Egypt’s hope for COP27 is that agreements and pledges made are translated into action, and that there is one international community working for the common good of our shared planet and humanity.
Ahead of the conference, we asked some of our energy specialists what their hopes for this year’s event are.
At the conference this year, I would like world leaders and policy makers to improve legislation to support businesses to maximise building energy efficiency; with particular attention being paid towards air conditioning which inevitably is being more relied upon as global temperatures rise.Richard Quigley, Energy Consultant
My hope for COP27 is for global leaders to empower more vulnerable nations and younger generations to contribute to the agenda of global climate change, with practical assistance, feasible training though developed sustainable strategies in terms of adaptation.Blessing Amin, Energy Consultant
Sam Arje is an approved EnCO Practitioner and an award-winning Energy Manager with experience of implementing energy projects. Tosin Murele is an accomplished Analytics Consultant with incredible experience in supporting organisations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decarbonise their energy networks. Richard Quigley is a Level 4 TM44 assessor and Blessing Amin is an Elmhurst accredited Commercial Energy Assessor, they support organisations in ensuring regulatory compliance and energy efficiency.