NI Chamber’s next Energy Forum will examine the outlook for 2023, discussing future trends including electric vehicles and how the Energy Strategy can help meet the 80% by 2030 target set by the NI Climate Change Act. Delivered in partnership with SONI, it takes place on Monday 5 December at 3.00pm in Queen’s University.
Sara Lynch, Head of Sustainability at Queen’s University will discuss the University’s sustainability strategy, outlining how Queen’s is embedding sustainable development goals across its activities and fulfilling commitments to transition to net zero. Andrew Ryan, Partner at TLT Belfast, will examine the outlook the year head, covering areas including planning policy, security of supply, cost mitigation and gearing up for offshore wind.
Attendees will also hear case studies from David McEwen, Agnew Leasing, who will discuss how firms can integrate electric vehicles as part of their energy strategy and Aidan Roberts, Kingspan Water & Energy, who will share details of the company’s 10-year sustainability programme.
The event, which is free for NI Chamber members to attend, is open to anyone working in an energy intensive industry, as well as those with responsibility for sustainability management in firms of all sizes.
Pictured: Alan Campbell (Managing Director of SONI); Sara Lynch (Head of Sustainability at Queen’s University Belfast); David McEwen (Head of Business Development at Agnew Leasing) and Chris Morrow (Head of Communications & Engagement at NI Chamber).