23 November 2017 | The Round Room, adjacent to the Mansion House, Dublin
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Patty Durand is the President and CEO of the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC), whose annual State of the Consumer Report is the authoritative analysis of smart grid consumer segmentation and behaviour.
Named a “Woman of Power” by Mobile Europe, Juliet Shavit is the President and CEO of SmartMark Communications, a strategic partner for numerous utilities around the globe that are currently rolling out Smart Grid and smart energy programmes.
Michael Liebreich is Founder and Chairman of the Advisory Board of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the world’s leading provider of research for senior decision-makers in clean energy and transportation. He is also a Board Member of Transport for London.
Pat O’Doherty is Chief Executive of ESB. He is a Trustee of The Conference Board of the United States, a director of Energy UK and has completed the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School.
Denis Naughten TD
Denis Naughten T.D. has served as Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment since May 2016. He is an Independent T.D. for the Roscommon-Galway constituency.
Named one of the top 25 most powerful women in Ireland by the Women’s Executive Network in June 2017, Marguerite Sayers is the Managing Director of ESB Networks.
Ellvena Graham is Chair of the Board of ESB. She will outline her vision of ESB’s relationship with its consumers, in which both work hand in and to move towards a sustainable, secure and comfortable energy future.
Jim Gannon is the CEO of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), Ireland's national agency for energy efficiency, decarbonisation and renewable energy. The SEAI’ policy, R&D, energy advisory and capital grant programmes engage government, industry and society.
Paul Kenny is the Chief Executive of the Tipperary Energy Agency, a leader in promoting low carbon technologies, including the groundbreaking SuperHomes deep retrofit project, which enables Irish homeowners to save energy and money.
Gerald Fleming is Head of the Forecast Office at Met Éireann. His “2050 Weather Forecast” will add a light-hearted and interesting angle to the conference, showing why consumers and utility should work together to achieve a low carbon future.
Many more to be announced
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