Organiser: Marketing Humber - Bondholders
Event Type: Information Session
By Marketing Humber
About this event
Tuesday 19th October – Sponsored by Humber Zero
Physical event start: 8:30am
Virtual event start: 9:00am
We need the global transition to clean power to be at least four times faster than it is at present. The power sector accounts for a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions. As demand for energy grows, the power sector must grow and decarbonise in parallel. Dramatic cost reductions in solar and wind energy mean that renewables are now cheaper than new coal in most parts of the world, and bring benefits via improved air quality, energy access and security, and creating jobs in new industries.
- Host: Jenny Sutcliffe, Principal Consultant Regulatory Affairs, Phillips 66
- Emma Pinchbeck, CEO, Energy UK
- Ruth Herbert, CEO, Carbon Capture & Storage Association
- Dave Theakstone, Project Development Engineer, VPI – Humber Zero
- Clark MacFarlane, CEO Onshore, NEME, Siemens Gamesa
- Sophie Al-Mudallal, Aura CDT PHD Student
- Jane Cooper, Director for Stakeholder and Regulatory Affairs, Orsted
Join us to discover more about the future of energy from industry experts, sharing their thoughts of how the energy mix, working alongside important technology advancements and infrastructure, will empower our region to lead the world in a global transition.
Keynote speaker Emma Pinchbeck is a leading expert in whole-economy decarbonisation and the energy transition, and will be highlighting the role of Energy UK, the current status quo of the UK energy sector and how our energy systems are changing.
Ruth Herbert will discuss the vital role Carbon Capture & Storage Association plays in supporting the development of a UK carbon capture supply chain to support domestic jobs and local manufacturing, helping to deliver clean regional growth and the industrial transition to a low-carbon economy, boosting UK prosperity and supporting the government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda helping to achieve the UK’s climate goals.
David Theakstone will present the collaborative impact of the industry-led decarbonisation project Humber Zero, and how it will provide a low-carbon industrial future for our region, job creation and contribution to the local economy.
Clark Macfarlane will discuss Siemens Gamesa’s crucial role in the green energy transition, including achieving those critical offshore wind targets by 2030. How Siemens Gamesa is well prepared to face future challenges in the industry, with cutting-edge technological solutions bringing significant environmental benefits to its customers in the global transition toward a more sustainable and low-carbon economy.
Sophie Al-Mudallal will share why she applied for the Aura CDT and what role she would like to play in the future of the offshore wind sector, environmental protection and sustainability.
The Waterline Summit 2021
The Humber is at the forefront of tackling climate change, empowering people and places to net zero and creating an economic model for global decarbonisation.
The Waterline Summit is returning for 2021 as a hybrid event thanks to our Event Partners and wide range of Sponsors who help make the summit possible.
Hosted across five days from 18 – 22 October, The Waterline Summit 2021 will target all the elements of place; businesses, students, academia, government, community and more, demonstrating how we all have a part to play in the race to net-zero. This year there will be a key focus on connecting the Humber and its transformational multi-billion-pound projects to COP26 and beyond.
Each day that week will focus on the following themes:
- The Waterline Summit Launch Day (Monday – Sponsored by Event Partners)
- Energy Transition Day (Tuesday – Sponsored by Humber Zero)
- Clean Road Transport Day (Wednesday – Sponsored by Phillips 66)
- Adaptation & Resilience Day (Thursday – Sponsored by Living with Water)
- Cities & Built Environment Day (Friday – Sponsored by Hull City Council)
1-12 November – Connecting the Humber to COP26:
Activities and headline discussions happening at the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference will be fed into the live media feed on our Waterline event hub (www.thewaterline.global). Working with reporters on the ground in Glasgow we will be streaming back various interviews, events, vlogs etc.
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