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Cost-Saving Energy Efficiencies Conference Programme

Demonstrate Significant Cost Savings & ROI Across Your Estates, Processes & Assets By Optimising Energy Efficiency: Drive Behavioural Change, Pinpoint & Reduce Energy Wastage, Capitalise On Technological Innovations, Make Renewables Viable & Comply With Current & Upcoming Legislation To Demonstrate Real Impact

A One-Day, Industry-Led Conference & Networking Event, 4th June 2015, One America Square, London.

08.30 Registration & Coffee, Objective Setting

09.00 Morning Chairman’s Opening Remarks
Richard Felgate
Formerly Head Of Energy, Environment & Sustainability
Mitchells & Butlers

ENERGY ROADMAP

09.05 Devising A Technology Roadmap To Take Your Energy Management & Savings To The Next Level
Haydn Young
Group Energy Manager
Travis Perkins

BUSINESS CASE ROI

09.25 Building A Winning Business Case To Attract Investment & Secure Funding For Energy-Efficient Technologies

  • What is the long-term outlook for energy prices and how should you plan for uncertainty in your business plan?
  • Key techniques for modelling energy savings and producing attractive ROI scenarios
  • Making strong business cases to win internal funding and attract external investment
  • Addressing concerns and overcoming risk adversity associated with long payback periods

Daniel Walker
Regional Energy Manager
Rolls-Royce

FUNDING & FINANCING – PANEL DISCUSSION

09.45 What Energy Efficiency Funding Is Actually Available & Do You Qualify?

  • Identifying available public and private funding in today’s climate for energy projects
  • Just how much financial support is available and how do organisations qualify?
  • Making strong business cases to win internal funding and attract external investment
  • Seeking out innovative financing options and exploring the viability of ESCO funding for your organisation

Claire Wilson
Environmental Manager
BUPA

Ian Burrow
National Head of Agriculture & Renewable Energy for Commercial & Corporate Banking
NatWest & RBS

ROI CALCULATION

10.10 Validating Reported Energy Savings: Do Your ROI Calculations Stand Up To Scrutiny?

  • Examining how energy efficiencies are being calculated by vendors and users to determine discrepancies
  • Investigating best-practice approaches to measuring and calculating energy savings
  • Determining to what extent energy savings should reflect replacement costs, running times and maintenance to best incorporate this in your calculations
  • Assessing at what point energy efficiency savings start to level out or tail off to ensure your model reflects this for accurate long-term projections
  • How will more accurate and rigorous energy reporting impact ROI projections and energy audit information?

Ben Brown
Sustainable Business Manager
Land Securities

10.30 Morning Refreshments With Informal Facilitated Networking

CASE STUDY

11.00 Sustainable, High Quality Working Environments
Steve Rainbow
Key Account Manager
Trend

BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE & ENGAGEMENT

11.20 Behaviour Change – Understanding The Psychology Of People To Drive Greater Engagement

  • Just how long does it take to change an organisation’s energy behaviour?
  • Understanding the psychology of engaging employees in a cultural shift towards energy-efficient behaviour
  • Examining how best to communicate and engage all employees in a large, remote and diverse organisation
  • Developing key engagement techniques that will resonate with different workforce segments

Sophie Longmate
Energy Manager
Alliance Boots

BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE & CULTURE

11.40 Implementing Ground-Breaking Engagement & Behavioural Change Initiatives For Long-Term Cultural Shifts

  • Examining how to take a bottom up approach to developing and embedding environmental behaviour change across the whole organisation
  • Building a toolkit of innovative approaches to change behaviours and mindsets across the organisation, using training, incentives and information sharing to raise awareness and produce significant savings
  • Detailing best-practice techniques to support environmental change campaigns and engage staff
  • Evaluating the next steps for continued advancements in energy behavioural change

Neil Chetwynd
Energy Reduction Programme Lead
Wickes

3 SNAPSHOT CASE STUDIES

12.00 Great Engagement = Great Outcomes

  • Building a toolkit of innovative approaches to change behaviours and mindsets across the organisation
  • Converting your strategy into action by embedding change across all levels of the organisation
  • Meeting the challenge of sustaining environmental engagement and keeping initiatives new and fresh on an ongoing basis

