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Energy efficiency: what do we need to scale it up?

23 January 2013
09.00 - 17.00
Energy Institute
61 New Cavendish Street
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Development and implementation of a UK energy efficiency strategy is an essential part of the energy future.

The rising cost of energy provides a real incentive to consumers, both domestic and
commercial, to increase energy efficiency. However, price alone cannot drive the optimisation of energy consumption. To achieve ambitious policy aspirations, energy efficiency deployment has to be massively scaled up. This conference examines the barriers and the necessary preconditions to achieving this, as well as progress to date including the Energy Efficiency Deployment Office (EEDO) strategy.

This event is now full. We are operating a waiting list and if you would like to attend please contact Gemma Wilkinson,

Confirmed speakers and topics

Peter Boyd
, Chair, Energy Efficiency Deployment Office (EEDO)
EEDO’s strategy

Professor Paul Ekins FEI, Director, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, University College London
How do we measure progress?

Steven Fawkes CEng FEI, Chairman, Day One Energy Solutions
What are the enabling conditions to achieve scale up?

Martin Fry CEng FEI, President, ESTA and Chairman, BSI Energy Management Standards Committee
Energy Audits and the EC’s Energy Efficiency Directive

Nick Katz, Real Estate Owner, Honest Buildings
Building demand in the commercial sector

David Kennedy, Chief Executive, Committee on Climate Change
UK Policy

Alex Marshall, Sustainability Engineer, Sefaira
Intuition and Insight in the built environment: How software modelling bridges the skills gap in energy efficient design

Kit Oung MEI, Author of "Energy Management in Business", Member of BSI Energy and Environmental Committees
Energy Management and ISO 50001

Marcia Poletti, Deputy Head Green Deal Demand Team, DECC
How will the Green Deal build demand in the residential sector?
Dr Bayju Thakar, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Day One Energy Solutions
Revising the ESCO model

Andrew Warren FEI, Director, Association for the Conservation of Energy
Challenging current assumptions – what really needs to be done?

Sarah Williamson Atkins, EMEA Commercial Director, Sefaira
Intuition and Insight in the built environment: How software modelling bridges the skills gap in energy efficient design

Hilary Wood, Operations Director, Energy Efficiency Verification Specialists (EEVS)
The need to build capacity in measuring and verification

Who should attend?

Energy Managers
CEO/Managing Directors
Facilities/Building Services Managers
Environmental Managers
Sustainability/CSR Managers
Contractors and Consultants working in the sustainability and energy efficiency sphere
Finance Managers

Supporting organisations



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Attached documents

Energy efficiency programme and booking form (PDF 991 Kb) [Show summary]

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