EEEGR Wind Week Update

EEEGR Wind Week Conference – Friday 29th October

EEEGR are delighted to announce their confirmed sessions & speakers for the conference celebrating East of England’s Wind Week: 

Greg Hands Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth & Peter Aldous, Conservative MP for Waveney, Political Landscape & Policy 

Dan McGrail Chief Executive, RenewableUK, Onshore Wind Prospectus Launch

Michael Somerville Project Controls Manager, ScottishPower Renewables, East Anglia Hub Review

Joe Whitley Energy Engineering Masters Student (ScottishPower Scholar) University of East Anglia, Be the Energy Engineer that the Industry is Asking For 

Emma Toulson Lead Stakeholder Advisor UK, Orsted, Hornsea 3 Project Review 

Esmee Thornton Deputy Site Manager for EA1, Siemens Gamesa, 5 Years On, My Career in Offshore Wind

Andy Paine Head of Wind Development, Vattenfall, Vattenfall’s Norfolk Projects – We’re Ready To Go! 

Malachi Noble & Christian Davis ECITB Scholars, East Coast College, The Benefits of a Scholarship

Andy Reay Group Head of Commercial Offshore Wind, Associated British Ports, Project Lowestoft Eastern Energy Facility EEF Update

Johnathan Reynolds Managing Director, Opergy, Integrated Energy Through the Eyes of Wind

Martin Dronfield Executive Chair, EEEGR, Cluster Update & State of Union Address

Rob Whalen Year 4 Teacher, Poplars Primary School, The Importance of Industry Engagement with Students from a Young Age

Further Speaker announcements to come from Equinor, Petrofac and OREcatapult. 

Orbis Energy
09:00 – 15:00

Tickets start from £50
Please note conference tickets are limited to 150 delegates.

For further event info & booking visit the EEEGR website

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