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  • The AM Revolution: Making the Business Case
    The AM Revolution: Making the Business Case
    Moderated by Prof Ian Gibson, Scientific Director, Fraunhofer Project Centre Recorded: May 28 2020 57 mins
    The session will give insight into the current state of industrial additive manufacturing. Highlighting the potential for big corporates and small-medium enterprises and sharing examples of companies that have been able to incorporate additive manufacturing in their existing set-up. But we will also hear what the main challenges and obstacles are. How can a company properly assess whether they are ready for additive manufacturing? What are the most common assumptions and do they prove to be correct? And what do the experts see further down the road, what do they expect in terms of adoption and development of both hardware and materials in the coming 5-10 years?

    Panelist
    • Renko Overmeen, Director of Programs, Aeronamic B.V.
    • Bart Deweerdt, Business Development Manager, Ultimaker
    • Paulo Gennaro, Managing Director, GF Precicast Additive
  • Secure Medical and Personal Protection Supply
    Secure Medical and Personal Protection Supply
    Dr Toni Drescher, Dr Biba Visnjicki & Dr Eddy van Hijum Recorded: May 28 2020 60 mins
    The lack of supplies undermines the entire global effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. Fraunhofer Project Center together with KEX Knowledge Exchange are working together to act as a stable supply chain for protective equipment to Dutch industries

    During this forum, we will be discussing
    - Why we are pushing this initiative and what challenges we are facing?
    - What exactly we are offering to support medical stations and companies
    - How does the process work and how this gives value to the Netherlands?

    Panelists are
    - Dr. Toni Drescher; KEX Knowledge Exchange AG; CEO
    - Dr. Biba Visnjicki; Fraunhofer Project Center; Managing Director
    - Dr. Eddy van Hijum; Deputy at the Province of Overijssel and member of the European Committee of the regions
  • The Roadmap to Digitalisation
    The Roadmap to Digitalisation
    Biba Visnjicki, MD, Fraunhofer Project Center & Thomas Vollmer, Head of Production Quality Dept, Fraunhofer IPT Recorded: May 19 2020 59 mins
    Businesses are currently facing many challenges, including the need to work towards attaining an Industry 4.0 standard. Industry 4.0 is all about optimization; from managing big data to efficiency in the production line. All this aims at enabling businesses to make quicker, smarter decisions while minimizing costs. This webinar sets out to explain the challenges and to offer solutions in the adoption of I4.0 related technologies.
  • 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
  • Responsive manufacturing in crisis situations
    Responsive manufacturing in crisis situations
    Prof Ian Gibson, Scientific Dir, Fraunhofer Project Ctr & Robin Day Head of Dept, Laser material processing, Fraunhofer IPT Recorded: Apr 21 2020 59 mins
    The COVID19 crisis has changed the way we live forever. Many new challenges have been presented to us and at no time has technology been used to assist almost all of humanity at the same time. The power of the internet has been used in conjunction with social media and other technologies to help almost everyone on the planet. It has been suggested that AM can be used to help with the crisis by printing masks, ventilator fittings and other parts that are in short supply at times like this. This is however not the first time that AM has been applied to help in crisis situations. This webinar examines why AM can be particularly useful in these situations, approaches that have been used and what we can do to prepare ourselves for the next time.
  • Balls - how not to drop them in a crisis; communicating in difficult times
    Balls - how not to drop them in a crisis; communicating in difficult times
    Sumit Bose - Energy Live News, Sara Burgess – The Marketing Pod, Paul Curran - Word and Pixel, Hugh Davies - Warmer Comms Recorded: Apr 9 2020 61 mins
    In this video webinar we are bringing together great communicators and marketeers to try and help you navigate the current Coronavirus crisis. Should you ditch all marketing at this time? Shut up shop and say nothing? Ignore bad headlines? Avoid social media? Or should you continue if not ramp up communications? Join us for some advice, tips and a bit of banter before the Easter Break.

    Sara Burgess – The Marketing Pod
    Sara is an experienced PR, comms and content practitioner with nearly 20 years’ experience working at some of the Midlands’ leading agencies. Specialising in B2B and corporate comms, Sara has directed award-winning campaigns for clients across sectors including energy, construction, transport and manufacturing.

    Paul Curran - Word and Pixel
    Since leaving the BBC where he worked for 23 years as a radio and TV reporter, Paul has run his own business creating  video and written content for organisations large and small. He's now the Lead Creator at Word and Pixel. He has taught dozens of senior management teams how to handle interviews to ensure their key messages are the ones reported.

