EMEX Energy & Carbon Management Strategy
Wednesday 27th November 2019
How top business leaders are weighing the risks and opportunities that will emerge as the net-zero transition gathers pace. Dr Manfred Rudhart and Lord Redesdale will layout the foundation of the greatest challenges ahead for businesses and policy makers.
We are on the road to net zero and climate activism has never been stronger. This session will focus on how engagement with businesses to use energy solutions as part of their wider sustainability journey has proved successful.
Following the UK government’s plan for carbon neutrality by 2050, many public sector organisations have declared a ‘climate emergency’ to help deliver tangible benefits through local sustainability and environmental projects. This session will focus on the challenges and opportunities that are faced by those tasked by the delivery of the carbon reduction targets on daily basis.
This session will focus on how University energy managers meet increasing expectations to deliver carbon reductions in a large, complex organisation. The panel discussion will focus on the challenges and opportunities faced by energy managers at universities with the Government’s Net Zero target in mind.
Transport for London (TfL), which runs day-to-day operation of the Capital’s public transport network and main roads, has completed a major energy efficiency savings programme at their Palestra office which provides both office accommodation and two critical operational floors for the organisation. This seminar will cover: What the GLA & TfL are doing about Climate Change at a wider level; […]
The session explores the different paths that lead to a career in energy management and what those who have chosen this rewarding career found helpful in their career progression.
It’s relatively easy to do undertake an energy audit, but doing it in a way that makes a lasting impact on the energy consumption performance of an organisation, is a much bigger challenge. In this “master class”, I will share the experience that I gained over the last 15+ years undertaking energy audits and how these audits fit into the […]
In its 5th year, the EMA Awards aim to give prominence to those leading the energy management industry and inspire others to follow in the same footsteps. The EMA will be announcing the winners and highly commended in the following categories. Energy Manager of the Year – Public Sector Energy Manager of the Year – Private Sector Junior Energy Management […]
Thursday 28th November 2019
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 […]
NHS organisations find themselves under increasing financial pressure, and the need to reduce energy spend in order to offer more funding on patient care has never been greater. This panel session will focus on the challenges of energy efficiency in the NHS with a focus on Net Zero services by 2050.
Members of the EMA Board of Directors, under the leadership of the EMA CEO, Lord Redesdale will be discussing the areas of growth and importance that energy managers should be looking out for in 2020.
Energy Management has changed over my 30 years of involvement, from manual data collection and manipulation through to the constant wall of information in the multimedia world. The session will look at the changing landscape of Energy Management, how the tricks of the trade have advanced and how we have to change to understand, influence and improve energy conservation in […]
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.