Companies are still being invited to present at EIC Connect Energy 2013. Please see the latest agenda which will be updated in the weeks leading up to the event as more high-level speakers confirm.
Conference Session 1 - Nuclear New Build in the UK: Opportunities and Timescales
As the UK’s Nuclear New Build programme gathers pace, all three operators active in the UK, along with AREVA, will provide delegates with the inside track on expected timescales and supply chain requirements.
Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)
NuGen, Rafael Jimenez, Chief Controlling Officer, Areva, Robert Davies, CEO, Horizon Nuclear Power, Amanda MacMillan, Industry Engagement Manager, EDF Energy, Chris Squires, Lead Supply Chain Engagement Manager.
Conference Session 2 – Partners & Support for New Build Delivery
Bringing together a major UK nuclear operator, a contractor and two leading Tier 3 suppliers to the nuclear industry, this session will look at how Tier 3 and Tier 4 suppliers could work together to win business on major nuclear power projects.
Business Development Director (Nuclear)
Chris Squires, Lead Supply Chain Engagement Manager,
Glen Little, Nuclear Supply Chain Director,
Paul Mitchel,Consultant to the Rotary Building Services Group, Chairman of the Energy Industries Council, NAMRC, Mike Tynan, CEO
Conference Session 3 – UK Power Update
Currently about 75% of the UK’s electricity supply is generated from fossil fuel-fired power stations but, as a result of mandates for low carbon generation and the EU’s Large Plant Combustion Directive (LCPD) due to come into effect in 2016, nine power stations are expected to close by 2015.
UK Business Manager
Parsons Brinckerhoff, Paul Willson, Business Development Manager, Power Generation and
Les Lemmon, Engineering Manager
Conference Session 4 – Renewables Energy Projects: What’s in it for SME’s?
This session will provide an unmissable opportunity to listen to the operators and contractors leading the renewable charge talk about their UK and global aspirations. With the world’s largest pipeline of offshore wind projects, there is clearly significant market potential in the UK, and the speakers will outline strategies for supplier success on both a UK and global scale.
Daniel Lancha Gomez, Head of Offshore and UK Renewables Division,
Ray Thompson, Head of Business Development (Offshore Wind),
Steinar Berge, Procurement Manager,
David Hodkinson, Vice President, UK Business Delivery