Energy transition in focus at ERA Convention

By Murray Pollok20 May 2022

Speakers from JCB, Boston Consulting, Wacker Neuson, FIEC and others will consider what the energy transition means for the rental industry at this year’s European Rental Association convention in Riga, Latvia on 15 and 16 June.

The 2022 ERA Convention takes place at the Radisson Blu Latvija Conference & Spa Hotel (Photo: Radisson Blu)

The theme of the Convention is ‘Rental in Transition’, with a focus on ‎energies of the future, the European Green Deal and the role of the equipment rental industry in ‎the energy transition.

Speakers and topics will include:

Jacopo Brunelli, Boston Consulting Group
Future EU energy scenarios

Domenico Campogrande, FIEC – European Construction Industry Federation
The impact of the EU Green Deal on contractors

Alex Woodrow, Knibb, Gormezano and Partners
State of play and trends in the energy transition

Panel with OEMs on new energy technologies and their impact on rental
- Tim Burnhope, JCB
- Laurent Bonnaure, Manitou
- Alexander Greschner, Wacker Neuson
- Tora Leifland, Volvo Construction Equipment

More than 300 participants are expected to attend the Convention at the Radisson Blu Latvija Conference & Spa Hotel. The event includes the traditional European Rental Awards ceremony on the first evening.

Register for both the convention and the awards here: https://na.eventscloud.com/eraconvention2022

As in 2021 in Amsterdam, the Convention and the Awards Dinner will be moderated by business ‎presenter Maarten Bouwhuis. 

ERA reports that there are still some table-top exhibition and sponsorship opportunities available. For more details, visit https://erarental.org/event/era-convention-2022/. ‎

For more information, please contact ERA at era@erarental.org

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