This 45-minute online masterclass session will offer up fresh insights, inspiration and advice when it comes to monitoring, measuring and optimising your organisation’s energy data in ways that could radically reduce carbon emissions.
Energy data management is a crucial piece of the net-zero puzzle. Done well, it can unlock significant carbon and cost savings and help to underpin investment in key projects. But gathering and optimising data is no easy task – especially in the wake of Covid-19, which has caused major changes in building use and employee habits.
So, what does great energy data management now look like? Has the pandemic presented an opportunity to measure and optimise energy data more effectively? And what tools, techniques and policy frameworks can be used to support your energy data strategy?
This masterclass will seek to answer all of those questions and more. The masterclass will be split into two parts: the first part will see industry experts deliver presentations on how to optimise your energy data on the road to net-zero emissions; and the second part will be an open Q&A, allowing the live audience to have their questions answered by our presenters.
It is recommended that all registrants download edie’s free edie Explains guide to energy data optimisation before tuning into this masterclass session. Download the guide here.
Matt Mace, content editor, edie
Dan Crowe, optimisation manager, Inspired Energy
Dan is an Optimisation Manager at Inspired Energy, where he helps customers comply with carbon-related legislation, develop cost effective net-zero strategies and make the most of schemes such as CDP, Science Based Targets and ESOS. He has 15 years of energy & carbon management experience and has worked with many of the UK’s largest brands and energy users.
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 Phase 2, as well as taking a lead role in developing ESOS and SECR compliance services.
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