Full agenda

Wednesday 27th November 2019

The Future of Heat Networks

10:00  -  10:40

As climate change climbs ever higher on the global agenda, we find ourselves in the unenviable situation where the simple process of heating our homes is responsible for almost a quarter of the UK’s carbon emissions. This session will discuss the importance of how, with stringent environmental government targets in place, it’s vital to focus on developing the low-carbon technologies […]

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Charlotte OwenCharlotte Owen Policy Officer
Association for Decentralised Energy
Francis Ugboma islington councilFrancis Ugboma Head of Energy Services
Islington Council
Sam Moore Pinnacle Power LtdSam Moore Business Development Manager
Pinnacle Power

Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting – Compliance Update

10:00  -  10:50

Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) extends reporting requirements to all large UK companies from April 2019. This panel session will cover an update from key stakeholders of the scheme and offer the audience an opportunity to ask questions.

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Gemma BirleyGemma Birley Director
Green Finch Environmental Consulting
Jennifer GuestJennifer Guest Project Director - FRC Taxonomies
Financial Reporting Council
Naomi Rigby, Non-Financial Assurance Specialist, PwCNaomi Rigby Non-Financial Assurance Specialist
PwC UK

Redefining Business Engagement with Energy to Accelerate Sustainable Development

10:20  -  10:50

We are on the road to net zero and climate activism has never been stronger. This session will focus on how engagement with businesses to use energy solutions as part of their wider sustainability journey has proved successful.

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Vincent de RulVincent de Rul Director of Energy Solutions
EDF Energy

Communicating Climate Change

10:30  -  11:15

Leading case study on embedding Climate change into communications. Leading practice in how to communicate climate change in a way that is accessible and relatable to mainstream audiences

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Hannah Phang HuterraHannah Phang Advocacy Manager
Futerra
Richard Smith BBCRichard Smith Sustainability Manager
BBC

Weather data and analytics – Improving the Forecast for Network Operators and Demand Forecasters

10:30  -  11:00
Theatre :  Flexible Power Zone 

Weather data is a critical component of a E&U business and impacts everything from the price of electricity and the load forecast to the performance of infrastructure and the ability to anticipate and respond to outages. When using this data seamlessly combined with multiple types of analytical expertise it can drive smarter insights at scale and in real time. When […]

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Mark Stephens-Row The Weather Company, an IBM BusinessMark Stephens-Row Meteorologist
The Weather Company, an IBM Business

Lighting, Energy and the Environment

10:50  -  11:20

Energy use and our environment are inexorably linked. No matter how hard we try, using innovative efficient new luminaire designs and controls, an installation will always have a carbon footprint. But, how much energy is used in the production of luminaires adding to that carbon footprint? One light can indirectly produce one tonne of CO2 per annum from its energy […]

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Richard Caple ThorluxRichard Caple Lighting Applications Director
Thorlux Lighting

The Nitty-Gritty of SECR Compliance

11:00  -  12:00

This session aims to inform attendees about the background and requirements of SECR and give guidance on how to complete the process effectively within organisations. The session will cover: Scope and background for SECR; Data requirements for both quoted and unquoted companies; Methodology; Intensity Ratio; Reporting requirements.

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SECR Compliance – The Basics

11:00  -  12:00

This session aims to inform attendees about the background and requirements of SECR and give guidance on how to complete the process effectively within organisations. The session will cover: Scope and background of SECR; Data requirements for both quoted and unquoted companies; Creating a Methodology; Intensity Ratio; Reporting requirements.

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Gemma BirleyGemma Birley Director
Green Finch Environmental Consulting
Vassia PaloumbiDr Vassia Paloumbi Sustainability and Energy Management Expert
threeG Sustainability

Delivering Energy Efficiency in the Public Sector

11:00  -  11:45

Following the UK government’s plan for carbon neutrality by 2050, many public sector organisations have declared a ‘climate emergency’ to help deliver tangible benefits through local sustainability and environmental projects. This session will focus on the challenges and opportunities that are faced by those tasked by the delivery of the carbon reduction targets on daily basis.

