At January’s 2degrees Live event some of the biggest names in the property sector gathered to tackle the challenge of raising the energy performance of buildings. Here are some of the highlights.
Martin Chilcott, ceo and founder of 2degrees, and Gerry O’Donnell, director of Philips Lighting, set the scene and the challenges faced by property professionals when it comes to energy performance.
Personal perspective: Jake Ronay, head of environmental delivery at the Greater London Authority's talking about the challenges faced by the authority and how it can help the commercial sector improve the energy efficiency of its properties.
Personal perspective: Karen Dell, head of sustainability at the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) talks candidly about how it is reducing energy consumption across its property portfolio and some of the advantages and disadvantages of doing this when working for a high profile government department.
Working together to realise the benefits of high-performing properties: Hear the views of Debbie Hobbs, sustainability manager at Legal & General Property & Representative of the Better Buildings Partnership; Paul Edwards, head of sustainability at Hammerson; Alexandra Hammond, Sustainability Manager, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust; Keith Beattie, energy and environmental Sustainability leader at Eli Lilly; and Munish Datta, head of property Plan A at Marks and Spencer.
Feedback and observations from the day: Hear some of the key findings and learnings of the day from: Jon Lovell, global practice leader at Deloitte Real Estate; Neil Pennell, head of sustainability and engineering at Land Securities; Trevor Payne, director of estates and facilities management at Barts Health; Justin Snoxall, head of the business group at British Land; and Andrew McMullen, energy performance manager at Tesco.