NEA Annual Conference & Exhibition 2015
Date: 14th – 16th September 2015
Location: Sheffield City Hall
Widely recognised as the largest fuel poverty and energy efficiency event in the UK, NEA’s 33rd annual conference and exhibition is likely to attract over 300 delegates and 40 exhibitors.
In 2015 the NEA annual conference & exhibition, sponsored by National Grid and Northern Powergrid, will be held at Sheffield City Hall from Monday 14 to Wednesday 16 September.
Situated in the heart of the city, Sheffield City Hall is a magnificent art deco concert hall which has been elegantly modernised, whilst maintaining the unique atmosphere and charm of the original heritage and has an award-winning reputation for hosting some of the country’s most esteemed business and conferencing events.
The theme for this year’s conference is based on our vision for the future for the 4.5 million households who live in the misery of fuel poverty across the UK. The conference will focus on six vision statements and expert panels of speakers will explore each of these in turn, drawing upon the experience of those attending the conference.
Who should attend?
The NEA Conference is the main UK conference solely focussed on tackling fuel poverty. It provides a unique opportunity to hear from experts, challenge their views and share best practice. All sectors involved in developing and policies and programmes to deliver on fuel poverty targets should attend including representatives from local government and RSLs; central government; the energy industry; Green Deal installer organisations; health agencies; voluntary and not for profit agencies at a national and local level.
NEA’s conference is one of the best value-for-money events in the UK. Taking place over three days, as well as access to the full conference programme and exhibition, the delegate fee also include a buffet and drinks reception on Monday evening; gala dinner on Tuesday evening; and lunch and refreshments at designated times on Tuesday and Wednesday.
For updates to the programme and to book your place visit www.nea.org.uk/sheffield2015