Masterclass: Do we have too much data?

Thursday 28th November 2019
14:20  -  15:00

Theatre :  Best Practice, Career and Training  T1D2 Presentations 

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This session will question the common pitfalls of data analysis and offer practical steps towards maximising the savings that can be achieved from the effective use of data.

The session will offer insights from the EMA course on ‘Turning Data into Energy Savings’ and focus on data requirements and the different ways to deliver real measurable savings.

richard feldgateRichard Felgate Director
Hospitality Energy Saving

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