NCFC chief executive David McNally to be keynote speaker at energy industry event

Norwich City CEO David McNally will be the keynote speaker at EEEGR's Innovation Awards 2014. Picture: Denise Bradley Norwich City CEO David McNally will be the keynote speaker at EEEGR's Innovation Awards 2014. Picture: Denise Bradley

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
12:15 PM

Norwich City Football chief executive David Mcnally is to be the keynote speaker at an event highlighting innovations in the region’s energy sector.

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Mr McNally is speaking at the East of England Energy Group’s (EEEGR) Innovation Awards at Norwich City Football Club on Wednesday July 2, which will be followed by a gala dinner.

EEEGR said that because of the high calibre and number of entries this year there will be nine award finalists.

They are:

1. UK Power Networks: Flexible Plug & Play

2. Selex ES: GridKey

3. CloudQast: Zaviour Ltd Trading

4. Aker Solutions: Integri-Tech

5. SubC: Flexicrane

6. AKD Engineering Limited: Personnel Transfer System

7. W3G Marine: OWTIS

8. James Fisher: TranSPAR

9. Equalizer International Ltd: Smart Tools For Flange Work

For more information, or to book your tickets, please visit the EEEGR website here, or call the office on 01493 446535.

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