From cost-effective technology upgrades and on-site solutions through to effective behaviour change and employee engagement campaigns, the energy management role has become a highly complex and diverse one for organisations large and small.

Is your focus on delivering savings, reducing footprints or ensuring security of supply? What is the best energy management option based on your organisation’s overarching sustainability strategy? And how do you convince people that investing in energy efficiency now will bring significant financial and environmental rewards in the future?

The 6th annual edie Energy Management Conference will seek to answer all of these questions and more to bring you an end-to-end overview of successful energy management. Our expert speakers will be on-hand to evaluate the ever-changing energy policy landscape; assess the power of integrating people and products, and analyse the potential business benefits of emerging solutions such as energy storage and demand response.

Attend this CPD-certified conference to hear insight on:

· The impacts of emerging solutions such as energy storage and demand response
· Strategies to demonstrate ROI and break down barriers to change
· The power of people and behaviour change in achieving energy efficiency >
· Ways to implement innovation to de-risk your energy strategy and cut costs

Expert speakers include:

· Gary Shanahan, Head, business energy tax and reporting, BEIS
· Tim Sullivan, Director, energy & property compliance, Rolls-Royce
· Barry Townsend, Purchasing director, Interface
· Andrew Griffiths, Head of environmental sustainability, Nestlé
· Jude Hughes, Environment and energy manager, NIBSC
· Will Handford, Hydro energy specialist, National Trust
· Adam Garbutt, Group energy manager, Travis Perkins Group
· Wendi Wheeler, Energy and carbon strategy manager, Network Rail
· Dan Widdon, Sustainability manager, Value Retail
· Michael Dickinson, Engineering manager, Saint-Gobain

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