Efficient Energy Management -
Implementing BS EN 16001

Grange St Pauls, London
30 September, 1 and 12 October

Energy Management - Efficient Energy Management

Manage energy consumption.
Reduce expenditure. 

Current and forthcoming government legislation and regulations on energy management can be complicated. BS EN 16001:2009 Energy management systems. Requirements with guidance for use is a new standard designed to help you get the most out of your energy management processes and reduce energy usage. 

BSI’s second annual energy management conference will give you the opportunity to learn more about BS EN 16001 and how to implement it, as well as the chance to network with the pilot groups who tested the draft standard.

Focus areas for this conference include:

  • The fundamentals of BS EN 16001 and processes for an effective energy management strategy
  • Advances in energy metering and reporting
  • Case studies from the pilot groups who trialled the draft of BS EN 16001.
    Read more about the pilot scheme

Attend a post-conference drinks reception for networking and discussion with industry experts and your peers about energy management issues and how to resolve them.

Download the conference brochure


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Chairman’s introduction

  • What is BS EN 16001?
  • Background to the standard
  • General organizational requirements
  • Issues it will address through implementation

Martin Fry
Chairman, BS EN 16001 Committee;
Chairman, ESTA;
Visiting Professor, City University, London


Keynote
Government response to BS EN 16001 and current energy related legislation and regulations

  • Response to BS EN 16001
  • Carbon Reduction Commitment
  • Climate Change Act Bill
  • Climate Change Programme 2006

Andy Togher
Business Relations Director, The Carbon Trust


Q&A: Meeting government targets and initiatives

 

Key areas

The future of BSI in the energy sector and related standards

  • How BS EN 16001 fits into the product mix
  • ISO 50001
  • Forthcoming energy standards

Shirley Bailey-Wood
Operations Director, BSI


Effective implementation of a management system

  • What is a management system
  • How BS EN 16001 fits the management system model

Trevor Floyd
Principal Consultant, TENBY Consultancy Group


Getting started: Understanding the fundamentals of BS EN 16001

  • What is energy management?
  • Planning for implementation
  • Identification and review of existing systems and processes
  • Legal obligations
  • Putting a programme in place: setting energy objectives and targets

Julian Greaves
Sustainable Business Consultant – Energy Management, Global Action Plan


Understanding and explaining energy consumption patterns

  • Energy factors in BS EN 16001: what they are and how to use them 
  • Calculating expected consumption: its central role in energy management 
  • Challenges to finding information and how to overcome them

Vilnis Vesma
Energy Consultant, The Energy Management Register


Energy metering for the future

Technical advances in energy metering

Howard Porter
Chief Operating Officer, BEAMA


Improved energy management through the use of aM&T (advanced metering)

Martin Fry
Chairman, BS EN 16001 Committee;
Chairman, ESTA;
Visiting Professor, City University, London


Practical examples of smart metering

Kris Sjadzicki
Chairman, ND Metering Solutions


Combining the use of BS EN 16001 and ISO 14001 – when should each standard be used?

  • The structure of the standards
    - Structure, similarities and differences
  • Common elements and their alignment
  • Independent use or integration?  When and where the two standards could be integrated and the business benefits of this

Catherine Golds
Head of NQA, NQA

Case studies

BS EN 16001 case studies from the pilot groups who trialled the draft standard.  Read more about the pilot scheme

Practical examples of the implementation process and how challenges were overcome

  • Planning for implementation
  • Preparing the workforce 
  • Examples of how implementation worked 
  • Challenges faced and how they were overcome

Brian Morgan
Environmental Manager, SKF (UK) Ltd


Implementation and operation – what should top management be doing?

  • Resources, roles, responsibility and authority 
  • Awareness, training and competence 
  • Communication 
  • Energy management system documentation 
  • Control of documents 
  • Operational control 
  • Top management – review of the energy management system 
  • Management review – inputs and outputs

James Wright
Sustainable Development Manager, Virgin Trains


Checking, monitoring and auditing the energy management system

  • Monitoring and measurement 
  • Evaluation of compliance 
  • Nonconformity, corrective action and preventative action 
  • Control of records 
  • Internal audit of the energy management system

Mark Cassidy
Environmental Manager, Robert Wiseman & Sons Ltd

Discussion session


Ask the experts

In addition to representatives from the pilot organizations, the panel will include:

Vilnis Vesma
Energy Consultant, The Energy Management Register

Trevor Floyd
Principal Consultant, TENBY Consultancy Group

Shirley Bailey-Wood
Operations Director, BSI

 

All those in both the private and public sector responsible for efficient energy management and those for whom creating a greener environment is key, including:

  • Energy and facilities managers
  • Environment officers and managers
  • Energy engineers
  • Energy consultants
  • Finance directors
  • Policy developers and managers
  • Architects and surveyors
  • Energy assessors
  • CEOs and MDs of smaller organizations.

A practical guide to understanding and implementing BS EN 16001:2009

  • General and energy management system requirements
  • Energy policy
  • Planning for implementation
  • Implementation and operation
  • Challenges and potential issues to be overcome
  • Checking, monitoring and measuring
  • Auditing the energy management system.

Andrew Burns-Warren
Product Manager, NQA

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