    Hugh Davies - Warmer Comms
    Hugh has spent much of his career working with businesses in the telecoms, media and technology (TMT) sectors. He has held senior in-house roles in these industries, as well as advising TMT companies and other major corporates during his time working for leading communications groups.  During his career he has been involved in, and led, the response to a range of crises, from data breaches to shipping disasters.

    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@energylivenews.com detailing the specific webinar.
  • Data at Work – Metrics: What precisely do we mean by data metrics?
    Data at Work – Metrics: What precisely do we mean by data metrics?
    Tamara Castelli, Caroline Carruthers and Gwyn Evans Recorded: Mar 24 2020 26 mins
    Data at Work – Metrics: What precisely do we mean by data metrics? And what is the best way to gain value from them?

    In our podcast focusing on data metrics, our panel discuss the right way to deploy and use these tools to measure success and drive behaviour. How many metrics should an organisation use? How should they be defined? Who do you involve? And how do you strike the right balance between what works and the mistakes that arise through over-utilisation? Our experts share their experience to cite examples of how best practice can bring tremendous success – and how poor implementation can actually cause significant damage.

    Tamara Castelli - VP of Data & Insight, UNiDAYS
    Caroline Carruthers - Chief Exec, Carruthers & Jackson
    Gwyn Evans - Presales, Hitachi Vantara
  • Data at Work – Leadership: How do you become a leader in data?
    Data at Work – Leadership: How do you become a leader in data?
    Johanna Hutchinson, Peter Jackson and Oylum Tagmac Recorded: Mar 19 2020 29 mins
    Data at Work – Leadership: How do you become a leader in data? What difference does a good data leader make?

    In our podcast focusing on Data Leadership, our panel of experts discuss the common attributes of good data leadership, to strategize and create advocacy, so that best practice and data insight techniques are adopted across the organization. Using early business gains to establish buy-in is highlighted, along with the practicalities of data leadership within specific roles – including pitfalls to avoid and techniques to adopt.

    Johanna Hutchinson - Head of Data for the Pensions Regulator UK
    Peter Jackson - Director - Group Data Sciences at Legal & General
    Oylum Tagmac - Head of Emerging Solutions & IoT, EMEA at Hitachi Vantara
  • Data at Work - Behavior, Part 2
    Data at Work - Behavior, Part 2
    Roberto Maranca, Caroline Carruthers and Wael Elrifai Recorded: Mar 17 2020 25 mins
    Data at Work - Behavior, Part 2: How and why improving how we treat our data will improve how our data treats us

    In part 2 of our podcast focusing on data behavior, our expert panel discuss how vital it is to educate people on processes and expected data behaviors; how for people to get the maximum benefit from data, they must first believe in the data. The necessity of starting any reporting process from the desired outcome - look to validate, prove, change or improve something specific. And finally, that we should never fall into the trap of doing things, just because that's the way they have always been done! Please note - we recommend that you listen to part 1, before listening to this episode

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Data at Work - Behavior, Part 1
    Data at Work - Behavior, Part 1
    Roberto Maranca, Caroline Carruthers and Wael Elrifai Recorded: Mar 10 2020 26 mins
    Data at Work - Behavior, part 1: How and why improving how we treat our data will improve how our data treats us.

    In part 1 of our podcast focusing on data behavior, our expert panel explore some of today's most common and critical data 'behaviors' - both good and bad. At how businesses can address these and their data challenges by building and nurturing active data protocols and communities. And why saying that Data = IT, is like saying that Transport = Car Dealership. Once you have listened to this podcast, please listen to the extended discussion in part 2.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Data at Work - Skills, Part 2
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 2
    Graeme McDermott, Caroline Carruthers and Mark Stubbs Recorded: Mar 3 2020 24 mins
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 2: Siloed Pockets of Data Expertise. Unearthing Them, Unpacking Them, and Unleashing Their Potential

    In part 2 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts discuss how data ops processes are vital to accelerating the provision of data for use by different teams - e.g. Finance or HR, vs traditional environments. Why it's vital to separate the confluence of data and technology. Also covered is how, as well as diversifying in terms of skills, data teams are becoming increasingly diverse in terms of personality and expertise, and why that is important to problem solving. Please note - we recommend that you listen to part 1, before listening to this episode.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Data at Work - Skills, Part 1
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 1
    Graeme McDermott, Caroline Carruthers and Mark Stubbs Recorded: Feb 25 2020 24 mins
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 1: Siloed Pockets of Data Expertise. Unearthing Them, Unpacking Them, and Unleashing Their Potential

    In part 1 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts ask the question: How the isolated packets of data and data know-how buried across the typical organization - the dreaded data siloes - can be formalized, structured, and transformed to drive wider data strategies and value. And why people, culture, ecosystem, and 'Data Cheerleaders' are crucial to the process. Once you have listened to this podcast, please listen to the extended discussion in part 2.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Supply Chains: Your Route to Sustainability
    Supply Chains: Your Route to Sustainability
    BRC & DP World London Gateway Recorded: Jan 15 2020 28 mins
    Retailers are working hard to develop and implement more environmentally friendly and sustainable practices through their direct operations.

