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NI Chamber & SONI Energy Forum

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NI Chamber and SONI invite you to join the next Energy Forum on Monday 5 December from 3.00pm-5.00pm in Queen’s University, Belfast.

The Year Ahead

Andrew Ryan, Partner at TLT Belfast, will examine the outlook for 2023. Hear Andrew’s thoughts around the NI Energy Strategy and how it can help meet the 80% by 2030 target set by the NI Climate Change Act. He will cover a wide-range of areas including planning policy, new subsidies for renewable generation, security of supply, cost mitigation, grid infrastructure and gearing up for offshore wind.

Sustainability Challenge

Sara Lynch, Head of Sustainability at Queen’s University will discuss the University’s sustainability strategy. She will outline how Queen’s is embedding sustainable development goals across its activities and fulfilling commitments to transition to net zero, including its approach to teaching and learning, research, operations and outreach activities.

Leading the Charge

David McEwen, Head of Business Development at Agnew Leasing will outline how firms in Northern Ireland can integrate Electric Vehicles as part of their energy strategy. He will discuss the potential financial benefits of utilising EV’s for both employers and employees, as well as how access and affordability can be expanded in line with future trends.

Planet Passionate

Aidan Roberts, Divisional Risk and Sustainability Director at Kingspan Water & Energy will share the company’s 10-year sustainability programme; ‘Planet Passionate,’ which focuses on energy, carbon, circularity and water. Through the progamme, Kingspan has committed to reducing its manufacturing carbon (CO2e) emissions to as close to zero as technically possible, together with halving carbon intensity in its primary supply chain. The Energy Forum is an opportunity to find out more about these and the company’s other targets, partnerships and global commitments.

Who is this event for?
The Energy Forum provides a bridge between energy providers and large energy users in Northern Ireland. This event will be of relevance to anyone working in energy intensive companies, as well as those with responsibility for energy or sustainability management in firms of all sizes.

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