On 24th October in London, The Crowd will bring together 160+ senior energy, sustainability, property, and facilities professionals for X Energy 2017.
This impactful half day event will explore the intersection of energy and tech, inspiring and connecting the leading minds from a mix of energy intensive sectors.
We'll explore how disruptive technologies, new energy management strategies and financing models are exponentially changing energy programmes in large organisations, and share knowledge and latest thinking amongst the community. The programme on the day is a mix of inspiring keynotes, high level panels, peer roundtable discussions and structured networking.
Last year’s event began with a brilliant short keynote from Mustafa Suleyman, Co- founder of Google’s DeepMind, on “how Artificial Intelligence can have a positive impact on energy and beyond” (you can watch it here).
The audience for X Energy is carefully curated, with senior attendees invited based on their role type and their organisations energy use. Please drop email@example.com an email if you’d like to find out more, or apply for a place below.
13.00 Refreshments and networking
13.30 WELCOME: Luke Clarkson, Managing Director, The Crowd
13.35 KEYNOTE: TBA
13.55 LEADERSHIP PANEL
What us the business case for leadership?
Paul Crewe, Head of Sustainability, Engineering, Energy & Environment, Sainsbury's
Paulina Bohdanowicz-Godfrey, Director Energy and Environment Europe, Middle East and Africa, Hilton Worldwide
Alan Young, Managing Director, Corporate Affairs, SSE
Louise Ellison, Head of Sustainability, Hammerson
14.45 ROUNDTABLES: Attendees select their roundtables before the event. Peer discussions on a range of topics in groups of 10-12.
15.30 NETWORKING BREAK
16.00 DISRUPTION PANEL
How can businesses best prepare for energy management disruption?
Mark Kenber, CEO, Mongoose Energy
Jo Jo Hubbard, Co- Founder, Electron
Laurence Kemball-Cook, Founder and CEO, Pavegen Systems
Chris Wright, Co- Founder & CTO, Moixa Technology
17.00 ROUNDTABLES: Attendees select their roundtables before the event. Peer discussions on a range of topics in groups of 10-12.