    Ensuring this is replicated through the supply chain can help to further efficiency, increase competitive advantage and bolster retailers’ environmental credentials. However, with the reliance on third parties, embedding transparent and sustainable practices can be more complicated and harder to achieve. But there are some simple steps you can take.

    We team up with DP World London Gateway to offer case studies and top tips on the quick and low-cost things you can do to improve sustainability in your own supply chains. Plus, provide advice on the questions you should be asking and what you can expect from your suppliers.
  • Discover how clean label ingredients can increase your ROI in bakery products
    Discover how clean label ingredients can increase your ROI in bakery products
    Ingredion clean label experts Recorded: Nov 27 2019 46 mins
    Ingredion, the clean label experts will take you through how the adoption of clean label ingredients has changed the food and beverage industry in Europe forever. Consumers are demanding greater transparency from their labels, whilst being armed with mobile devices to look up anything they’re unsure of in the aisles.

    We all know that clean label is good for consumers and as a result good for your business. Ingredion will introduce to you how clean label can help you achieve faster product development, increased sales and margins.

    See how a leading bakery manufacturer found that using modified starch in its macarons was affecting sales they turned to Ingredion to help them clean up their act.

    Join our webinar to discover how you can increase your return on investment into clean label ingredients today.
  • Discover how clean label ingredients can increase your ROI in savoury products
    Discover how clean label ingredients can increase your ROI in savoury products
    Ingredion clean label experts Recorded: Nov 20 2019 33 mins
    Ingredion, the clean label experts will take you through how the adoption of clean label ingredients has changed the food and beverage industry in Europe forever. Consumers are demanding greater transparency from their labels, whilst being armed with mobile devices to look up anything they’re unsure of in the aisles.

    We all know that clean label is good for consumers and as a result good for your business. Ingredion will introduce to you how clean label can help you achieve faster product development, increased sales and margins in key savoury segments including soups, dressings, and ready meals.

    We’ll also share a case study on how Ingredion helped a major cooked meats supplier reformulate its chicken breast product to satisfy clean label requirements while maintaining the same texture their consumers love.

    Join our webinar to discover how you can increase your return on investment into clean label ingredients today.
  • Discover how clean label ingredients can increase your ROI in dairy products
    Discover how clean label ingredients can increase your ROI in dairy products
    Ingredion clean label experts Recorded: Nov 6 2019 35 mins
    Ingredion, the clean label experts will take you through how the adoption of clean label ingredients has changed the food and beverage industry in Europe forever. Consumers are demanding greater transparency from their labels, whilst being armed with mobile devices to look up anything they’re unsure of in the aisles.

    We all know that clean label is good for consumers and as a result good for your business. Ingredion will introduce to you how clean label can help you achieve faster product development, increased sales and margins.

    See how a dessert manufacturer, launching a new cheesecake, found its texture was dry and chalky, not rich and indulgent enough. See how Ingredion devised a winning solution, fast.

    Join our webinar to discover how you can increase your return on investment into clean label ingredients today.
  • Pt. 1: Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technology & Opportunities
    Pt. 1: Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technology & Opportunities
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners Recorded: Oct 10 2019 64 mins
    In Part 1 of our conversation on LPWA technology, we delve into introducing what Low Power Wide Area network technologies are. They enable low power communications over a large area, typically at low bit rates. With billions of sensors capturing data from the physical world, there’s growing need to transmit data from remote locations that are not connected to power sources. The family of LPWA network technologies including LoRa, NB-IOT, and others are perfectly suited to support new use cases in agriculture, transportation, smart spaces, supply chain, manufacturing and many other areas. 

    The reality is that there is not one solution but rather a variety of low-power, wide area network technologies that take many shapes and forms. It follows that there are various criteria that need to be considered before a business should invest into a LPWA network structure. 

