions and plan within a green and sustainable framework. Often existing business tools don’t or can’t share the environmental information needed to plan and implement new projects, set targets and KPIs within the business. Our proven simple to use Energinet energy management system, which is ISO50001 accredited, offers comprehensive environmental, emissions and energy reporting together with an excellent project management structure, enabling you to integrate companywide your business response to the demands of the green economy.

    In this webinar Alex Lancashire explains how icSynergy’s Energinet is used as an organisation wide tool to manage energy, projects, reporting and reduce GHG’s.

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  • Key steps to optimise maintenance in your flotation circuit
    Key steps to optimise maintenance in your flotation circuit
    Sherwin Morgan Jun 4 2020 6:00 am UTC 60 mins
    In most mining operations, achieving and/or exceeding production targets is an important measure of success. Equipment availability and efficiency greatly contributes to these targets, with best performance obtained through routine preventative maintenance. This webinar focuses on flotation, where we share sites with good maintenance practices and associated revenue benefits. We also identify the equipment that requires routine maintenance, plus recommended inspection practices.
  • Net zero reset? Partner insight with Co-op and SSE Business Energy
    Net zero reset? Partner insight with Co-op and SSE Business Energy
    Nikki Flanders, SSE Plc; Nigel Holden, Co-op Jun 4 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    On June 4th watch the fourth in our series of video webinars with Nikki Flanders and Nigel Holden discussing the concept of the ‘net zero reset’. Where is the future post coronavirus going to take us?

    Into a new world, where we now invest only in the cleaner technologies, industries and social structures to get us to net zero. Or will we return to the rush for short term survival, fossil fuels as we did post the 2008 crash?

    We have the power to shape the future ahead, help start that conversation going.

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  • Understanding Net Zero in Challenging Times
    Understanding Net Zero in Challenging Times
    Sam Dean, Jason Taylor, Sylvia Kusnierz, IMServ Jun 4 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    IMServ, the leading independent Metering and Data provider in the half-hourly, non-half-hourly and sub-metering electricity and multi-utility market will provide you some key insight into Net Zero in today’s ever changing challenging market. Providing detail on why customers need to focus on net zero; trends we are seeing in the market and some valuable recommendation on quick wins to create a focussed sustainable energy strategy.

    Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once the webinar has been concluded. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.
  • We can do better than return to normal: Take a strategic approach to recovery
    We can do better than return to normal: Take a strategic approach to recovery
    Simon Alsbury, Energise Ltd; Jo Gilroy, Kier Group; Jade Hunt, Kier Group Jun 4 2020 2:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Energise will discuss why putting sustainability/net zero at the centre your decisions is always a good idea and how you can deliver significant extra outcomes by making sure you consider the long term benefits of your actions during your COVID-19 recovery strategy. The webinar will discuss recommendations on how to put a helpful, flexible and quick framework around these decisions whilst we all operate in what is going to be a period of great change. As part of the webinar, Energise will talk you through their recently published “open-source” strategy framework for Sustainability/Net Zero and how you can access it.

    Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once the webinar has been concluded. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.
  • Net zero reset? Partner insight with Energy Institute and ENGIE
    Net zero reset? Partner insight with Energy Institute and ENGIE
    Louise Kingham OBE FEI, Energy Institute; Kevin Dibble, ENGIE Jun 5 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    On June 5th watch the last in our series of video webinars with Louise Kingham and Kevin Dibble discussing the concept of the ‘net zero reset’. Where is the future post coronavirus going to take us?

    Into a new world, where we now invest only in the cleaner technologies, industries and social structures to get us to net zero. Or will we return to the rush for short term survival, fossil fuels as we did post the 2008 crash?

    We have the power to shape the future ahead, help start that conversation going.

    Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once the webinar has been concluded. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@futurenetzero.com detailing the specific webinar.
  • The Digital Future of Energy Management
    The Digital Future of Energy Management
    Pete Mackarel, Northern Gas and Power Jun 5 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Pete looks at energy management both historically and currently and offers an insight into how the sector might differ post-Covid 19. Ranging from an introductory geopolitical outlook through to historical challenges and impacts and on to leading edge, ground-breaking technologies of the future, the webinar covers the subject matter in bite-size chunks in a simple and informative presentation. The session concludes with a glimpse of how NGP are integrating IoT and AI applications within their product portfolio of next-generation, cloud-connected, real-time live streaming solutions.

    Pete Mackarel, Head Of Energy Management Sales, Northern Gas and Power
    Pete Mackarel is relatively new to energy and energy management services, having joined Northern Gas and Power two years ago. Most of his career has been in the telecommunications industry and allied markets; telematics, vehicle cctv and videoconferencing. This has been predominantly heading up various sales teams and field based sales and management in the B 2 B workspace.

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  • Building a Global Carbon Reporting System With Microsoft Office 365
    Building a Global Carbon Reporting System With Microsoft Office 365
    Karthik Suresh, Management Consultant, Ameresco; IPL Plastics Plc Jun 5 2020 2:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Every large corporate is looking at how to manage their carbon data and select from the mix of technologies and systems out there. You may have already bought or be thinking of buying systems to help. But, is it possible that you already have everything you need in-house with Microsoft 365 and its Power Platform? The presenters will talk about how they decided to move away from a commercial solution to rolling out their own, and why; how this system has helped with carrying out audits; and what they might do in the future to expand and improve their carbon reporting and management.

    Karthik Suresh, Management Consultant, Ameresco
    Karthik is a Management Consultant at Ameresco, a leading provider of energy and sustainability solutions, and works with a range of large national and international organisations to identify pathways to Net Zero transitions and develop the Information Systems and associated technologies that are a best fit for their operations. Over the last three years he has been involved in the development of a number of customised solutions using Office 365 products to put in place reliable, quick and lean data management and reporting systems for energy and emissions management.

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  • Optimizing rotation speeds to maximize targeted particle fraction
    Optimizing rotation speeds to maximize targeted particle fraction
    Guillermo Bermudez Jun 9 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    We have developed a five-step plan to implement improvements that vary rotation speeds using design experiments to gather data. This data is used to provide a simulation process to assess the potential of each flotation cell to provide optimal performance using minimal energy.
  • How to benefit from metallurgical digital twin in process optimization
    How to benefit from metallurgical digital twin in process optimization
    Ari Rantala, Director – Automation Products and Sales Jun 10 2020 7:00 am UTC 60 mins
    The topic in focus will be on metallurgical digital twins for mineral processing plants and options for exploiting them for improving and optimizing operations efficiency and transparency. Outotec will discuss and present some of the advanced tools that can be smoothly used to develop a metallurgical digital twin, connect it to real plant and how
    it can be applied to benefit daily process optimization tasks together with for example advanced process control, reporting and forecasting tasks.