NEF: Improving the use of energy in buildings
12th May 2015
Energy management strategies come in all shapes and sizes depending on the organisation. Here, the National Energy Foundation (NEF) explores how to simplify supply chain challenges, change behaviour and make significant energy savings.
Presenting this slideshow to delegates at Sustainability Live 2015, the NEF’s technical director Malcolm Hanna focuses on the key points for planning and implementing an energy management strategy.
Hanna is a carbon and energy management professional with more than 20 years’ experience in energy and sustainability across various sectors. He has a broad experience of the opportunities and barriers associated with managing energy across complex organisations and projects.
His particular expertise come in developing low-carbon solutions for existing building portfolios and he has substantial experience of energy efficient design, procurement and operations.
This presentation details exactly why a business needs an energy management strategy, the key steps that are needed to be taken to effectively implement it, and the additional energy-saving opportunities that may arise along the way.
The National Energy Foundation is an independent, national charity based in Milton Keynes. The group has been at the forefront of improving the use of energy in buildings since 1988, aiming to give people, organisations and government the knowledge, support and inspiration they need to understand and improve the use of energy in buildings.
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