Caroline Holman, FIET, PIEMA, AEMA
Caroline is a graduate of Kingston University with 28 years automotive experience covering Process Engineering, Production Management, Supply Chain /Logistics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy & Carbon Management and more recently Facilities Management (Utilities).
Caroline’s role at Jaguar Land Rover sits within the Estates Management (FM) function of Global Property. It involves utilities (power, gas and water) strategy and provision for all sites (Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing) within the portfolio. The role is quite broad from guiding and influencing daily energy management to long term (2025+) policy and strategy.
As well as leading large scale transformational projects including low carbon technologies from feasibility (technical and commercial) to delivery she also acts as an internal consultant on regulatory compliance (ESOS, SECR etc.), government consultations and advising property and operational teams on BREEAM (Energy), Energy Management (ISO50001), whole life cost / impact, resilience (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM), infrastructure optimisation and energy saving investment decisions.
Caroline is a registered mentor with the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) and Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) supporting and coaching young engineers through Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and ultimately professional registration.
Thursday, November 22nd, 2018
Theatre : Renewables, Supply and Storage