People supporting people
                    to take enterprising action
against climate change

NEA Cymru Annual Conference - 22 January 2015, Cardiff

NEA Cymru Annual Conference - 22 January 2015, Cardiff





Do you want to help develop the solutions to end fuel poverty in Wales? Then join NEA Cymru at the only conference in Wales focusing on the 1 in 3 households in Wales who cannot afford a warm home.



Keynote speakers
Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Natural Resources, Welsh Government
Rachel McEwan, Director of Sustainable Development, SSE
Jenny Saunders OBE, Chief Executive, NEA






The role of community energy in addressing fuel poverty
David Clubb, Director, RenewableUK
Graham Ayling, Community Services, Manager, Energy Saving Trust
Chris Blake, Director, The Green Valleys (Wales) CIC
Gareth Clubb, Director, Friends of the Earth Cymru



Addressing the growing divide between 'the haves and have-nots'
Claire Durkin, NEA Trustee for Wales
Mark Isherwood AM
Rhodri Glyn Thomas AM






Solutions for rural fuel poverty
Naomi McDonagh, Environmental Health Officer, Ceredigion County Council
Nigel Winnan, Connections Manager, Wales & West Utilities
Reducing excess winter deaths in Wales
Graeme Francis, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Age Cymru
Jane Huntley, Associate Director, Public Health Programmes, NICE
Fair deal for pre-payment customers?
Andy Regan, Energy Policy Manager, Citizens Advice Cymru
David Mortimer, Head of Stakeholder Relations, Smart Energy GB
Solutions for tackling fuel poverty in the wider poverty context
Speakers to be confirmed





Delegate rate
NEA members
Non members
Not for profit/local authority
£100 inc VAT
£120 inc VAT
Private sector
£120 inc VAT
£140 inc VAT
 NEA members
 Non members
 Exhibition space
 £130 inc VAT
 £160 inc VAT
Please note: in order to exhibit you must also buy a delegate place at the appropriate rate.



Lunch and refreshments at designated times throughout the day are included in the delegate fee.

Register here

« Back to News & Events