Wales conference 2017 presentations

Beyond 2018: Policies, Programmes and New Approaches

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Opening address

  • Carole Morgan Jones, Director, NEA Cymru
  • Nigel Dewbery, Head of Obligation and Managing Director Installation Services, E.ON
  • Keynote speaker: Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner
Session 1: How can we ensure the energy market works for all consumers, particularly the most vulnerable?

Session 2: The impact of energy efficiency programmes and new approaches

  • Chair: Duncan McCombie, Chief Executive, YES Energy Solutions
  • Gowan Watkins, Head of Housing Conditions Evidence Programme, Welsh Government
  • Neil Williams, Head of Agency Support & Development, Care & Repair Cymru

(1) Delivering energy advice in the home

  • Chair: Ben Saltmarsh, Trainer and Project Co-ordinator, NEA Cymru
  • Speakers: Bob Jacques, Home Energy Coach
  • Ieuan Davies, Employment and Training Officer, Grwp Cynefin, Community Energy Wardens Project
  • Sam Froud-Powell, Community Energy Co-ordinator, Community Energy Officer, Action in Caerau and Ely (ACE)
  • Allison Cawley, Being Greener, Melin Homes

(2) Tackling fuel poverty in the rented sector

  • Chair: Carole Morgan-Jones, Director, NEA Cymru
  • Speakers: Bethan Jones, Operational Manager, Rent Smart Wales
  • Lucy Taylor, Neighbourhood Services Officer, Housing Enforcement, Shared Regulatory Services, Bridgend, Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan
  • Joanna Seymour, Environmental Health Officer, Flintshire County Council
Session 3: Innovation in Wales

Session 4: Helping consumers navigate the energy market

  • Andy Regan, Policy Officer Wales, Citizens Advice Bureau
Published on 19-02-2017
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