Energy Management Trends 2020: What to Expect Next Year

Thursday 28th November 2019
12:30  -  13:30

Theatre :  Best Practice, Career and Training  T1D2 Presentations 

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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.

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

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