The 6th Rushlight Show takes place on Thursday 29 January 2015 at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. The event, sponsored by the Isle of Man Dept of Economic Development and by DECC, incorporates the following:
An Exhibition of the latest innovations in cleantech, including a number of entrants of the Rushlight Awards.
The Funding Cleantech Conference, which covers all aspects of funding both companies and projects and includes the opportunity for delegates to present their funding requests to expert panels of active cleantech investors and project financiers.
The Resource Reuse Conference, in association with LCRN, which this year will focus on the development of reuse and activities in that area, with direct input from local authorities, waste operators, government departments, community schemes and investors.
The Sustainable Solutions Market Panel, where cleantech companies can present their products and services directly to a panel of leading sustainability and procurement representatives from corporate UK who are seeking to further their supply chain sustainability and resilience, including Nestle, Tesco, The Commercial Group and BAA Heathrow.
Isle of Man breakfast seminar on offshore renewables and eco-island opportunities, giving an update on the process to engage with the first round offshore wind and marine energy winners, providing the very latest position on the next rounds, and setting out the process fors the conversion of the island to an eco-island and the business opportunities that will provide.
Julie Hill, Green Alliance and Chair of WRAP
Ian Ellerington, Head of Innovation Delivery, DECC
Inder Poonaji, Head of Sustainability, Nestle
David Ferroussat, Head of Infrastructure Procurement, BAA Heathrow
Wayne Hubbard, COO, London Waste and Recycling Board
Mike Pitts, Lead Specialist Sustainability, Innovate UK
Paul Capell, Director EIDC and Non-Exec Chair Aquamarine Power and Green Highland Renewables
Amit Rama, VP Transaction Team, Green Investment Bank
James Pitcher, Head of Energy & Environment, Tesco
Peter Scholes, LRS Consultancy and former Managing Director, Urban Mines
Other organisations involved in the programme include the Carbon Trust, PNO Consultants, Powervault, PERA, FCC Environment, Viridor, Greencoat Capital, Sustainable Technology Investors, Turquoise Corporate Finance, First Mile Recycling, CIWM, GM Ventures, The Restart Project, LCRN and London Reuse Network.