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Energy Behaviour Change Workshop 2017

30 March 2017
09.00 - 17.00
City/Town
London, UK
Venue
Energy Institute
61 New Cavendish Street
London W1G 7AR
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Summary

A workshop on reducing energy and carbon through behaviour change.

This workshop will build on the conversation had around energy behaviour change the day before at the Energy Efficiency Conference 2017, and will focus in more detail on the latest behaviour change techniques and solutions.

Behaviour change is a key area of opportunity in the energy and carbon reduction challenge. It is the real lever to better energy management, and offers huge potential in our efforts to reduce energy usage.

This workshop will provide the opportunity to learn, share and collaborate on:

  • the latest behaviour change techniques and ideas,
  • solutions to energy behaviour challenges,
  • frameworks for implementing a successful behaviour change strategy.

It aims to give you the ideas and tools needed to apply the most relevant behaviour change strategies across your organisation – to significantly reduce your energy use and thus cut operational costs.

The main target audience is large end-users of energy, but will also be relevant to energy managers and consultants, as well as behaviour change specialists and psychologists.

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Programme

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09.00   Registration and refreshments
09.30   Opening remarks and introduction to the 100-day challenge idea
• James Brittain CEng MEI, Founding Director and Consultant, The Discovery Mill
• Dr Phillipa Coan, Business Psychologist and Behaviour Change Consultant, STRIDE
09.45   Roundtable discussions:
Key end-user challenges to address
10.55   Refreshments
11.15   Speed sharing round 1:
Energy management professionals' four big ideas for top-level challenges
• James Brittain CEng MEI, Founding Director and Consultant, The Discovery Mill
• Eur Ing John Mulholland CEng MEI CSci, Founder & Principal Consultant, Mulholland Energy Solutions
• Jes Rutter, Managing Director, JRP Solutions
• Haydn Young, Director, GAIA
12.00   Group discussion:
How do these ‘Big Ideas’ map onto the challenges identified?
12.40   Lunch
13.30   Speed sharing round 2:
Psychologists’ four big ideas for top-level challenges

• Dr Phillipa Coan, Business Psychologist and Behaviour Change Consultant, STRIDE
• Dr Sally Russell, Associate Professor Business, Organisations and Sustainability, University of Leeds

• Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, Cardiff University
• Liz Swinstead CPsychol, Principal Consultant, Arup
14.15   Group discussion:
How do these ‘Big Ideas’ map onto the challenges identified?
14.50   Refreshments
15.10   Roundtable discussions:
100-day challenge approaches
16.00   Closing comments
• James Brittain CEng MEI, Founding Director and Consultant, The Discovery Mill
• Dr Phillipa Coan, Business Psychologist and Behaviour Change Consultant, STRIDE
16.10   End of the workshop

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Registration information

Registration rates

  • EI Member - £80+VAT
  • Company Member - £150+VAT*
  • Non Member - £230+VAT

Delegates can save 20% on their registration costs when booking for both the Energy Efficiency Conference 2017, taking place on 29 March, and this Energy behaviour change workshop, taking place on 30 March*.

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is now fully subscribed. If you are interested in being added to a cancellation list please contact Francesca Ferrari at e: fferrari@energyinst.org, t: +44 (0)20 7467 7192.

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Energy Efficiency Conference 2017
29 March, Energy Institute, London W1G 7AR

Delegates can also attend the Energy Efficiency Conference 2017, which takes place the day before this workshop on 29 March. 

Speakers will discuss energy efficiency policy and legislation, best practice in energy systems and standards, as well as the latest thinking in approaches to behaviour change. Find out more.

A 20% discount is offered when you book for both events*. 

To book for both events with a 20% discount, or if you are a Company Member, you will need to book using the PDF booking form, which you can download here

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Attached documents

Energy Efficiency 2017 booking form (PDF 208 Kb) [Show summary]

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