edie Energy Management Conference

The combination of rising energy costs and carbon legislation is pushing energy management further up the corporate agenda.

Energy management is essential for most UK businesses and they are always looking new cost-effective measures to improve energy efficiency.

The UK Government has opened a consultation that aims to boost investment in energy efficiency by streamlining carbon reporting and tax requirements for businesses. The Treasury suggests replacing the carbon reduction commitment (CRC) and the Climate Change Levy (CCL) with a new energy consumption tax, based on the CCL.

Taking place on April 20th in Birmingham, the edie Energy Management Forum 2016 will again explore and showcase innovative ways to reduce energy consumption, increase efficiency and reduce costs.

Attend this CPD-certified event to:
- Learn how to make the business case for energy efficiency more attractive
- Find out how your peers are benefitting from LED lighting and combined heat and power
- Ensure you develop the right strategy and source the right capability

Expert speakers include:
- Paul van Heyningen, Deputy director, industrial energy efficiency programme, DECC
- Tim Sullivan, ‎Director, energy & HSE, Rolls- Royce
- Alan Richardson, Head of energy & sustainability, Intu Retail
- Andy Stanton, Infrastructure and sustainability manager, Transport for London
- Julie Allen, Energy, waste and water manager, Nando’s
- Malcolm Hanna, Technical Director, National Energy Foundation
- Owen Anderson, Energy strategy manager, Marks and Spencer
- Caroline Hill, Head of sustainability - energy and environment, Land Securities
- Elizabeth Hegarty, ‎Head of sustainability & environment, Heathrow

For registration enquiries contact Lisa Mathews on 01342332016 or email lisa.mathews@fav-house.com



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Energy management is essential for most UK businesses and they are always looking new cost-effective measures to improve energy efficiency.

The UK Government has opened a consultation that aims to boost investment in energy efficiency by streamlining carbon reporting and tax requirements for businesses. The Treasury suggests replacing the carbon reduction commitment (CRC) and the Climate Change Levy (CCL) with a new energy consumption tax, based on the CCL.

Taking place on April 20th in Birmingham, the edie Energy Management Forum 2016 will again explore and showcase innovative ways to reduce energy consumption, increase efficiency and reduce costs.

Attend this CPD-certified event to:
- Learn how to make the business case for energy efficiency more a...

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