Powering Midlands Green Growth
£0.00–£120.00 inc VAT
Welcome Andy Argle Head of Devolved Government and Infrastructure KPMG
Chair Tony McNally Managing Director Climate Change Solutions
Cllr Lisa Trickett Councillor Birmingham City Council
Darren Gardner Strategic Accounts Manager Public Sector and Smart Cities E.ON UK
Dr Susan Juned Director Heart of England Community Energy
Matthew Rhodes Chair Energy Capital
Sarah Benson Assistant Manager KPMG
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Date: October 23, 2018
Start time: 16:00
End time: 18:00
Venue: KPMG One Snowhill Birmingham B4 6GH
Directions: Close to Snowhill and Birmingham New Street stations - see directions on the link below https://home.kpmg.com/uk/en/home/about/offices/birmingham-1.html
Phone: 024 76 217746
Darren works for E.ON whose purpose is to “improve people’s lives”. He is responsible for helping schools reduce costs and carbon emissions whilst improving buildings to inspire teaching and learning. Darren has worked on a number of school projects achieving on average of 20% guaranteed reductions in energy costs. He is a lifelong fan of the city of Coventry, arguing constantly that it is the best city in the world!
Originally trained as an ecologist, Susan did her Masters and PhD at the University of Birmingham studying the biodiversity of the wild relatives of the crops that feed us all.
Until recently Susan worked on a range of initiatives including assisting universities on their research dissemination strategies, sustainable development projects and assisting businesses with resource management and renewable energy projects. She has worked on rural and sustainability policy development and has been a long-time advocate of community energy and using the benefits for local communities.
Susan recently became a Director of Heart of England Energy, a community benefit company committed to community renewable energy. She helped to set up, then chaired, an energy efficiency charity, Act on Energy and remains a trustee. She is also a trustee of Warwickshire Wildlife Trust.
Matthew Rhodes has been involved with innovative low carbon energy projects for over 20 years. He chairs the Energy Capital initiative in the West Midlands, which is a public-private partnership governed through the West Midlands Combined Authority to maximise the local economic benefits from distributed energy innovation. He’s also a director of the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership where he’s responsible for Simulating Innovation