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The role of energy and carbon mangers is becoming more strategic with skills expanding into stakeholder engagement and investment. The theatre covers a vast range of energy and carbon management strategies and experiences across various sectors, arming you with knowledge and skills to build a robust business case for the investment in energy efficiency measures, operational and embodied carbon offsetting projects.
Wednesday 24th November 2021 | Download Agenda
Alongside the transition to a low-carbon economy, there are powerful trends at play that will reshape the skills needed for businesses today and create labour shortage in the very near future. There is also a need to involve every single part of your business to transition together. This means that converting organisation’s climate strategy into an engaging ambition that colleagues […]More details
The Infrastructure Carbon Review was published in November 2013 with the call to action ‘cut carbon, save cost’. Height years on, and with the UK government committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, progress have been good but not fast enough. Carbon is a good proxy for resource efficiency. Extraction and processing of resources and their subsequent use in construction consumes […]More details
Society of Operation Engineers will host a panel discussion with experts from Atlas Copco, bp and Tarmac, chaired by William Dalrymple, editor of Operations Engineer magazine. The panel will argue that decarbonising industry is among the most difficult challenges of the net zero transition that requires an openness to change and the courage to do things differently. The session will […]More details
Organisations and their leadership teams know they need to act on the climate emergency and several have set ambitious and stretching targets for decarbonisation. However not many have specific actionable plans for deliver decarbonisation and there is a leadership vacuum to drive this. Given decarbonisation is largely a engineering and technology challenge, energy manager have a once in a generation […]More details
Over the past decade, carbon offsetting has become increasingly popular, but it has also become – for a mixture reasons – increasingly controversial. There is also a degree of confusion as to where is the right time and place to deploy a carbon offsetting strategy as part of the armoury of tools on the journey to decarbonisation. At present, carbon […]More details
Thursday 25th November 2021 | Download Agenda
4 solution providers showcasing a broad range of low carbon and energy efficient solutions and services. A unique opportunity to fast explore new technology, systems and services available right now. 10:10 – 10:20 Hark – Sainsbury’s Case Study. Revolutionising Retail – The power of real-time energy visibility for large estates – 24,000 assets, 600+ sites, 100,000 sensors. 10:20 – 10:30 ZTP – An […]More details
Sainsbury’s Case Study. Revolutionising retail – The power of real-time energy visibility for large estates – 24,000 assets, 600+ sites, 100,000 sensors.
Since 2018 we’ve been building a relationship with Sainsbury’s, a major UK retailer who have over 1,400 locations across the country and over 20 million customer transactions per week. Sainsbury’s contacted our team with a specific goal in mind: to gain and increase visibility and control of assets within their estate with regards to their energy usage.More details
Whilst the role of water efficiency in helping us adapt to climate change and changes in future water availability is relatively well understood, the contribution that reducing water consumption can make to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, mitigating further climate change and reaching Net Zero is often overlooked. Do you know how much carbon emissions are associated with your water consumption? […]More details
The Government has now clearly moved to nationalising the energy retail sector, through managing Bulb, via OFGEM special measures. Bulb was an excellent, well run company that was destroyed by the ill thought out price cap, imposed by OFGEM, to meet the Government’s political objectives of cheap energy, regardless of underlying costs. The failure to find another retailer to take […]More details
The Army’s 1 UK Division, headquartered at Imphal Barracks in York recently launched ‘Project Green Rhino’, it’s a portfolio of sustainability initiatives that challenges commanding officers and their military and civilian staff to work together and put environmental sustainability at the heart of unit business. With over 32,000 personnel, 9 brigades and 89 separate establishments, Green Rhino will be the […]More details
Is climate change an important issue for consumers and business leaders? Reaching net zero – awareness, attitudes and tensions? How can professionals activate behaviour change within but also outside their organisation? Jim Needell to discuss attitudes, trends and tensions – views from the public and business leaders on sustainability and the gap between what people say and what they do, including […]More details