Energy Managers for the future

Wednesday 24th November 2021

Theatre :  Behaviour Change  Energy & Carbon Management Strategy 

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Organisations and their leadership teams know they need to act on the climate emergency and several have set ambitious and stretching targets for decarbonisation.

However not many have specific actionable plans for deliver decarbonisation and there is a leadership vacuum to drive this.

Given decarbonisation is largely a engineering and technology challenge, energy manager have a once in a generation opportunity to lead this effort.

From Energy Managers to Energy Leaders

  • Technology
  • Teamwork
  • Communications
  • Financial Acumen
  • Project Management

There is a risk that if we all in the profession don’t act with a sense of urgency this unprecedented opportunity might be missed.

Let us reflect on the implications, share our experience and take personal actions from this panel discussion.

Amy Blackwell Sustainability and Environment Manager Aston Manor CiderAmy Blackwell Sustainability and Environment Manager
Aston Manor Cider
Beatriz Valdes, Networks Energy Manager at Vodafone UKBeatriz Valdes Networks Energy Manager
Vodafone UK
Ian Beynon Head of Energy at Royal MailIan Beynon Head of Energy
Royal Mail Property & Facilities Solutions
Pradyumna PanditPradyumna Pandit Managing Director, Sustainability and Energy Services
Mitie

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