    In this webinar we will take a look at:
    - The current market landscape
    - The different types of LPWA network technologies
    - How this technology solve unique problems in the field
    - How LPWA network technologies are integrated into business
    - Tips and pointers for LPWA network success
  • Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Mark Jules, Global VP, Hitachi Vantara | Sameer Sharma, Global GM, Intel Recorded: Sep 27 2019 59 mins
    Video data has long supported safety and security efforts. But thanks to improvements in vision technology, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), and the ability to run analysis at the edge, there are innovative new uses for video data that improve safety, operations and customer experience.

    Join us in this live webinar where we’ll discuss:
    •The evolution of video technology and how it drives insights that improve the way we do business.
    •How video data and vision technology are used across various industries to drive ROI.
    •The technologies that drive these innovations and outcomes.


    About our speakers

    Mark Jules: Global Vice President, Smart Spaces and Lumada Video Insights, Hitachi Vantara

    Mark Jules leads Hitachi Vantara’s Smart Spaces business which provides solutions incorporating video technologies, internet of things (IoT) sensors and analytics to help organizations create smarter spaces that operate more efficiently. Mark served as CEO of Avrio RMS Group for more than a decade and was also the President and Founder of Protean Solutions, a provider of mobile platforms for battlefield and emergency communications.

    Sameer Sharma: Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities), Intel

    Sameer Sharma is the Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities) for IoT Solutions at Intel and a thought-leader in the IoT/mobile ecosystem, having driven multiple strategic initiatives over the past 19 years. He leads a global team that incubates and scales new growth categories and business models in IoT and Smart Cities. These solutions include intelligent transportation, AI and video, air quality monitoring and smart lighting in cities.

    Sameer has an MBA from The Wharton School at UPenn, and a Master’s in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University. He holds 11 patents in the areas of IoT and Mobile.
  • Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Mark Jules, Global VP, Hitachi Vantara | Sameer Sharma, Global GM, Intel Recorded: Sep 17 2019 60 mins
    Video data has long supported safety and security efforts. But thanks to improvements in vision technology, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), and the ability to run analysis at the edge, there are innovative new uses for video data that improve safety, operations and customer experience.

    Join us in this live webinar where we’ll discuss:
    •The evolution of video technology and how it drives insights that improve the way we do business.
    •How video data and vision technology are used across various industries to drive ROI.
    •The technologies that drive these innovations and outcomes.


    About our speakers

    Mark Jules: Global Vice President, Smart Spaces and Lumada Video Insights, Hitachi Vantara

    Mark Jules leads Hitachi Vantara’s Smart Spaces business which provides solutions incorporating video technologies, internet of things (IoT) sensors and analytics to help organizations create smarter spaces that operate more efficiently. Mark served as CEO of Avrio RMS Group for more than a decade and was also the President and Founder of Protean Solutions, a provider of mobile platforms for battlefield and emergency communications.

    Sameer Sharma: Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities), Intel

    Sameer Sharma is the Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities) for IoT Solutions at Intel and a thought-leader in the IoT/mobile ecosystem, having driven multiple strategic initiatives over the past 19 years. He leads a global team that incubates and scales new growth categories and business models in IoT and Smart Cities. These solutions include intelligent transportation, AI and video, air quality monitoring and smart lighting in cities.

    Sameer has an MBA from The Wharton School at UPenn, and a Master’s in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University. He holds 11 patents in the areas of IoT and Mobile.
  • Navigating the future of work
    Navigating the future of work
    BRC & Kronos Recorded: Sep 3 2019 35 mins
    Tune in on the 3rd September at 2pm to join discussions on how the delivery of the ‘Good Work Plan’ and recent ECJ rulings will impact the future of work and how technology can empower your workforce to deliver sustainable performance.
  • Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technologies and Opportunities
    Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technologies and Opportunities
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners Recorded: Jul 25 2019 64 mins
    LPWA technologies enable low power communications over a large area, typically at low bit rates. With billions of sensors capturing data from the physical world, there’s growing need to transmit data from remote locations that are not connected to power sources. The family of LPWA technologies including LoRa, NB-IOT, and others are perfectly suited to support new use cases in agriculture, transportation, smart spaces, supply chain, manufacturing and many other areas.

    The reality is that there is not one solution but rather a variety of low-power, wide area network technologies that take many shapes and forms. It follows that there are various criteria that need to be considered before a business should invest into a LPWA structure.

    We take a critical look at the current market landscape, providing deep industry insights by experienced technologists who will share first-hand use cases and offer thought-provoking insights into how this technology is transforming connected industry.