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Dr Lowell Lewis SHEQ Manager
Coventry City Council
Julia Blackwell, Energy Officer, Huntingdonshire District CouncilJulia Blackwell Energy Officer
Huntingdonshire District Council
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association
Wendi WheelerWendi Wheeler MEI Energy & Carbon Strategy Manager
Network Rail

Embracing the flexible power future with a comprehensive energy strategy

11:30  -  12:00
Theatre :  Flexible Power Zone 

The energy transition is ushering in a new energy landscape, with energy set to be more democratic, decentralised and digitalised than ever before. To negotiate this successfully and take advantage of all of the opportunities that the energy transition provides, businesses need to put in place strategies that will enable their energy profile to thrive both now and in the […]

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A MardapittasDr Alex Mardapittas Chief Executive Officer
Powerstar

Climate Change Adaptation – New International Standard ISO14090 and an ISO/ BSi adaptation and resilience standards update

11:30  -  12:15

ISO 14090 launched in 2019, developed with wide international consensus and as a UK-led global standard. The UK national expert attending the meetings, will talk us through what’s inside ISO 14090 and how ISO 14090 can be used by organisations to create a resilient business now and into the future. We will also in this session hear about related standards […]

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Doogie BlackDoogie Black Director
Climate Sense
Lesley WilsonLesley Wilson Lead Programme Manager
BSI

Changes in Regulation Around Battery Storage

11:30  -  12:10

Recent changes in regulation mean that battery storage will be able to metered separately to the MPAN, boundary meter. This will allow trading the services storage can supply, including grid leveling services, on a new marketplace. This session will explore the changes and how your sites could turn storage into a profit center.

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Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association

Challenges and Opportunities for Cutting Carbon at Universities

11:55  -  12:40

This session will focus on how University energy managers meet increasing expectations to deliver carbon reductions in a large, complex organisation. The panel discussion will focus on the challenges and opportunities faced by energy managers at universities with the Government’s Net Zero target in mind.

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Dan FernbankDan Fernbank Energy & Sustainability Manager
University of Reading
Dewi Day Aberystwyth UniversityDewi Day Sustainability Advisor
Aberystwyth University
Elliot JonesElliot Jones Energy Manager
Keele University
Gillian BrownGillian Brown Energy Manager
University of Glasgow

Energy Management Strategy: from policy to implementation

12:10  -  12:50

This session brings together energy managers who will discuss the challenges and solutions to a successful implementation of an energy management strategy. The panel will offer their views and experiences on defining energy management aims and objectives, and how to formulate implementation plans to deliver energy savings.  

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martin biltonMartin Bilton Engineering Manager (Utilities)
Gatwick Airport
Parthena Exizidou British Antarctic SurveyParthena Exizidou Energy & Carbon Reduction Manager
British Antarctic Survey
Scott ArmstrongScott Armstrong Group Head of Energy and Sustainability
Bourne Leisure Ltd
Victoria LimbrickVictoria Limbrick Energy Manager
Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Batteries Need Batteries: the Case for Energy Storage in EV Charging Infrastructure

12:20  -  12:50

The rapid take-up in electric vehicles (EVs) amongst the general public and company vehicle fleets alike presents a significant challenge for grid infrastructure. Energy storage can and is providing support services to grid-constrained sites across the network in a variety of locations. These solutions can vary in size but don’t necessary need to be megawatt-sized. In fact, batteries of 100s […]

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Danny JonesDanny Jones Managing Director
Off Grid Energy Ltd

Demand Side Response – what next?

12:30  -  13:00
Theatre :  Flexible Power Zone 

With the capacity market recently clearing at 77p/kW there are many market players wondering how they can monetise their assets in a market which only appears to be delivering diminishing returns – so what next? The very need for mechanisms such as the capacity market has derived from the increase in renewables on grid, which in turn has lead to […]

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Louis Fairfax CUB (UK)Louis Fairfax Managing Director
CUB (UK)

Lessons Learnt from the TfL’s Palestra Project

12:50  -  13:20

Transport for London (TfL), which runs day-to-day operation of the Capital’s public transport network and main roads, has completed a major energy efficiency savings programme at their Palestra office which provides both office accommodation and two critical operational floors for the organisation. This seminar will cover: What the GLA & TfL are doing about Climate Change at a wider level; […]

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Quiten BabcockQuinten Babcock Environmental Manager
Transport for London

The case for zero carbon / or achieving zero carbon

13:00  -  13:30

What does being a zero-carbon business actually look like and what are the drivers and challenges businesses are likely to face on the road to achieving a zero-carbon status? This session will talk about the standards and accreditations that can be achieved and how organisations can develop a roadmap for their transition to carbon neutrality.

