From Compliance to Leadership: RBS’s energy management journey

Wednesday 27th November 2019
15:50  -  16:20

Theatre :  Case Studies  Strategy, Regulation & Compliance  T4D1 Presentations 

T4

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 energy usage, the processes for management and reporting.
– How EcoAct and RBS collaborated to develop an operating model which covers their large UK portfolio and that has driven large energy reductions, cost savings and cost avoidance.
– What were the obstacles along the way and how were they tackled?
– Where next, how the bank is driving further innovation in order to become even more energy efficient as it sets its sights on ambitious environmental targets.

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

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