Should CEO’s bother about energy efficiency?

rupert2Lord Redesdale took his seat in the House of Lords in 1991 where he worked in a variety of roles (including Energy Spokesman for the Lib Dems) until he left to form ADBA in 2009.

He stepped down as Chairman of ADBA to give CMA and EMA his full-attention in 2012.

As CEO of the Carbon Management Association (CMA) and of Energy Managers’ Association (EMA), he advises members of the Associations on government policy.

EMEX, organised in partnership with the Energy Managers Association, is a brand new event that focuses on educating all those who work and are responsible for managing energy and how they can reduce its consumption.

Whether you work as an energy manager, facilities manager or are in procurement, EMEX brings together over 100 leading suppliers and more than 70 free targeted seminars that will help you control energy costs.

Their focus will be around

  • Energy Service & Performance Contracting (EnPC);
  • Energy Management Training;
  • Energy Use in the Built Environment;
  • Green IT and Technology.

On behalf of my fellow board members of the Energy Managers Association, I’d like to invite you to be part of EMEX.

It takes 2 minutes to register for free at www.emexlondon.com/register-now

Lord Redesdale
CEO, The Energy Managers Association