Knowledge, Skills and Experience

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In addition to the technical expertise and data analysis, the role of the energy management team is evolving. Influencing and negotiation, communication and stakeholder engagement skills are becoming ever more important. The theatre covers a vast range of energy management strategies and experiences across various sectors, providing you with knowledge and skills on how to build a robust business case for investment in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, and gain buy-in from senior stakeholders. Don’t miss The EMA awards (21st) that will reward those who are deemed by their peers to be outstanding and celebrate their achievements.

Speakers include:

Silouhette
Senior Technical Advisor
Environment Agency
Lord Rupert Redesdale
CEO
Energy Managers Association
Mike Pedley
Independent Consultant
Former Head of Energy at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Amanda Pakes EMEA Product Champion – Energy and GHG British Standards Institution
EMEA Product Champion – Energy and GHG
British Standards Institution

AGENDA

Wednesday 21st November 2018

11:00 -  11:45

Knock Knock. Who’s there? ESOS Phase 2

The panel of registered ESOS Lead Assessors will present their experience from ESOS Phase 1 and share their views on how is ESOS received by the organisations. The panel will also discuss how organisations should prepare for ESOS Phase 2 which has a deadline on 5 December 2019.

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Claire ScottClaire Scott Environmental Business Advisor
GC Business Growth Hub
Katie ElmerKatie Elmer Senior Sustainability Consultant
Carbon Footprint Ltd
SilouhetteMike Denbigh Senior Technical Advisor
Environment Agency
Vincent LaneVincent Lane Sustainability Engineer
FDT Consulting Engineers & Project Managers Ltd
12:10 -  13:00

Guidance on the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting

Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR), the proposed carbon reporting scheme is set to replace the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), and its anticipated start date of April 2019 is approaching. This session will offer guidance on how organisations can prepare, what will be the qualifying criteria and how the new reporting framework will benefit the companies.

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gary shanahanGary Shanahan Head of Business and Industrial Energy Efficiency, Tax and Reporting
BEIS
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association
13:50 -  14:35

Empowering Women in Energy Management and Sustainability

The EMA Empowering Women in Energy Management and Environment Group provides an informal network for women in the energy management, facilities management, sustainability and environmental industries that can assist in supporting career development for professional women, mentor aspiring women to pursue energy management education and careers in the energy management and associated fields. The panellists will share their views and […]

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Ashley O'NeillAshley O’Neill Energy and Compliance Manager
Hilton
Gillian BrownGillian Brown Energy Manager
University of Glasgow
Roederer Rose LyneRoederer Rose Lyne Graduate Energy Engineer
University of Aberdeen
Wendi WheelerWendi Wheeler MEI Energy & Carbon Strategy Manager
Network Rail
13:10 -  13:40

Appraising the Opportunities for Sustainable Business Travel

Transport expenditure can be a significant cost burden for many organisations. This session is designed to provide audience with an overview of transport audits methodologies and tools to ultimately reduce transport cost and to achieve efficiency.

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Darren TrotterDarren Trotter Environmental Manager
Ricoh UK
14:50 -  15:20

In-House Energy Management Training – Back to Basics

A look at how Bourne Leisure has developed their internal energy management training program. After successfully training 47 candidates and saving the company £2 Million in 2017, the Bourne Leisure Energy Management team continued to promote internal training programme this year to promote best practice through learning and development. Focused on structured skills training, and going back to basics with […]

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Patrick CourtneyPatrick Courtney Utilities Management Trainer
Bourne Leisure
sam arjeSam Arje Group Energy and Sustainability Manager
Bourne Leisure
15:30 -  16:30

EMA Energy Management Awards 2018

In its 4th year, the EMA Awards aim to give prominence to those leading the energy management industry and inspire others to follow in the same footsteps. The EMA will be announcing the winners and highly commended in the following categories. Energy Manager of the Year Junior Energy Management Professional of the Year EMA Member of the Year – nominated […]

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Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association

Thursday 22nd November 2018

10:20 -  11:00

How to Succeed in Implementing an Energy Management Strategy

This session brings together senior energy managers who will discuss the challenges and solutions to a successful implementation of an energy management strategy.

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Mike PedleyDr Mike Pedley Independent Consultant
Former Head of Energy at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Emily ChapleEmily Chapple Head of EMEA Sustainability Consulting
CBRE
Scott ArmstrongScott Armstrong Group Head of Energy and Sustainability
Bourne Leisure Ltd
11:10 -  11:45

ESOS: Reflect, Summarise and Prepare for Phase 2

The panel of registered ESOS Lead Assessors will present their experience from ESOS Phase 1 and share their views on how is ESOS received by the organisations. The panel will also discuss how organisations should prepare for ESOS Phase 2 which has a deadline on 5 December 2019.

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Emily ChapleEmily Chapple Head of EMEA Sustainability Consulting
CBRE
Ernie sheltonErnie Shelton Director
Horizon Power & Energy Ltd
SilouhetteMike Denbigh Senior Technical Advisor
Environment Agency
12:00 -  12:40

How to Develop and Successfully Present Business Cases

Energy Managers often identify opportunities for energy reduction, however the work does not stop once an opportunity is identified. The second, and often more important step, is to create a business case that explains to the management team the reasons that the project is beneficial so they can make the necessary funds available. This session will provide practical steps for […]

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Dr Maria Spyrou Energy Efficiency Manager Balfour Beatty KilpatrickDr Maria Spyrou Energy Efficiency Manager
Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick
12:50 -  13:30

Climbing the Career Ladder in Energy Management

The session will explore the different paths that lead to a career in energy management and what those who have chosen this awarding career found helpful in their career progression.

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SilouhetteAshley Whichelow Utilities Data Analyst
Bourne Leisure Ltd
Caroline HolmanCaroline Holman, FIET, PIEMA, AEMA Senior Manager, Utilities Strategy & Provision
Jaguar Land Rover Limited
Chris BarnesChris Barnes Maintenance & Energy Manager
London South Bank University
Dr Maria Spyrou Energy Efficiency Manager Balfour Beatty KilpatrickDr Maria Spyrou Energy Efficiency Manager
Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick
13:40 -  14:20

ISO 50001: The Pros and Cons of the Standard

2018 sees the release of the latest version of the international standard for Energy Management, ISO 50001. The panel will briefly cover the main changes to the standard, but the main focus will be on what organisations should take into account when considering the certification.

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Amanda Pakes EMEA Product Champion – Energy and GHG British Standards InstitutionAmanda Pakes EMEA Product Champion – Energy and GHG
British Standards Institution
Ben Burggraaf Head of Energy
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water
Dan Fernbank Energy & Sustainability Manager
University of Reading
14:30 -  15:00

The ISO 50001 route to ESOS Compliance

This session will explain the background to a decision to adopt an energy management system to achieve compliance with ESOS, the implementation experience and lessons learnt from this route to compliance.

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Colin TrotmanColin Trotman Head of Engineering
Avara Foods
15:10 -  15:40

Leading by Example in the Public Sector

The role of the public sector leadership in reducing emissions should be key. The presentation will focus on how the public sector, including government, must go further faster, to mobilise action across sectors by setting best practice examples.

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