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Energy Efficiency 2019

  • London and Home Counties
  • <p>Energy Institute<br />61 New Cavendish Street<br />London<br />W1G 7AR</p>
  • 27-03-2019
  • 09:00 - 17:00
  • Company member one day - 175.00
    Non-Member - 255.00
    Student - 100.00
    Member - 100.00
    + VAT
  • Book now

Discover the latest technologies and innovations around saving energy, reducing carbon emissions, lowering operational costs and complying with legislation.

27 March 2019

For the sixth consecutive year, our renowned Energy Efficiency Conference brings together key representatives including energy managers, psychologists, large end users, designers, consultants and academics to discuss the latest issues surrounding energy efficiency.

Speakers include:

  • Alex Gilbert, Senior Energy Strategy Manager, TfL
  • Ali Levine Foster, former Senior Policy Adviser, NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
  • Neil Guthrie, Principal Technical Officer, Environment Agency
  • Jack Morris, Senior Development Manager, Ditto Sustainability
  • Fei Zheng, Energy Conservation Officer, Islington Council
  • Sophie Chirez, Head of Department, Sustainable Energy Use, DNV GL Energy
  • Emily Chapple, Head of Sustainability Consulting Service, EMEA, CBRE COS
  • Lucy Hayes MEI, Principal Energy Professional, Jacobs
  • James Patterson CEng FEI, Director, ClearLead Consulting
  • Eur Ing John Mulholland CEng FEI, Director, Mulholland Energy
  • Richard Kelly CEng MEI, Estates Manager, Dublin City University
  • Tim Crozier-Cole, Technical Director, Verco
  • Lucy Padfield, Director, Ramboll
  • Chair: Paul Bennett CEng, Managing Director, BSSEC

Topics explored:

Energy efficiency:

  • The impact of human behaviour on energy efficiency
  • Driving energy efficiency and carbon reduction - a Dublin City University perspective

Energy management, standards, reporting and auditing:

  • Streamlined energy and carbon reporting
  • Energy Management at Islington Council
  • Maximising the return from your energy reporting

Energy management - standards:

  • ESOS Phase II
  • Does applying ISO 50001 make a difference?
  • Investor ready energy efficiency – update on the investor confidence project

Energy Technologies and system optimisation:

  • The electrification of a city
  • Heat

Attend to gain a greater understanding on:

  • How to help your organisation to develop a company-wide commitment to energy efficiency so that you can reduce your energy costs and dramatically reduce your carbon footprint
  • Effectively evaluating and monitoring your financial savings
  • Illustrating your return on investment to management
  • Key energy management technologies and principles

Our expert panel of speakers will address the opportunities to raise public energy awareness through introducing behaviour change strategies, energy legislation, standards, auditing, building design, management strategy, business operations, and performance monitoring.

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