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Richard Sulley EngieRichard Sulley Senior Energy & Sustainability Manager
ENGIE

The Rise of the Prosumer

13:00  -  13:30

This session will offer an overview of the role the ‘Prosumer’ will have in the decentralisation of energy generation, the technologies involved and the benefits to be had. This includes: creating a stable electricity grid, un-interrupted power to homes, businesses and commercial activity and reducing the national carbon footprint- helping the transition to a zero carbon future.

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Luke Osborne ECALuke Osborne Energy and Emerging Technologies Solutions Advisor
ECA

What Really is SMART?

13:00  -  13:40

The word Smart is likely now the most used sales pitch for anything relating to a building. We are told nearly everything we buy has a smart aspect, whether this is a new TV, a heating system, a washing machine or a car. So what actually is smart? For many years, we as Energy Management professionals have been trying to […]

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Gillian BrownGillian Brown Energy Manager
University of Glasgow

Career Path in Energy Management: Lessons Learnt

13:30  -  14:15

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

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Joanna Marshall-CookJoanna Marshall-Cook Senior Sustainability Manager
University College London
Joel Kirby Celtic Manor GroupJoel Kirby Energy and Environmental Manager
The Celtic Manor Resort
Mohammad RafiqueMohammad Rafique Energy and Environment Officer
Surrey Police
Rhea Campbell-SmithRhea Campbell-Smith Sustainability Coordinator
Bourne Leisure
Suki GillilandSuki Gilliland Networks Energy Manager
Vodafone

Using Data to Create an Energy Efficient Estate

13:40  -  14:10

How better building management and a data-led approach enabled LSH and 4D Monitoring to deliver portfolio-wide energy savings and drive down operational costs. In 2017, Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) partnered with 4D Monitoring to deploy smart building technology across its managed property portfolio, in order to reduce energy consumption and increase operating efficiencies. The scheme has been driven by LSH […]

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Colin Will 4D MonitoringColin Wills CEO
4D Monitoring
Frances Byron Lambert Smith HamptonFrankie Bryon Senior Sustainability Surveyor
Lambert Smith Hampton

Future trends and challenges in Cooling

13:45  -  14:30

Cooling is central to health, prosperity and recreation, however most cooling is currently energy intensive and uses highly polluting F-gases. As the population continues to boom, the planet warms and incomes rise, the demand for cooling is ever-increasing. In this session, we’ll hear from leading experts on the growing challenge and the solutions both globally and here in the UK.

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Dan Hamza-GoodacreDan Hamza-Goodacre, FIEMA Executive Director, K-CEP
ClimateWorks Foundation
Professor toby petersProf Toby Peters Professor in Cold Economy
University of Birmingham

Organisational Waste Management: what to consider

13:50  -  14:20

Given the recent surge of interest around the plastic waste, there is now an active interest in waste management and how we go about achieving change. Most energy managers will be aware that waste management can be tackled through reduction, reuse and recycling.  However, what does it mean in practice, how can it be achieved, and does it mean that […]

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Gordon WalkerGordon Walker Environmental Manager
Northern Powergrid

Energy Auditing – All you want to know to make a lasting impact

14:30  -  15:30

It’s relatively easy to do undertake an energy audit, but doing it in a way that makes a lasting impact on the energy consumption performance of an organisation, is a much bigger challenge. In this “master class”, I will share the experience that I gained over the last 15+ years undertaking energy audits and how these audits fit into the […]

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Ben Burggraaf Head of Energy
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

GHG accounting – are all tonnes of carbon the same?

14:45  -  15:30
Matthew BranderDr Matthew Brander Senior Lecturer in Carbon Accounting
University of Edinburgh
Kirin Patel DHL Supply ChainKirit Patel Environment Manager
DHL Supply Chain – Mainland Europe, Middle-East & Africa
Lucy CandlinLucy Candlin Carbon Accounting
University of Edinburgh

Is Demand Response the key to delivering Net-Zero?

