Expert advice on identifying technical energy-saving opportunities in four key areas of energy use.

Last updated: 29th January 2019

To be worthwhile, energy audits and surveys need to go beyond just replacing lights (which you have probably done already). They must examine some serious technical opportunities. If you use chillers and refrigeration, combustion plant especially boilers, compressed air systems and automatic control of building services in your organisation’s processes, this one-day workshop on 23rd May in Birmingham is for you.

We will examine these four key areas with the help of specialists in the field concerned:  Owen Jones, JRP Solutions on combustion, Dave Covell of Clearlead Consulting on chillers; Marion Beaver, independent energy consultant, on compressed air and Nick Osmaston, independent energy consultant, on controls. Proceedings will be chaired by Vilnis Vesma and each topic will be considered under four headings

  • key underpinning theory;
  • obvious things to look out for, particularly those that yield ‘no-brainer’ opportunities;
  • typical spend-to-save opportunities; and
  • survey tips, tricks, tools and techniques

This is a rare opportunity to learn from leaders in their fields. Concentrating on just four key topics allows us to have an extended session on each, and the presenters will use a mixture of lectures, individual exercises and group activities to give a far richer and more interactive treatment than you would ever get at a typical energy conference.

If you’d like to know more, or would like to sign up for this unique one-day session, click here.

Plus, the VESMA.COM quality pledge means that if you are not satisfied with the day you can have your money back.

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