The Walker Morris Renewables, Energy & Resources Group will be exhibiting at Sustainability Live 2013. The team have four presentation slots and will be catching up with clients and key industry contacts at their exhibition stand.
In addition, the team will be hosting free legal surgeries at the Walker Morris stand to provide no obligation, 30 minute discussions for anyone who wants to talk through projects generally, specific issues or just ideas.
Sustainability Live is one of the most comprehensive events for sustainable business management. It encompasses the latest products and services across the energy, water and energy from waste sectors and is free to attend.
Sustainability Live comprises three shows: NEMEX energy Live, IWEX water Live and the new EfW Expo energy from waste Live. Running alongside each other the event provides the opportunity to network with like minded individuals and hear about the latest industry challenges and opportunities from the seminar programme.
Speakers from Walker Morris will be addressing topical market issues affecting the waste management, water and electricity markets.
Adam Davidson - Electricity Market Reform - What do (and don't) we know about Electricity Market Reform? 10:45 - 11:00 / 16 April 2013 in Energy Theatre One
Frazer Peavoy - What impact is the Government's draft Water Bill going to have on the water sector? 10:30 - 10:45 / 16 April 2013 in the Water Theatre
Ben Sheppard - Key Legal and Contractual Issues with Advanced Thermal Technology Projects 11:00 - 11:15 / 16 April 2013 in Energy from Waste Theatre One
Ben Sheppard - Delivering Anaerobic Digestion: Contractual Structures and Legal Issues 10:30 - 10:45 / 17 April 2013 in Energy from Waste Theatre One
Adam Davidson, Director in the Renewables, Energy and Resources Group at Walker Morris said:
"Resource efficiency and improving sustainable business practice is one of the fastest changing industries of recent time. Coupled with evolving legislation and a constant drive to improve efficiency, it is increasingly important for Local Authorities and the private sector to keep abreast of the latest developments and legal landscape to understand how they can benefit."
David Kilduff, Head of the Renewables, Energy and Resources Group at Walker Morris said:
"Encompassing EfW Expo, IWEX and NEMEX, Sustainability Live is one of the most comprehensive exhibitions for the Energy from Waste, Water and Energy industries. We are looking forward to catching up with our clients and meeting key industry contacts. We are delighted that we have four presentations at the event, which is a recognition of our increasing reputation and national standing in these sectors."
Walker Morris will be exhibiting at stand N16 in the EfW Expo hall.
Read more about Sustainability Live in Ben Sheppard's interview with the Yorkshire Post here.