Tuesday 23rd February 2016 – Registration from 13:30pm / Event 14:00 – 17:30pm.
Anson Rooms, University of Bristol Students Union
This first quarterly Gathering of 2016 has an energy theme, with updates on activities in the city and a consultation exercise on ‘Our Resilient Future’ – Bristol’s freshly drafted Framework for Climate and Energy Security. You can book your place here.
The event kicks off at 13:30pm for registration, networking and exhibition stands – showcasing energy activity in the city. We still have a number of stands available – if you would like to reserve a stand and display your organisation’s work at the gathering, please return the attached form to email@example.com by midday Friday 19th February.
From 14:00 to 15:30pm, we’ll be providing a picture of sustainable energy activities taking place or in planning across the city, including:
- Bristol Energy Company – hear from Managing Director Peter Haigh
- Andrew Garrad – Supervisory Board of DNV GL Energy & Chair of Bristol 2015 Company
- Bristol City Council’s Warm Up Bristol & the Community Energy Fund
- Centre for Sustainable Energy’s Smart Energy City Collaboration
- Bristol Green Doors
- CHEESE thermographic imaging community project
- Talking Money and health-improving action on cold homes
- Bristol Energy Co operative
- Bristol Energy Network Energy Champions.
From 15:30 – 17:30pm, we will be inviting you to take part in a consultation exercise on Bristol’s freshly drafted Climate and Energy Security Framework.
The event will be Chaired by Simon Roberts, Chief Executive of the Centre for Sustainable Energy and a recently appointed Director of Bristol Green Capital Partnership. Hosted by the University of Bristol’s Students’ Union, the Quarterly Partnership Gathering also offers the opportunity to get up to speed on all aspects of Partnership news and to meet other members from business, public and voluntary sectors.
This event is not just for those working or volunteering in energy.
Participation and input from as diverse range of organisations as possible will help us to collectively explore and enable energy action in the city.
Come along prepared to share, learn, question and contribute to the discussion and to the consultation