Enhancing The Resilience of your Organisation: Achieving Water and Energy Savings

Friday 26th January 2018 – Newtown, Powys


This event presented case studies and discussions as to how and why achieving savings, offsetting your demands and identify opportunities for recycling/recovery of energy and water is so important to Wales.

Note: Presentations are available by clicking on the titles of each speaker's talk.

09.30 – 09.40     John Gallagher, Bangor University/Trinity College Dublin, Welcome
SAVINGS: Using resources wisely
09.40 – 09.50     Calvin Jones, Cardiff University, Economic activity in Wales: Where energy and water comes in
09:50 – 10:10      Alan Owen, Centre for Alternative Technologies, Energy and Water – Outside of the usual box
10.10 – 10.30        Hazel Lewis, Waterwise, Demonstrating water savings through adopting innovative products
INNOVATION: Embracing new thinking
11.20 – 11.30        Paul Coughlan, Trinity College Dublin, Where there is energy and water, there is innovation
11.30 – 11.50        Jan Spriet, Dŵr Uisce/Trinity College Dublin, How hot waste water can be considered as an energy resource
11.50 – 12.10        Richard Carter, Adnams Southwold, Energy and water savings for our brewery and distillery
OFFSETS: Consider the Alternatives
13:45 – 13:55       Hywel Griffiths, Aberystwyth University, Energy and water in Wales: the cultural value with our natural resources
13:55 – 14:05      Rachel Munday, Dulas, Considering renewable energy in your business/organisation
14.25 – 14.50       Liz Shepherd, Bangor Sustainability Lab, How a University Campus values Energy and Water
14.50 – 14.50     John Gallagher, Bangor University/Trinity College Dublin, Closing remarks