Packed seminar programme answers ‘how to’ for energy and sustainability managers
A programme of 36 CPD-accredited seminars, three workshops and more than 120 speakers will answer the practical 'how-to' questions posed by energy and sustainability managers from organisations of all sizes and from all sectors at Sustainability Live 2015.
Following twin themes of ‘People, Policy, Processes and Best Practice’ and ‘Technology Tools and Kit’, the two energy efficiency theatres have something for everyone with energy or sustainability within their remit; from using less, to making your own, legislative compliance to managing your data and engaging your teams.
The energy recovery theatre cuts through the jargon and debate to discuss the latest policy and practice in Waste-to-Energy (WtE). Practical case study presentations will help visitors make their organisation more waste and energy-efficient, provide practical insights on how to develop WtE solutions, and outline the options available for turning residual waste into useable energy.
Energy, facilities and environment and sustainability managers will
– Efficiency roadmaps for energy managers
– Management standards update
– Strategies for intensive energy users
– ‘How to’ get best value from ESOS
– Insights into cutting bills with CHP
– Approaches to retrofitting
– Advice on holistic energy procurement
– The business case for solar
– Smart data management
– The case for on-site generation
There will also be special seminars and workshops on:
– Water efficiency
– Behaviour change workshop
– Community energy for local authorities and housing associations
– Smart cities
– Sustainable transport
Content across the three theatres is free-to-attend and CPD-certified. Our action-based seminars cover topics from making the decision about which technology to choose to ensuring legislative compliance at an operational level, from peer-led case studies about retrofitting to engagement and behaviour change workshops.
The CPD-accredited seminar programme supports the brand new, strategy-focused conference ‘From Risk to Resilience’ on the Sustainability Live keynote stage. Brought to you by edie, this high-level conference will bring together the business and policy leaders who are finding new ways of building resilience into business models and who are reaping the benefits.
Sustainability Live takes place at the NEC Birmingham on April 21-23.