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Event location: Online

Event date: 08.02.2022 - 08.02.2022

Heating servitisation for efficient Dutch buildings

Energy Efficiency-as-a-Service: Improving heating propositions for the sustainable buildings of tomorrow in the Netherlands.

On 8 February EIT InnoEnergy organises the webinar 'Heating servitisation for effcient Dutch buildings’'. With guest speakers from consultancy Delta EE and legal energy market specialists from HVG Law, the Heat-as-a-Service business model will be highlighted from various angles, especially relevant for Dutch market parties interested in offering heat as a service to non-residential real estate.

 

 Join Delta EE, HVG Law and EIT InnoEnergy on February 8th from 13:00 to 14:00 (Amsterdam time) to learn more and enter the conversation. Register here: link.

 

Agenda:

  • The upcoming Heat Act 2.0, why it is important for suppliers of heat to non-residential buildings and what the consequences might be.
  • Legal aspects of implementing servitisation, such as retaining equipment ownership rights and off-balance propositions.
  • How competitive propositions for efficient heat can be offered using Heat-as-a-Service.
  • Successful applications of the Heat-as-a-Service business model elsewhere in Europe.

 

Guest speakers:

Lindsay Sugden, Head of Heat Delta-EE.

Lindsay is Head of Heat Research at Delta-EE, with 14 years’ experience working with clients in European the heating sector. She leads Delta-EE’s Heat research services team, which supports heating manufacturers, energy companies, policy makers and other industry stakeholders to capture market opportunities in the heating market emerging from decarbonisation, digitalisation and the convergence of the electricity and heat markets. Lindsay has a 1st class (hons) and PhD in Geoscience from the University of Edinburgh. 

Jacqueline Feld, Attorney at Law / Senior Manager Energy & Utilities HVG Law.

Jacqueline works as a lawyer in the Energy & Utilities team in Amsterdam. HVG Law is part of the global EY Law network. She has over 11 years of experience as a lawyer in the energy sector advising national and international companies on acquisitions, renewable energy projects, contracts and energy law regulation. She previously worked at CMS and Norton Rose Fulbright. She is a member of the Dutch Association for Energy Law.

Sander Simonetti, Attorney at Law / Partner Energy & Utilities at Habraken Rutten Advocaten.

Sander works as a partner at Habraken Rutten Advocaten in Rotterdam. He is an experienced energy lawyer with more than 15 years' experience in the sector, focusing on projects, transactions, contracts and regulations in the energy and utilities sector. Before joining Habraken Rutten, Sander coordinated the energy team of HVG Law and worked at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek and ECN Renewable Energy.

 

Who should attend this webinar?

Among technology and service providers of heating and cooling active in the Dutch buildings segment:

  • Business Developers and Commercial Managers seeking to grow market share by increasing the competitiveness of propositions, improving building energy label improvement and user satisfaction while removing customer barriers.
  • CEOs interested in strengthening relationships with their preferred customers, through long-term client unburdening agreements which generate predictable cash flows.
  • Innovators looking for new business models which are synergetic with the latest R&D developments, digitization, and solutions which are optimized for energy efficiency and customer ease.

Among owners and occupants of buildings used as/for; offices, warehouses, governmental, healthcare, retail, hotels.

  • Sustainability Managers looking to reduce their CO2 footprints and enabling circular supply chain solutions for services consumed.
  • CFOs interested in off-balance and zero CapEx solutions, energy and OpEx cost reductions, and preserving investment capacities for core-business related opportunities.
  • Facility Managers that seek to improve building energy management predictability and performance, avoid unexpected maintenance and repair costs, improve end user satisfaction, while outsourcing technological, maintenance, and financing complexities.

 

The webinar is also relevant for financiers and investors looking for competitive upcoming business models with strong growth potential that offer long-term and guaranteed revenue streams.

 

Would you like to explore how the winning business models of tomorrow could look like, in the Dutch non-residential real estate heating? Join Delta EE, HVG Law and EIT InnoEnergy on February 8th from 13:00 to 14:00 (Amsterdam time) to learn more and enter the conversation. Register here: link.

 

 

 

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