    We will be taking a look at:

    - The current market landscape
    - The different types of LPWA technologies
    - How LPWA technologies can solve unique problems
    - How to incorporate LPWA technologies into your business
    - Tips and pointer for LPWA success
  • Top 5 Podcasts: From Genesis to IoT Big Bang: A Conversation with Rick Bullotta
    Top 5 Podcasts: From Genesis to IoT Big Bang: A Conversation with Rick Bullotta
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners & Rick Bullotta, Technologist and Founder of ThingWorx and Lighthammer Recorded: Jul 23 2019 60 mins
    Rick Bullotta founded two companies that have been pivotal in the development of Connected Industry: Lighthammer (acquired by SAP in 2005) and Thingworx (acquired by PTC in 2014) and he is now an adviser to Microsoft Azure IoT. Rick is a passionate advocate of new technologies and innovation, and enjoys the disclaimer that “80% is fact and 20% is BS - and I don’t know which is which”.

    Our conversation explores his personal background in industrial technology, and how the insights gained from his experiences at Wonderware helped shape the vision for the companies he started. Exploring the genesis of Lighthammer and Thingworx, the discussion touches on why blue-collar tasks benefit from an IT-driven “multiplier effect”, how innovation comes from empowered customers, and how simple visibility can kick-start profound changes in industrial businesses. Other topics covered include the market landscape around IoT platforms, potential of AI and machine learning, the possibilities and pitfalls around blockchain and the future of Connected Industry.

    Areas of particular interest in technology include meta-sensing technologies around drones and robotics, simplifying the last foot of connectivity, 5G technologies and a company called Waveio.ai that seeks create events and alerting without relying on audio.
  • Digital Oilfield Wellsite Automation – What You Need to Know Now
    Digital Oilfield Wellsite Automation – What You Need to Know Now
    Chirag Rathi, Consulting Director, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Jul 11 2019 29 mins
    The Oil & Gas industry is going through a costly war, and the weapon of choice is innovation for all operators. Wellsite operation is a key area of CAPEX and OPEX and also one of the most workforce-intensive. However, wellsite operations are quickly evolving as operators embrace the “digital oilfield age.” New technologies such as the Internet of Things/Internet of Everything, predictive analytics, cloud, and profit insights from Big Data are provided operational efficiency opportunities but offer a new set of challenges as well.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Gain insight into the top operational pain points and how they are driving investment priorities.
    • Learn about process control technology advances, including surveillance, analysis, and optimization, and how the Oil & Gas industry can benefit
    • Identify innovation that can easily be leveraged to improve wellsite automation
  • Emerging Technologies & IoT: How AI, AR and Blockchain Are Shaping The Future
    Emerging Technologies & IoT: How AI, AR and Blockchain Are Shaping The Future
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners Recorded: Jul 5 2019 57 mins
    When it comes to innovation, we've arguably seen more technological advancements over the last ten years than at any other point in time. Technology as we know it is changing before our eyes. We see the merging of the digital and physical worlds through technologies such as augmented reality; artificial intelligence enables computers to think faster than humans, and blockchain technology is considered by many to be the greatest technological innovation since the internet.

    More importantly, we're not only seeing new technologies but the convergence and intersection of multiple technologies as they extend and create new capabilities through their collaboration. The era of combinatorial innovation is upon us, and the combined impact of augmented reality, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other technologies on Connected Industry will be unprecedented.

    This webinar provides an opportunity to explore and consider the applications of new technologies as they related to IoT and Connected Industry.

    We'll take a look at:

    - The current status of AI, AR, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies and their role in empowering Connected Industry
    - Benefits and risks of evolution
    - Use cases across multiple industries
    - Future timelines and predictions
  • Real Time Governance City Command Center
    Real Time Governance City Command Center
    Mark Bouldin, Subject Matter Expert, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Jul 2 2019 9 mins
    With a focus on Real Time Governance, Andra Pradesh Government wanted to establish a State Command and Communication Center. Hear how this ambitious project came to life.
  • 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

    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 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

    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.
  • Ensuring Worker Health & Safety with Smart Spaces After the 1st Wave of COVID-19
    Ensuring Worker Health & Safety with Smart Spaces After the 1st Wave of COVID-19
    Mark Jules Jun 23 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Worker health and safety is more important than ever, especially with the rise of COVID19 and the need to ensure workers are safe, reduce risk of outbreaks, and provide transparency into how incidents, accidents, and security threats are being mitigated and managed. Join Hitachi and JR Automation in an interactive discussion to help employers get up to speed on the latest technologies to assist in worker safety and incident management, as well as lessons from the field and potential best practices enabled by innovative technologies.