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Energy Efficiency Conference 2016

13 January 2016
09.00 - 17.00
City/Town
London, UK
Venue
Ashurst, Broadwalk House
5 Appold Street
London EC2A 2DA
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Summary

Successfully managing energy demand in the workplace requires a vast skill set: data analyst, behavioural psychologist, architect and designer and project manager. Not to mention a good grasp of the changing legislative landscape.

This conference will look at the lifecycle of an energy efficient project, enabling delegates to accelerate the delivery of their own projects to form a sustainable and scalable energy-efficient business strategy. 

Programme
Energy Efficiency 2016 is your first opportunity to meet with industry regulators, legislators, utility suppliers and fellow energy managers to debrief on the process of completing ESOS compliance period one, following its December deadline.

Talks, case studies and group discussion will give you the chance to feedback your thoughts, and to hear from others, on the challenges of carrying out this mandatory assessment, and what impact it will have on achieving our waste reduction targets. 

Delegates can also reflect on the outcomes of the COP21 climate change agreements, and what effect this will have on policy, regulation, finance, technologies, and wider deployment, for improving the productivity and profitability of energy efficiency in the UK.

Wednesday 13 January 2016

09.00     Registration

09.30     Welcome from the chair
             Dr Steven Fawkes CEng FEI, Founder and Principal, Energy Pro 

Policy driving energy efficiency projects

09.35     Update on government policy – what is the strategy for business energy?
             Paul van Heyningen, ‎ Deputy Director, Industrial Energy Use, DECC

10.00     EU developments for Transport sector
             Conor Molloy, Principal Consultant, Authentic; Chair, EU Transport Energy Management

10.25     EU strategies for increasing energy efficiency take up
             Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, City University and Honorary President, ESTA

10.50     Refreshments

Financing energy efficiency projects

11.10      Update on the Investor Confidence Project
              Dr Steven Fawkes CEng FEI, Founder and Principal, Energy Pro 

11.25      Gaining finance for your project
              Myles McCarthy, Managing Director of Implementation Services, Carbon Trust 

Ensuring compliance from the outset 

11.50     ISO 14001 revision – what it means for business
             Lesley Wilson, Lead Programme Manager – Sustainability, BSI

12.15     A case study on implementing ISO14001

12.40     Lunch

Ensuring compliance from the outset

13.40     ESOS – where are we now?
             Jo Scully, ESOS Project Manager, Environment Agency

14.05     ESOS implementation case study
             Dan Hubbard MEI Chartered Energy Manager, ESOS Lead Assessor

14.30     Skills for effective energy management
             Sarah Beacock FEI, Skills and Capability Director, Energy Institute 

14.55     Refreshments

Closing the gap – delivering results

15.10     Understanding behaviour to drive change
             Dr Phillipa Coan, Business Psychologist & Environmental Behaviour Change Consultant, Stride

15.35     A wider consideration of energy data and its link with behavioural aspects
             John Leonard MEI Chartered Energy Manager, Wessex Water 

16.00     Improving your operating costs by seeing when and where you spend money on energy
             Ben Murphy, Founder and Managing Director, MeasureMyEnergy

16.25     Closing remarks from the chair

16.30     End of conference

Thursday 14 January 2016

Behaviour Change WorkshopDelegates will also have the opportunity to participate in a one-day interactive workshop on 14 January 2016 that will focus on behavioural psychology and its potential to positively affect energy management. Find out more here

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About Ashurst
Ashurst is a leading international law firm advising corporates, financial institutions and governments. Our core businesses are in corporate, finance, dispute resolution, and the development and financing of assets in the energy, resources and infrastructure sectors.

We have 27 offices in 16 countries and a best-friend referral relationship with an Indian law firm. With over 420 partners and 1,450 lawyers in total, we offer the international insight of a global network combined with local market knowledge.

Ashurst operates at the heart of the global energy industry, providing a comprehensive service across the entire energy value chain. Our specialist team of lawyers are dedicated to, and work exclusively with businesses operating in these markets. We work on high-profile projects and transactions in the global oil and gas, mining, power, nuclear and renewables industries, and are recognised for our ability to deliver on complex, market-first transactions. For further information, please visit: www.ashurst.com

Registration
This is a low-investment, high-return opportunity for you to enhance your skills and knowledge of energy management for business, and includes CPD from the Energy Institute. 

The fees per day for the conference and workshop are:

•  EI/British Psychological Society member          £65.00 (£78.00 inc.VAT)
•  EI Company member                                       £105.00 (£126.00 inc.VAT)
•  Non-member                                                   £230.00  (£276.00 inc.VAT)

Book both events and receive 20% off the total cost. 

•  Book your attendance at the Energy Efficiency Conference here
•  Book your attendance at the Behaviour Change Workshop here

Alternatively, you can complete the form below and return it to Francesca Ferrari.

Fees
EI Individual member
£ 65.00 (£ 78.00 inc. VAT)Join now...
Non member £ 230.00 (£ 276.00 inc. VAT)
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