Launched ahead of edie’s Energy Management Forum in Birmingham on 28 February 2018, the report features energy projects and initiatives from the likes of Kingfisher, Landsec, Marks & Spencer, Royal Mail and Hilton.


The report charts the great progress being made by some of the world’s biggest businesses in accelerating the shift to more sustainable energy systems.

Renewable technologies are being deployed onsite and energy innovations such as battery storage and demand response are offering new ways for organisations to operate more sustainably. Disruptive technologies and innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) are also streamlining how companies can interact with new systems.

But, as the report proves, this energy system transition has to be managed effectively, and with such a wide array of new technologies and innovations available, choosing the right approach – and successfully embedding it – can be a tough task.

edie’s Energy Management Forum

Several of the companies featured in this report are being represented on stage at edie’s Energy Management Forum next month.

Taking place on 28 February 2018 at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre, the Forum will bring together an array of sustainability and energy management professionals to explore what measures exist to drive efficiency, cut costs and enhance their energy strategies.

The CPD-certified event will provide key updates on energy regulations and will look at the emerging energy technologies being deployed by leading organisations.

Register to attend the Energy Management Forum here.

edie staff

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