Saving Energy through People

behaviour change cloud wordsOne of the most important energy efficiency measures is training. You could save up to 30% on your utility bills.

Energy efficiency is not an end in itself; it is a method of reducing the energy used whilst a system is in use. The most efficient use of energy is not to use it in the first place. This has to be the starting point in achieving energy reduction. Without human intervention there is no energy use and whilst this sounds simplistic the human factor is very often undervalued.

Latest development in behavioural change can help your business to engage with your staff so they become active players in reducing operating costs while improving sustainability credentials, all this with no capital outlay and no interruption of day-to-day business.

Day 1 - 22nd November

13:50 - 14:20

Promoting Collaboration in Energy across the Organisation


How to drive efficiency and promote collaboration through the central management of data. Read More »


  • Ben Dhesi Managing Director - Pulse Business Energy
  • Simon Davey Environmental Manager - Freedom Leisure

Day 2 - 23rd November

10:30 - 11:00

Take Opportunities to Gain Buy-in to your Energy Projects


The aim of this presentation is to share my approaches and outline the key learning points I have identified in... Read More »


  • Luke RichardsonLuke Richardson Environmental Partnership Manager - Virgin Trains East Coast
12:30 - 13:10

Lessons from Universities on Energy Management

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Universities are large complex organisations and their governance is often less then logical. However, some of the best energy efficiency... Read More »


  • Rachel Ward Sustainability Manager - London Metropolitan University


  • Tristan Wolfe Energy Manager - University of Aberdeen
  • Ian Lane Head of Sustainability - University of the Arts London