Proving the Business Case for Implementing Energy Saving Improvements

Thursday 28th November 2019
10:20  -  10:50

Theatre :  Best Practice, Career and Training  T1D2 Presentations 

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Having identified energy saving opportunities through ESOS or any other energy audit, energy managers often struggle to make the financial case for implementing the improvements. But inaction has a significant cost. Doing nothing ignores the stresses to the organisation caused by rising energy prices; the increased costs associated with growth; the fact that any money saved could be turned to profit or used to invest elsewhere in the business and the social gains of reduced the environmental impact.

This session will show how energy managers can make a compelling business case for implementing improvements identified. Dr Gavin Milligan, a sustainability professional with a successful career as a director in the food production industry, will be joining Jes to share his experience.

Dr Gavin MilliganDr Gavin Milligan Director of ESG
William Jackson Food Group
jes rutter jpr solutionsJes Rutter Managing Director
JRP Solutions

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