Implementing Energy Performance Contracts: Successes and Pitfalls

Thursday 28th November 2019
14:20  -  14:50

Theatre :  Strategy, Regulation & Compliance 

T4

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 – what’s required from the contracting organisation, what can go wrong, and how you can ensure success.

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

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