One week left to register: edie's masterclass on Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting for business

edie's next 45-minutes masterclass, taking place on Wednesday 25 September at 2 pm BST, will see experts from Inspired Energy outline how businesses can get to grips with the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) framework.

The masterclass will be available to watch on-demand afterwards for those who have registered

The masterclass will be available to watch on-demand afterwards for those who have registered

This live, online masterclass helps sustainability and energy professionals get to grips with Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR), which came into force in April 2019 and affects almost 12,000 businesses across the country.

This 45-minute masterclass will explain what the SECR framework is and who it affects? What exactly do companies need to report and how should they best report it? And how can this new framework be utilised in a way that drives energy efficiency improvements with economic and environmental benefits?

---REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE---

Brought to you in association with commercial energy consultants Inspired Energy, this 45-minute masterclass will give you everything you need to know about SECR and its potential benefits – all in under an hour.

Inspired Energy is the only Third Party Intermediary (TPI) that has to comply with SECR. The organisation does not have to report until the beginning of 2021, but is starting its SECR journey early. During this webinar, Inspired Energy representatives will talk about the issues that they face, covering transport data, landlord properties, changing portfolios and global issues.

The masterclass will be broadcast live and will include a mixture of presentations – explaining the SECR framework – and a Q&A session – allowing you to ask key questions directly to our expert speakers. The session will also incorporate end-user case studies which will showcase the real-life impact that SECR has had so far.

DISCUSSION POINTS

  • Getting to grips with SECR: Why it matters for you
  • SECR compliance: The key considerations

MASTERCLASS CHAIR:

 

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JAMES EVISON

Insight Editor, edie

James Evison is the insight editor for edie.net, creating and covering the latest reports and news for sustainability, energy and resource efficiency professionals.

 

MASTERCLASS PRESENTER:


Emma Hird

Client Optimisation Manager, Inspired Energy

Emma Hird is an accomplished Client Optimisation Manager and a CIBSE qualified Low Carbon Consultant, ESOS Lead Assessor, and Heat Networks Consultant. She has personally managed CRC compliance for over 20 corporate clients since the start of Phase2, as well as taking a lead role in developing ESOS Phase 1 and SECR compliance services


Rob Leak

Head of Energy Solutions, Inspired Energy

Head of Energy Solutions, Rob successfully manages a team of energy consultants responsible for delivering energy solutions and compliance services, including ESOS, CCAs, CRC and now SECR. He has been providing independent utilities advice and support to businesses for over 25 years, specialising in onsite generation along with energy and carbon reduction projects. 

“At Inspired, we’re encouraging all businesses to see SECR as an investment in improving their business, rather than an expenditure.”

Read the Inspired Energy blog post to find out more.

edie and Inspired Energy also partnered on an explains guide, outlining everything a business needs to know about SECR. You can read the guide here and then tune in to the masterclass on 25 September to gain best-practice insight on how organisations should interact with the framework.

The webinar will be able to watch on-demand for those who have registered. Register here.

edie staff



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