Energy & Sustainability Theatre

Theatre Programme 

The Energy & Sustainability theatre will showcase the latest techniques & innovation in reducing the carbon footprint across the NHS, allowing the NHS to meet its legal targets set out in the Climate Change Act. In-depth content will also be delivered by the Carbon and Energy Fund (CEF), specifically created to fund, facilitate and project manage complex energy infrastructure upgrades for the NHS.

To find out more email jaystacy@stepex.com

8 October

9.45 - 10.15 Eurostat

Speaker: Christine Rishton, In-House Solicitor, Carbon & Energy Fund

10.15 - 10.45 Introduction to Modern Energy Partners

Speaker: Damian Belgeonne, Head of Business Development, Catapult MEP

10.45 - 11.15 Presentation by Advanced Infrastructure

Speaker: Christopher Jackson, Advanced Infrastructure

11.15 - 11.45 2nd Life Electric Vehicle Batteries in Commercial Estate Energy Storage Systems

Speaker: Nigel Dent, Technical Sales Manager, Connected Energy

11.45 - 12.15 Design Margins and the Impact of Plant Oversizing in Hospitals

Speaker: Darren Jones, Managing Director, Low Carbon Europe (LCE)

12.15 - 12.45 Presentation by Antas Energy Efficiency

Speaker: Stewart Dunn, Managing Director, Antas Energy Efficiency

14.00 - 14.30 Creating Energy & Operational Efficiencies at WWL NHS

Enlighted, a Siemens company, uses a dense sensory grid… cleverly incorporated in lighting fixtures…to collect, process, communicate, and analyse rich streams of data to optimise the health and efficiency of buildings. The system provides actionable insights of facility usage while giving occupants a game changing Real Time Location Services system.

Even better than this, the huge energy savings that Enlighted produces means that facilities can become connected for free, by using the energy savings as the trojan horse for deployment. Come and learn how this technology has been developed and applied, at WWL.

Speakers: 

Mark Hogan, Senior Operations Manager, Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
Jamie Cameron, VP Northern Europe, Enlighted a Siemens Company

14.30 - 15.00 Collaborating with the NHS Sector to Reduce Wasted Energy and to Generate Financial Savings

Showcase energy efficiency improvements, reduction of backlog maintenance and improvement of site infrastructure that Trusts can achieve for their own estates. Highlight the impact of Trusts actions on the overall NHS spend on energy and carbon savings and offer advice on how they can help to reduce waste. Provide guidance on how to access interest-free Government funding.

Speaker: Sameen Khan, Programme Manager, NHS, Salix Finance

15.00 - 15.30 Power Availability for Critical Medical Applications

Socomec : expert original manufacturer of UPS supplying the complete power package for critical medical applications

  • Classification of loads within a medical facility
  • Standards relating to power supplies within a medical facility
  • Focus on group 2 locations:
    • UPS to meet HTM06-01
    • IPS to meet HTM06-01
    • Service of critical systems

Speaker: Mark Rimell Healthcare Business Development, Socomec

15.30 - 16.00 Presentation by SolXEnergy

16.00 - 16.30 Energy and carbon savings through HVAC system optimisation for healthcare estates

Speaker: Chris Davis, UK Sales Manager, Hysopt

9 October

9.45 - 10.15 New Proforma

Speaker: Steph Hague, Technical Advisor, Carbon & Energy Fund

10.15 - 10.45 Presentation by Ameresco

Speaker: Julian Miller, Ameresco

10.45 - 11.15 Presentation by Vital Energi

Speaker: Phil mottershead and Steve Black, Vital Energi

11.15 - 11.45 Our STP-wide EPC: Delivering Care Without Carbon in Sussex and East Surrey

Speakers: Susie Vernon, Head of Environment and Rob Baker, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

12.30 - 13.00 Circular Economy & the NHS

Speakers: Heather Foster, Business Development Manager, Veolia

14.00 - 14.30 Ex-Or's brand new DALI64 system that integrates with the BMS for a complete lighting and HVAC energy efficient system

Patient wellbeing and recovery is a key objective for any healthcare facility.  Ex-Or’s new DALI64 enables the delivery of human centric lighting control when integrated to a BEMS.

Meeting the requirements of HTM06-01 for lighting control whist simultaneously providing energy efficiency and patient care can prove a challenge. The use of DALI lighting linked to Trend BEMS can deliver these three conflicting objectives. Controlling over 70% of the energy costs for a hospital from a single common Supervisor offers additional benefits for facilities managers – real-time occupancy data, simplified maintenance and automated emergency lighting test. With DALI64 you can now meet the technical, environmental and patient standards simply and cost effectively.

Come and see us on Stand C32 for more info and live demonstrations – we look forward to meeting you.

Speakers: Ex-Or by Honeywell

14.30 - 15.00 Presentation by EDF Energy and Imtech