Cold Chain Energy Summit goes online

Manchester:  The Cold Chain Energy Summit in Manchester, postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will now take place online.

The Energy Summit, with partner Star Refrigeration, takes place from Tuesday 16 June to Thursday 18 June 2020, with a series of one hour webinars over three days, each starting at 10am.

The event will feature presentations by cold chain experts, with opportunities for registered delegates to interact and ask questions. Webinars will focus on UK energy policy, climate change and innovations in renewable energy.

Cold Chain Federation chief executive, Shane Brennan and Star Refrigeration sales and marketing director, Rob Lamb, opne the debateon day one.

The theme for day two of the event is renewable energy in the cold chain, with expert insights and a review of the latest innovations. Star Refrigeration’s Director of Renewable Energy, Dave Pearson, will demonstrate how cold stores can create an income stream by harnessing the waste heat generated from refrigeration plants.

Day three will see John Clark, director, Star Data Analytics, share how cold chain businesses can manage energy efficiency and drive improvements. The session will close with the launch of new energy efficiency policy guidance from the Cold Chain Federation.

The third day of Energy Week will feature a look ahead to the re-scheduled Cold Chain Energy Summit. There will be a preview of the live event now taking place at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, on Wednesday 18 November 2020.


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