Strategic Partnerships That Lead To Savings – How Important Is Data?

Thursday 28th November 2019
13:30  -  14:10

Theatre :  Strategy, Regulation & Compliance 

T4

This session will discuss how an improved collaboration between Energy Managers, BMS Engineers and incumbent M&E teams can lead to a more efficient operation of buildings. The discussion will focus on BMS operational data and how to effectively use them to achieve greater savings.

Daniel HarveyDaniel Harvey Building Technology Specialist
Intech Controls Ltd
Derek Martin - Focus FMDerek Martin Divisional Director
Focus FM
Jonathan Candy Mitie SustainabilityJonathon Candy Energy Manager
Mitie Sustainability
Thomas ParrottTom Parrott Head of Energy & Sustainability
University of Surrey

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