15:00  -  15:30
Theatre :  Flexible Power Zone 

The net-zero era is upon us. Climate anxiety has increased, school children and employees are compelled to strike and, more than ever, global governments are under scrutiny for their environmental and energy policies. In this session, Mark Davis discusses one of the key technologies required to achieve net-zero: demand response. We’ll look at the system as it stands today, and […]

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Mark DavisMark Davis Director UK & Ireland
GridBeyond

Corporate PPAs -The Risks, Issues and Opportunities

15:00  -  15:40

The Corporate PPA market is growing, with total of 13.4 GW of Corporate PPAs signed globally in 2018 (more than double the previous year). This trend is set to continue as corporations continue to be increasingly conscious about managing their energy needs and procuring electricity directly from renewable sources to lower their carbon footprint. This session will focus on the […]

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Mike PedleyDr Mike Pedley Independent Consultant
Matteo Deidda - Vodafone1Matteo Deidda Networks Energy Manager
Vodafone
Zosia RiesnerZosia Riesner Head of Corporate PPA
Lightsource BP

The Benefits and Pitfalls of ISO 50001 Certification

15:10  -  15:40

This presentation will focus on the benefits and pitfalls of implementation and certification of ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems. The first part of the presentation will provide an overview of what ISO 50001 is and the benefits to organisations of effective implementation and certification, particularly with regards to improved energy performance, stronger senior management buy-in, meeting CSR targets and meeting […]

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Kirin Patel DHL Supply ChainKirit Patel Environment Manager
DHL Supply Chain – Mainland Europe, Middle-East & Africa
Terry Coyle SGSTerry Coyle UK Product Manager for Energy Management Systems
SGS United Kingdom Ltd

EMA Energy Management Awards 2019

15:40  -  17:00

In its 5th 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 – Public Sector Energy Manager of the Year – Private Sector Junior Energy Management […]

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Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association

Sustainable finance – key developments in this field. New guidance from IEMA and new developing British Standards

15:45  -  16:30

What do we as professionals need to know? This session will provide an introduction to this increasingly relevant and important topic. Greg Chant Hall will provide an overview of Sustainable finance, as an introduction on some of the most important terms and concepts. Paul Pritchard will provide perspectives on key developments underway including new standards and related developments such as […]

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Greg Chant HallGreg Chant-Hall, FIEMA COO
Carbon Free Group

From Compliance to Leadership: RBS’s energy management journey

15:50  -  16:20

This session will provide insight into the energy management journey of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and how they have progressed from a desire to improve systems and reduce costs, to achieving savings into £millions and setting ambitious energy and climate targets. The topic will cover: – How a data-driven approach to energy management enabled significant efficiencies in both […]

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Lesley Holloway RBSLesley Holloway Energy & Environment Manager
The Royal Bank of Scotland
Lindsay VentressLindsay Ventress Service Line Lead – Energy
EcoAct

Thursday 28th November 2019

Energy Saving with VSDs in a Digital Age

10:00  -  10:30

Variable speed drives are celebrating their 50th birthday this year. While the fundamental principle of a VSD remains the same – to regulate the speed of an AC induction motor – unsurprisingly the technology has moved on. So much so that practically every job function with an interest in the energy bill of a company can benefit from a VSD. […]

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Steve Hughes ABBSteve Hughes Digital Lead – Motion
ABB Ltd

SECR Compliance – What To Look Out For!

10:00  -  10:50

Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) extends reporting requirements to all large UK companies from April 2019. This panel session will cover the background and requirements of SECR and the panel will discuss their respective experiences with the new scheme. The aim of the session is to help attendees to understand any issues they may face as well as opportunities […]

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andy creamerAndy Creamer Energy Manager
Mapeley Estates Ltd
Bowness Chris - FES FMChris Bowness Senior Energy Manager
FES Limited
Jessica HarrisJessica Harris Senior Energy and Carbon Consultant
Envantage Ltd
Keith Maloney Managing Director
Maloney Associates Ltd
Vassia PaloumbiDr Vassia Paloumbi Sustainability and Energy Management Expert
threeG Sustainability

Proving the Business Case for Implementing Energy Saving Improvements

10:20  -  10:50

Having identified energy saving opportunities through ESOS or any other energy audit, energy managers often struggle to make the financial case for implementing the improvements. But inaction has a significant cost. Doing nothing ignores the stresses to the organisation caused by rising energy prices; the increased costs associated with growth; the fact that any money saved could be turned to […]

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jes rutter jpr solutionsJes Rutter Managing Director
JRP Solutions

The Role of EVs in the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy Mix

11:30  -  12:00

This session will focus on the role of EVs in the energy mix as the UK transitions towards net zero.