12.00 CASE STUDY ONE
Helen Coates
Energy Officer
Circle Housing Group

12.10 CASE STUDY TWO
Jane Wakiwaka
Sustainability Manager
The Crown Estate

12.20 CASE STUDY THREE
Fiona Daly
Environmental Manager
Barts Health NHS Trust

12.30 Lunch For Delegates, Speakers & Partners

13.00 Informal Lunchtime Roundtable Discussions & Peer Experience Exchanges

A) Energy Mapping
Richard Laxton
Global Sustainability Manager
Arla Foods

B) Heating Options

C) Smart Technologies & Data

D) Voltage Optimisation

E) Predictive Maintenance
Richard Felgate
Formerly Head Of Energy, Environment & Sustainability
Mitchells & Butlers

13.30 Afternoon Chairman’s Opening Remarks
Daniel Walker
Regional Energy Manager
Rolls-Royce

MAKING SIGNIFICANT SAVINGS BY IMPLEMENTING DEMAND REDUCTION STRATEGIES

13.35 National Trust Snapshot Case Study

In this practitioner-led case study, examine the National Trust’s energy reduction strategy and the key drivers behind the lessons learned in making buildings more energy efficient and measuring the impact on the bottom line and other KPIs.

Kirsty Rice
National Energy Specialist
National Trust

ESTATES, PROCUREMENT & TRANSPORT – DOUBLE PERSPECTIVE

13.55 Optimising Energy Efficiency Across Estates, Procurement & Transport

  • Embedding sustainability into all activities and areas of your business to maximise savings and efficiencies
  • Developing a whole organisational approach to transport sustainability
  • Working in partnership to champion sustainable procurement processes
  • Identifying funds and securing finance to support energy generation and energy efficiency projects
  • Quantifying savings and carbon reductions achieved through implementing a holistic, sustainable strategy

13.55 PERSPECTIVE ONE
Ian Buckle
Environment & Sustainability Manager
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

14.15 PERSPECTIVE TWO
Wendi Wheeler
Function Lead – Energy & Carbon
Network Rail

DECC UPDATE: THE UK’S REGULATION TIMETABLE

14.35 Preparing For ESOS: Energy Auditing, Management & Compliance

  • Background and context to ESOS
  • Overview of how to comply with the scheme and benefits it can bring to your organisation
  • Outlining how companies can prepare for the introduction of ESOS

Martin Adams
ESOS Team Leader
DECC

14.55 Electricity Demand Reduction Scheme

  • Exploring the potential role of incentive schemes in increasing the efficiency of energy use
  • Latest updates on the Government’s electricity demand reduction pilot
  • Find out more about which companies and organisations can apply for the pilot and how to do so

Gary Shanahan
Head EDR Strategy, Engagement & Evaluation
DECC

15.15 Afternoon Refreshments With Informal Facilitated Networking

CASE STUDY

15.45 Retrofitting Case Studies – Energy Savings On Your Building HVAC Equipment

  • Key areas of a buildings energy consumption
  • The importance of optimising the energy efficiency of HVAC equipment in any commercial building
  • How additional benefits such as occupier comfort and reduced noise have also been highlighted in a number of projects
  • Case studies will highlight a number of significant projects, where the collaboration between end users, FM companies, installers and manufacturers resulted in dramatic energy savings

Helen McHugh
Head of Sustainable Technology
ebm-papst UK Ltd

INVESTING IN RENEWABLES

16.05 RNLI Snapshot Case Study

  • Renovating existing infrastructure and increasing the use of renewables across your estate
  • Meeting the challenge of reducing energy consumption without jeopardising its important day-to-day role
  • Understanding the importance of engaging with employees to ensure new technologies installed are appropriate to what they need and the way assets are used
  • Key lessons learnt and outlining the vision going forward

Anna Frizzell
Sustainability Manager
RNLI

RENEWABLES PANEL DISCUSSION

16.20 Making Renewables A Viable Proposition?

  • Identifying the renewable funds which are available and the criteria for securing investment
  • Weighing up the financial viability of implementing different renewable technologies
  • Learning from frontline experiences of implementing different renewable technologies on various sites
  • Establishing opportunities and barriers to the sourcing of low carbon energy

Ian Burrow
National Head of Agriculture & Renewable Energy for Commercial & Corporate Banking
NatWest & RBS

Anna Frizzell
Sustainability Manager
RNLI

16.55 Chairman’s Closing Remarks

17.00 Official Close Of Conference

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