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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust’s Carbon Reduction Journey

Our aim is to match the global Climate Change Act targets set out in the NHS Long Term Plan, with a reduction in carbon footprint of 57% by 2025 from a 2007 base year and ultimately net zero by 2050. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust provides acute and specialist care for around a million and a half people every year. […]

What Not to Do… In Energy Procurement

Energy management professionals usually define themselves as ‘wearing many hats’, which makes the profession interesting and dynamic but also requires an all-round knowledge and experience in key subjects. Whilst there is a plethora of information available out there in each topic, there are only so many hours in the day that can be devoted to reading and research. Have you […]

Local Energy Systems and EV Fleets

Whilst UK business has more than halved greenhouse gas emissions between 1990 and 2017, transport emissions have remained stubbornly high, now accounting for the largest share of the UK’s emissions. Internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle efficiency has improved in this time, but this has not been enough to offset the increase in road traffic1. We therefore need an alternative technology, […]

The New Re:fit 4 Framework: Getting the Public Sector to Net-Zero

The new Re:fit 4 energy performance contracting framework has just been launched. The Re:fit energy performance contract framework may offer your team a unique opportunity to make a step change in the operational and value for money performance of your entire asset base. At Local Partnerships, Rachel Toresen-Owuor is responsible for the national Re:fit programme, outside of London. Rachel Toresen-Owuor […]

Career in Energy Management – Kirsty Rice Environmental Manager at JTI UK

An Interview with an EMA Recognised Energy Manager What made you choose environment and energy management as a career? I became interested in the environment in my teenage years and went on to do a BSC in Environmental Science and Technology. My career just developed from there. I’ve spent time working as an Environmental Projects Manager, an Energy Specialist and […]

Science-Based Targets: the Pros and Cons

Nowadays, setting a science-based target (SBT) could be counted as an influencer amongst senior management. There are several options how a target can be set and the EMA members share their experience of setting their target and describe the stages of considering, preparing and committing to SBTs in their organisations. Seeking an approval for energy efficiency projects and campaigns from […]

Energy Management Trends for 2020

We are entering the new decade with an increased importance of the energy management industry, heightened awareness of the climate change and emergence of new energy reduction technologies. 2020 is promising to be an exciting year, and following a recent membership survey, here are some of the EMA members’ views on what to look out for. Michael Blades – Energy […]

End Users Could Benefit from Avoiding £80m of Wasted Energy

2.9% of all energy generated in Europe gets wasted through transformer losses. That’s enough to power Denmark for three years. In the UK, network losses account for 1.5% of the CO2 emissions. 25% of which are caused by distribution transformers. This raises two questions, who pays for this wasted energy and what can we do avoid these losses? The first […]

The EMA Awards 2019 winners are…

The EMA Energy Management Awards were launched in 2015 with the aim to recognise and celebrate outstanding work in the energy management and sustainability industry. Every year the EMA Awards attract entries from dedicated and passionate individuals and teams who give us the opportunity to celebrate the exceptional achievements and talent in our industry.  The 2019 winners and highly commended […]

Career in Energy Management – Matteo Deidda, Networks Energy Manager at Vodafone

The Energy Managers Association aims to encourage and enable more professionals to enter the world of energy management and environmental roles. Being an energy manager may not seem like the most obvious career for many. The EMA has taken on a challenge of changing the perception of energy management, by raising the sector’s profile and sharing its members’ – leading […]

The Highs and Lows of Being an Energy Manager

The role of an Energy Manager is varied and requires many skills. You can be office based one day and visiting a plant room the next; every day can bring its challenges and victories. We have asked the Members of the EMA Board of Directors about their ups and downs of working in energy management. Scott Armstrong – Group Head […]

Industrial Heat Recovery Support (IHRS) Programme

There are two more application windows left for the Government’s Industrial Heat Recovery Support (IHRS) Programme supporting energy efficiency and industrial decarbonisation measures.  The £18m programme has been specifically designed to encourage and support manufacturing and data centre industry investment in heat recovery technologies across England and Wales. This means helping businesses of any size to identify and invest in […]

Practical guide to Fleet Management

The need for an effective grey fleet and transport management has once again increased last year with the UK Government’s Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting regulation.  Yet, not all organisations make it imperative to manage their and their employees’ use of vehicles which offers a solution to improving their fuel consumption, eliminating associated costs and reducing environmental impact.  Whilst, the […]

The EMA Magazine I March-April 2020

Welcome to the spring edition of The EMA Magazine. In this issue we have a wide range of informative and topical subjects including Science Based Targets (SBTs), procurement and energy management within the National Health Service (NHS). Once you have absorbed and pontificated over all those acronyms, their meanings and applications, I would suggest moving to an excellent and engaging […]

The EMA Magazine I January-February 2020

Welcome to the first issue of The EMA Magazine in 2020. Last year’s climate change demonstrations and the Government’s commitment to a ‘Net Zero’ emissions target by 2050 brought the importance of energy management to the forefront for many organisations. We saw organisations declaring climate emergencies, setting ambitious targets and many Boards finally taking notice and questioning their corporate responsibilities […]

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