Monday, April 28, 2014

Workshop - Ripping the Energy Costs out of Manufacturing

Ripping the energy costs out of manufacturing will take place on April 30, 2014 at the University of Bradford / Bradford, UK. This workshop is for anyone concerned with reducing the costs of energy in your business including Finance, operations and owners of manufacturing businesses. This one day event is an advanced practitioner workshop aimed at providing you with the tools to make a significant step change in your business.

The workshop objective

An event to address the rising costs of energy for your business and ways to rip the energy costs out of processes using data analysis and modeling to review and target key inefficiencies and opportunities for system redesign and process optimisation. Advice will also be provided on funding and financing mechanisms to implement measures to achieve the savings. Over the course of the event we aim to help delegates to assess their specific significant energy and process challenges and identify the potential resulting opportunities - and then to plan how these can be exploited effectively.  

Who should attend?

Anyone concerned with reducing the costs of energy in your business including Finance, operations and owners of manufacturing businesses.  

Why should I attend?

If you are concerned by the rising energy costs in your business and need to re-think ways of taking costs out of the business then this will be seriously good use of your time. This is not about switching off lights and turning down your radiators but advanced techniques to seek step-change savings in your businesses running costs and identify energy production potential.  

What will I get out of it?

Advanced technical insight into energy costs in your business, potential tools and techniques to review and re-think significant cost ‘ripping’ and peer-to-peer discussion and problem solving to focus on the needs and solutions for your specific business. Up to date advice and information on potential funding for investment to deliver the benefits.

For more information or to register click here.

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