Understanding the UK's Industrial Strategy - Opportunities and Impacts

Date Thurs 15 Feb

Time 9:00 - 11:00

Event type Conference

Location Energy Systems Catapult, Cannon House, Priory Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6BS

The University of Birmingham and the Energy Systems Catapult have teamed up to develop Accelerating Thermal Energy Technology Adoption ATETA* , a programme of high level events and support for local business, including, for example Smart Grids and System Integration, Renewable Power and Thermal Energy Technologies and much more.

We are launching our events series, designed to highlight opportunities and offer solutions in the emerging and changing energy market in the UK and overseas.

Why Attend?
The government introduced it’s new Industrial Strategy in December.  This event explores the key themes of the strategy and is for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and will provide;

  • An understanding of key impacts and opportunities
  • A look at some of the key priority technologies being supported through the Strategy
  • Details of funding and support for business in Innovation R & D
  • Opportunity for discussion and exploring support for your business

Who Should Attend?
Business including architects, construction, building services companies, manufacturers, trade distributors, engineering, energy technology companies, M&E companies, food and other process companies, mobility and transport companies.

REGISTER HERE

Programme
0800     Registration – Breakfast and Networking

0845     Welcome & Introduction to Energy Systems Catapult
             Tim German (Stakeholder Manager ESC)

0855      Keynote Speech  “Industrial Strategy – Impact and Opportunities”
              Dr. Howard Porter (Chief Executive Office BEAMA)

0920      ATETA – Unlocking Profit for Business
              David Terry (Business Engagement Manager – University of
              Birmingham)

0930     New Thermal Energy Technology – Dr. Adriano Sciacovelli
             (Birmingham Energy Institute – University of Birmingham)

0945      Energy Policy and Economic Impact – Dr. Jonathan Radcliffe
              (Birmingham Energy Institute – University of Birmingham)
          
1000      Funding Opportunities for Business – Kate Jermey (University of
              Birmingham)

1010      Refreshments

1025      Networking – One-to-One discussions with speakers

1100      Close

For more information about ATETA please visit our website WEBSITE

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