Is an Energy Performance Contract right for your organisation?

Last updated: 7th January 2019

Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) is attractive to organisations looking to make substantial improvements in energy efficiency. It provides a means to upgrade facilities, achieve corporate social responsibility and reach cost saving targets by outsourcing the identification, implementation, financing and operation of energy saving measures.

Energy Performance Contracts can incentivise performance and transfer risk through guarantees and gain shares, however these long-term contracts are often complex, and lack transparency and clear governance processes.

This one day course will help you decide wither an EPC is right for your organisation. The course will be held on 6th March in London and is suitable for energysustainabilityestates and facilities managers who wish to identify whether energy performance contracts are right for their organisations and the best practice approaches to implementing them.

Course benefits:

Hosted by EEVs, created with input from international law firm Bird & Bird and technical expertise from JRP Solutions, this course is suitable for all delegates interested in procuring energy saving projects. Delegates will become more informed buyers of Energy Performance Contracts, tooled up to establish successful contracts and hold their suppliers to account. See more information about the syllabus. or to register, here.

Alternatively,  contact EEVs training team on 0330 313 8484 or email [email protected].



N.B. The information contained in this entry is provided by the above supplier, and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher


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