Food for Thought Dinner: Local Energy Generation
Fancy joining ex-England footballer turned renewable energy advocate Gary Neville for dinner on 24th January to talk sustainability? You could be one of just 50 to join the debate about local energy generation, including a Q&A session with none other than Nev the Red (turned green!) himself.
Food for Thought events are THE place to network, hear from a leading light or two and partake in some lively discussions, all whilst enjoying a delicious, sustainable (did we mention FREE) three-course meal!
Sustainability leaders, heads of energy & CFOs in the retail, manufacturing & public sectors.
ON THE MENU
We'll be examining the benefits and challenges of using decentralised energy as an alternative to the grid and will unveil the highly anticipated findings of Verdantix’s new report, outlining its potential and relevance in the transition to a low carbon economy.
Starter: An apéritif whilst listening to talks from Mike Tivey, Managing Director of MITIE Asset Management and David Metcalfe, CEO of Verdantix.
Main Course: Roundtable discussions on the future energy mix and the role decentralised energy could play for both business and organisations, accompanied by a three course meal.
Dessert: Enjoy a digestif whilst taking part in a Q&A session with Gary Neville - former England footballer turned renewable energy advocate.
WHEN & WHERE
6.00pm on Thursday 24th January 2013
The Duke of Cambridge, 30 St Peters Street, Islington, London N1 8JT
Email Lucy Williams to register your interest for free.
(Please note, as there are only 50 places available, unfortunately we are unable accept everyone to what is always an over-subscribed evening. We promise to get back to you asap to let you know whether you've got a place though!)
Mike Tivey, Managing Director of MITIE Asset Management, David Metcalfe, CEO of Verdantix