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Phil ValarinoPhil Valarino EV Lead
EDF Energy

Your Emergency Briefing – Declaring a Climate Emergency and driving transformative change

11:30  -  12:15

We are living in a period of unprecedented climate concern, with many organisations declaring Climate Emergencies. What do these mean in practice and how can we as professionals use this concept either directly or to supportively engage. This session will hear from leading professionals and their experience and the case study use of declarations for an NHS Foundation Trust, a […]

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James Dixon Head of Sustainability at The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustJames Dixon Head of Sustainability
The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Jason LightJason Light Strategy Lead - Environment
Eastleigh Borough Council

Energy Management in the NHS: From Strategy to Implementation

11:40  -  12:20

NHS organisations find themselves under increasing financial pressure, and the need to reduce energy spend in order to offer more funding on patient care has never been greater. This panel session will focus on the challenges of energy efficiency in the NHS with a focus on Net Zero services by 2050.

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Fiona Daly NHSFiona Daly Sustainability and EFM Workforce Lead
NHS Improvement
Kathryn Dapre NHSKathryn Dapré Head of Energy and Sustainability
NHS National Services Scotland
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association

The Impact of ESOS

11:50  -  12:30

With the final date for compliance with ESOS Phase 2 and submitting notifications fast approaching, this session will include an update on the scheme from the Environment Agency. The update will follow a discussion with ESOS Lead Assessors around ESOS Phase 1, the outcomes of the Environment Agency’s compliance audits and expectations from Phase 2.

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daniel shanleyDaniel Shanley Low Carbon Consultant
Stopford Energy and Environment
Mike Denbigh - EAMike Denbigh Senior Technical Advisor
Environment Agency
Paul ReddingPaul Redding Director
Redding Associates Ltd
Sam ArjeSam Arje Group Energy and Sustainability Manager
Bourne Leisure

Beyond Compliance – how do we deliver high performance?

12:40  -  13:20

In a world dominated by compliance and tick box exercises how do we deliver high performance and what does this mean? Different stakeholders perceive this differently from the asset managers who want high rentable values and low void times to the tenants who want high quality space at low rents and then occupiers who want a comfortable and well equipped […]

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Chris Mayhew British SugarChris Mayhew Operations Improvement Manager – Energy
British Sugar
Andy LewryDr Andy Lewry Senior Technical Associate
Focus FM
Julie Hogarth JLLJulie Hogarth Head of Sustainability
Regent Street Management Direct – JLL
Michael Nagle - Utilities Manager, Luton AirportMichael Nagle Utilities Manager
London Luton Airport

The road to Carbon Zero – A customer journey

13:00  -  13:30

With pressure mounting on organisations to make the transition to zero carbon, Wakefield Council has declared a climate emergency and is working with energy and services group, ENGIE, to achieve its target of becoming a carbon-neutral organisation by 2030. This session will discuss ENGIE and the Council’s journey on the road to carbon neutrality and the approach taken to meet […]

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Graham Oxley ENGIEGraham Oxley Managing Director of Energy with Services
ENGIE
kevin FisherKevin Fisher Service Manager
Wakefield Council

Strategic Partnerships That Lead To Savings – How Important Is Data?

13:20  -  14:00

This session will discuss how an improved collaboration between Energy Managers, BMS Engineers and incumbent M&E teams can lead to a more efficient operation of buildings. The discussion will focus on BMS operational data and how to effectively use them to achieve greater savings.

