Sunday, May 11, 2014

Event - Energy Management Forum

The Energy Management Forum will take place on May 14, 2014, at Faversham House / Birmingham, UK. This forum is a timely and must attend event for anyone looking to increase energy efficiency and reduce costs.

The 2014 forum will be chaired by Mervyn Bowden, Managing Director at Intuitive Energy Solutions (former Head of Energy Management, Marks & Spencer plc).

Expert speakers include:

Lord Redesdale, CEO, Energy Managers Association
Richard Laxton, Global Sustainability Manager, Arla Foods
Kathy Morrissey, Environment and Utilities Manager, Stansted Airport
James Pitcher, Head of Energy and Environment, Tesco
Guy Lee-Potter, Group Retail Estates Energy Manager, The Co-operative Group

Attend this one day forum to:

•Discuss why ESOS should be considered as a good thing by business, not a cost
•Learn how to measure performance and success in energy management
•Find out how to design and implement an innovative employee engagement scheme to reduce energy cost
•Understand how Skanska achieved a 45% reduction in energy consumption and a 55% reduction in carbon in their office in Woking

For more information or to register click here.

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