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Technology Seminar & 74th Annual Luncheon
Friday 17 March, 2023, Leonardo Royal Hotel Tower Bridge London, E18 GP
‘Energy Security in uncertain Times’
IPowerE’s 2023 Technology Seminar and Annual Luncheon is to be held at the Leonardo Royal Hotel
London Tower Bridge. The day will commence at 10.00am with a Technology Seminar, followed by a
The morning Seminar will comprise a multi-
subject matter, so there will be something which will be relevant to everyone’s business.
The Technology Seminar & Annual Luncheon is well established as a key event in the calendar of the power and prime mover industries and is an occasion not to be missed. Book your place now and take the opportunity to catch up on the latest technology developments and to hear and engage with internationally renowned speakers, plus the chance to network with other members, clients and colleagues.
We are honoured to have National Grid as our Industry Speaker
The electricity system is going through a period of unprecedented change as we decarbonise. This presents operational challenges when keeping the lights on.
Guest Speaker: Penny Mallory
Often best known for her passion for motor sport, Penny’s first love has always been people.
Penny has spoken all over the world, an Event Host and a familiar TV Presenter. Based on over twenty years of sporting and business experience, Penny talks about The Psychology of Success.
“I love the buzz and physical challenge of running, riding and boxing. But to find real balance in life, it is essential to achieve some moments of stillness and mindfulness. I believe that balance is the key to unlocking pure, true potential” says Penny.
Against the odds, Penny Mallory became the first woman in the World to compete in a World Rally Car. Her story is unusual and inspiring. Penny shares the ups and downs of her story from ‘homeless waster’ to ‘Rally Champion’, inspiring audiences to achieve greater things for themselves. Despite being told she was the ‘wrong sex’ and ‘too old’, she achieved her lifelong dream to be a Rally Driver.
Her unique and inspirational story shows there is no limit to what you can achieve with will determination, focus and commitment.
The story started when Penny was just fourteen. Leaving home, never to return, she found herself in London, seeking a better life, but spent nearly 2 years in homeless hostels. Her life was completely out of control. But she realised that she alone could take control of her life. In time, she worked her way to becoming a sound engineer and a graphic artist. A chance event allowed her to realise a childhood dream of driving a rally car and she was hooked.
Penny has also entered the boxing ring for two fights, one opponent being TV chef Monica Galetti(!) She has completed 4 marathons, various hell runners and a Triathlon. She has learnt to play polo and completed a successful ascent in 2008 of the tough North face of Europe’s highest mountain, Mount Elbrus, and more recently summited Mount Kilimanjaro.
In March 2013, she launched her new product, MaloryBand: a simple, lightweight cord to wear around your waist – a handy reminder not to overdo things, and to help you lose weight and be healthier if you wish to.
Technology Seminar and
74th Annual Luncheon
‘Energy Security in uncertain Times’
Company tables seating 8, 10 or 12 are available.
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