4th Annual Energy Management Conference

Conference. 15th November 2011, London
Workshop: 16th November 2011, London 
One Drummond Gate, Victoria, London, SW1V 2QQ

Between 2005 and 2010 average industrial electricity prices rose by 54%*

What is your organization doing to fight rising energy costs?

This conference will demonstrate how implementing an energy management system into your everyday practice can help you improve your energy efficiency and reduce your energy costs. It also provides you with a unique opportunity to get the latest update about government's flagship energy saving plan – the Green Deal scheme and its progress.

Our expert panel of speakers will discuss the newly published international energy management systems standard, ISO 50001, which is set to replace the existing British Standard, BS EN 16001, and the impact of this change for those who have already implemented BS EN 16001.

First hand practical tips and case studies will address not only practical challenges and benefits of implementing the standard, but also explain how companies in the UK have already seen energy efficiency improvements and financial savings through implementing the strategies and initiatives contained in the standard.

5 reasons to attend:

  1. Hear the latest Government update about the Green Deal initiative
  2. Understand why ISO 50001 was developed - the scope, benefits and challenges of implementation
  3. Examine the relationship between BS EN 16001 and ISO 50001
  4. Learn how energy management systems and a best practice approach could improve your energy efficiency and reduce costs
  5. Engage in lively discussions and have your questions answered by energy management experts

Book now to receive a complimentary copy of ISO 50001 at the conference

Key speakers

  • Stephen Barker, Head of Energy Efficiency & Environmental Care, Siemens plc
  • Vince Desmond, Executive Director for Business Development, Chartered Quality Institute
  • Martin Fry Chairman ISO 50001 Chairman ESTA,Visiting Professor City University London
  • Richard Tarboton, Director of Energy and Carbon, BT
  • Andrew Warren, Director, Association for the Conservation of Energy
  • David Purdy, Deputy Director, Green Deal, Department of Energy and Climate Change

Who should attend?

  • Energy managers
  • Facilities managers
  • Environment officer/managers
  • Energy engineers
  • Energy consultants
  • Energy service providers
  • Finance directors
  • Sustainability consultants

 What do previous attendees say?

“Very interesting”
Caroline Guppy, Heatric

“A well organized and professionally run conference”
Clifford Miles, UKAS

“Very informative”
Paul Crowther, STC Energy

“Generally I have gained a lot”
Gerry Finnegan, Crane Fluid Systems Ltd

 

 

Complimentary copy
of ISO 50001 included

Sponsored by:

LRQA logo


inenco logo


NIFES logo


Standard Sponsor:

Energy Institute


Supported by:

Certification Europe

 

2degrees

ESTA

 

*Source is Department of Energy & Climate Change
See the Quarterly energy prices table 3.1.3: Annual prices of fuels purchased by manufacturing industry.

Conference Programme 

15 November 2011

9:15 – 9:30 Chairman’s Introduction

Martin Fry Chairman ISO 50001 Committee Chairman,ESTA, Visiting Professor City University, London

9:30 – 10:00 The latest Government update – Green Deal

  • Green Deal and energy efficiency
  • Why and how it was developed
  • What does it mean for you
  • The progress and future work

David Purdy, Deputy Director, Green Deal, Department of Energy and Climate Change

10:00 – 10:25 Energy management as the number one energy priority

  • What was missed and what we should learn
  • Growing energy management demands
  • Current issues for the industry

Andrew Warren, Director, Association for the Conservation of Energy

10:25 – 10:50 The role of auditor competence and certification

  • The role of the management systems auditor
  • Benefits of an auditor certification scheme for industry
  • The International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA) EnMS auditor certification scheme

Vince Desmond, Executive Director for Business Development, Chartered Quality Institute

10:50 – 11:00 Questions and answers

11:00 – 11:15 Morning tea and coffee

11:15– 11:40 How to successfully manage your energy consumption data

  • Analysing and organising your energy consumption data
  • Energy reduction planning
  • Monitoring improvements
  • Benchmarking performance
  • Forecasting future emissions

Glyn Mountford, Director, Green Energy Partners Limited

11:40 – 12:05 BT’s Road map to reducing energy and carbon

Richard Tarboton, Director of Energy and Carbon, BT

12:05 – 12:30 A practical approach to best practice energy cost & carbon reduction

  • Using energy management as a profit enhancement generator
  • Avoiding the common pitfalls in energy management solutions
  • Insight into the most effective energy efficiency solutions
  • Case study examples

Stephen Barker, Head of Energy Efficiency & Environmental Care, Siemens plc

12:30 – 12: 55 Small Businesses and Energy Efficiency – Making sense of going green

  • The energy efficiency opportunity for SMEs – the barriers and the benefits
  • What policy initiatives are needed to help small businesses go green
  • Analysis of the Green Deal – the threats and opportunities
  • Smart metering – has government got the rollout right?

David Caro, Chair of the FSB Environment Committee, Federation of Small Businesses

12:55 – 13:10 Q&A

13:10 – 14:10 Lunch

14:10 – 15:10 Interactive table discussion – Behaviour change and energy use

Facilitator: Haydn Young, Chief Executive, GAIA

15:10 – 15:20 Tea & Afternoon tea and coffee

Energy management standards in practice

15:20 – 15:45 ISO 50001 Certification - Europe’s Perspective

  • Assessment experience from IS 393 to EN 16001 to ISO 50001
  • Overview of EN 16001/ISO 50001 success stories
  • Results of the world’s first energy Management/ISO 50001 Survey
  • Why ISO 14001 is not enough to control your energy issues
  • Challenges for companies implementing ISO 50001
  • Benefits of ISO 50001

Ciaran O'Malley, Business Development Manager, Certification Europe

15:45 – 16:10 Case Study – Practical Implementation of ISO 50001

James Hughes, Site Services & EHS & Energy Manager, Abbott Ireland Pharmaceutical Operations

16:10 – 16:35 Case Study – A journey from BS EN 16001 to ISO 50001

  • Sustainability initiatives
  • Energy management
  • Implementing EN 16001
  • Implementing EN 16001

Anuj Saush, Energy & Environment Manager, London South Bank University

16:35 – 16:45 Questions & Answers

16:45 - 17:00 Chairman’s closing remarks

17:00 – Drinks reception

Implementing ISO 50001 - Road to certification – Workshop

16 November 2011

Implementing an energy management system certified to ISO 50001 can save you money and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.

Energy management is currently one of the most fundamental areas of focus across all business sectors. And ISO 50001 outlines the requirements to enable you to develop and run a system, identifying high energy usage areas and targeting reductions in those areas for increased energy efficiency.

By attending the workshop you will:

  • Understand the key requirements of an Energy Management System
  • Learn about the purpose and benefits of implementing an Energy Management System
  • Find more about the background to ISO 50001 and essential definitions
  • Identify similarities between ISO 50001, ISO 14001 and BS EN 16001 Management System requirements
  • Enhance your knowledge about Energy Management System and how it can help ensure your energy related legal obligations are met
  • Identify implementation issues
  • Investigate the assessment process

Biography

Lionel Westall
LRQA Account Manager – Carbon and Energy

Lionel Westall has been working in management systems for over 25 years and 20 of those have been with LRQA, one of the leading global assessment and certification bodies.

Lionel is a Business Development Specialist covering Environmental, Carbon, and Energy products for LRQA and has helped develop a wide range of assessment services with major global organisations.

Lionel has a degree in Chemical Engineering and a Masters degree in Business Administration and is a Fellow of the CQI.

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