Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield |
Hardwick Hall Hotel,
Sedgefield, TS21 2EH
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
The UK and individual clusters all have their roadmaps to achieving Net Zero, where the Teesside cluster is well placed to lead the way. NEPIC’s annual Clean Growth Conference allows industry and stakeholders in the North East and further afield to commune and discuss their decarbonisation challenges and opportunities. The shift to Net Zero is a huge challenge for all industries, fortunately it also provides opportunity for the advancement of businesses and economies through the creation of jobs, new supply chains, and regional investment.
As always, the line-up for the 2023 Clean Growth Conference will be diverse and will bring together stakeholders to discuss a range of decarbonisation challenges and opportunities for the process industries. The event will give an overview of the landscape with speaker presentations, panel discussions, exhibitors, and case studies from those prevalent in the industry.
This will be an engaging and informative event whether you are a SME looking to understand how Net Zero can grow your business, or a manufacturer looking for industrial decarbonisation case studies and opportunities for future innovation.
09.15: Session 1
9:15 – 9:25| NEPIC – Welcome & Introductions
9:25-9:45| Francesco De Leonardis & Will Harrison-Cripps (BP) – bp’s Hydrogen Projects on Teesside
9:45-10:05| Dr Graham Hillier (CPI) – Balancing Resource Efficiency and Climate Change
10:05-10:25| Chris Rowell (Tees Valley Combined Authority) – Net Zero and Economic Opportunity in Tees Valley
10:25-10:45| Mark Devine (Sembcorp Energy UK) – Clean Growth Opportunities at Wilton International
10:45-11:05| Eliza Dwyer (Nova Pangaea) – Introduction to a Net Negative Production of Advanced Fuels
11.05: Networking & Refreshment Break
11.30: Session 2
11:30-11:50| Emma Johnston (Frazer-Nash Consultancy) – Making the Tees Valley a Hydrogen “Super-Place”
11:50-12:10| Oyinda Gunn (Axiom) – Hazards of Hydrogen and Process Safety
12:10-12:30| Christopher Mason (Appleyard Lees) – Green Technology Development Trends
12:30-13:10| Panel Session – The Barriers and Opportunities around Decarbonisation in the Process Sector – Chris Beck (Arup), James Prime (Turner and Townsend), Dr Nashwan Dawood (NZIIC) + Sarah Daun (Womble Bond Dickinson).
13.00: Lunch & Networking
13.45: Session 3
13:50-14:10| Jack Bottomley (Northern Endurance Partnership) – Enabling the decarbonisation of Teesside at scale
14:10-14:30| Dr Linsey Fuller (Procter & Gamble) – Flue2Chem
14:30-14:50| Amna Bezanty (Circular Fuels) – At the heart of two parallel market (r)evolutions: the drive towards net zero and shift to zero waste
14:50-15:10| James Watt (WSP) – Enabling non-cluster development, the key future for clusters
15:10-15:30| Stephen Coates (X-Energy) – Introduction to X-Energy
15.30: Wrap up & event close.
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Be one of our exhibiting companies at this years Clean Growth Conference and gain access and exposure to our audience of regional chemical-industry business people.
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