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Smart Electric Urban Logistics (SEUL)

13:30  -  14:00

This presentation will give an overview of UPS’ central London fleet electrification project and the smart charging solution UK Power Networks Services implemented. UK Power Networks Services has designed, developed, and implemented a smart electric vehicle charging system, integrating energy storage and active network management, to power UPS’s central London delivery fleet for what is believed to be the first […]

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Claire Thompson-Sage, Sustainable Develoment Co-ordinator, UPSClaire Thompson-Sage Sustainable Development Co-ordinator
UPS Ltd
Jonathan Bassett - Technology and Innovation Consultant, UK Power Networks ServicesJonathan Bassett Technology & Innovation Consultant
UK Power Networks Services

Strategic Partnerships That Lead To Savings – How Important Is Data?

13:30  -  14:10

This session will discuss how an improved collaboration between Energy Managers, BMS Engineers and incumbent M&E teams can lead to a more efficient operation of buildings. The discussion will focus on BMS operational data and how to effectively use them to achieve greater savings.

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Daniel HarveyDaniel Harvey Building Technology Specialist
Intech Controls Ltd
Derek Martin - Focus FMDerek Martin Divisional Director
Focus FM
Jonathan Candy Mitie SustainabilityJonathon Candy Energy Manager
Mitie Sustainability

Can you Teach an old Energy Manager New Tricks?

13:50  -  14:20

Energy Management has changed over my 30 years of involvement, from manual data collection and manipulation through to the constant wall of information in the multimedia world. The session will look at the changing landscape of Energy Management, how the tricks of the trade have advanced and how we have to change to understand, influence and improve energy conservation in […]

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Chris Mayhew British SugarChris Mayhew Operations Improvement Manager – Energy
British Sugar

The Future of the UK’s Environmental Governance

14:00  -  14:45
Martin BaxterMartin Baxter Chief Policy Advisor
IEMA
Nick Molho Alderstgate GroupNick Molho Executive Director
Aldersgate Group
Simon EvansSimon Evans Deputy Editor and Policy Editor
Carbon Brief

Energy Reducing Strategies: How London Luton Airport achieved significant energy savings through optimising their HVAC systems

14:10  -  14:40

The number of passengers flying from London Luton Airport is at an all-time high. To ensure their passengers had a comfortable and safe climate to travel in, quick and drastic measures were needed to improve the performance of the current HVAC system. The result, better indoor air quality, better climate, reduction in their energy consumption and less environmental impact (Co2 emissions). […]

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Michael Nagle - Utilities Manager, Luton AirportMichael Nagle Utilities Manager
London Luton Airport
Tony WrightTony Wright Divisional Director of Upgrade
ebm-papst UK Ltd

Implementing Energy Performance Contracts: Successes and Pitfalls

14:20  -  14:50

Over the past 5 years, NHS Scotland has implemented three major Energy Performance Contracts across its estate with an overall capital value in excess of £30million. Each project has faced its own unique challenges and although all have been ultimately successful, the journeys have been very different. This session will look at the realities of implementing Energy Performance Contracts – […]

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Kathryn Dapre NHSKathryn Dapré Head of Energy and Sustainability
NHS National Services Scotland

Energy Management Trends 2020: What to Expect Next Year

14:30  -  15:30

Members of the EMA Board of Directors, under the leadership of the EMA CEO, Lord Redesdale will be discussing the areas of growth and importance that energy managers should be looking out for in 2020.

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David Mason Senior Sustainability Manager at SkanskaDavid Mason Environment Technical Director
Skanska
Julia Blackwell, Energy Officer, Huntingdonshire District CouncilJulia Blackwell Energy Officer
Huntingdonshire District Council
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association
Robert WilliamsRobert Williams General Manager - Procurement
BT

Climate Change: Corporate Outlook

14:45  -  15:45
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale CEO
Energy Managers Association
Nick Molho Alderstgate GroupNick Molho Executive Director
Aldersgate Group
Simon Bimpson Managing Director ArcadisSimon Bimpson Managing Director - Water, Energy and Utilities
Arcadis

The UK’s First Zero Energy Cost Business Park – five years on

15:30  -  16:00

In 2013 we built the UK’s first zero energy cost business park, called Armstrong Point. At the time it was a speculative industrial property development, which incorporated 12 low and zero carbon technologies, built to BREEAM Outstanding and it achieved A+ Energy Performance Certificates. This session will review the issues of building with low and zero carbon technologies and highlight […]

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Dave ArmstrongDave Armstrong Managing Director
Great Minds Property Group

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