Energy Audit series workshop – BS EN 16247



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26 November 2012
One Drummond Gate, Victoria, London

BSI are pleased to introduce BS EN 16247-1 Energy audits. An energy audit is the first step to improving energy and cost savings and this standard define the attributes of a good quality energy audit and takes a chronological, step-wise approach to guide you through the process. This workshop offers the opportunity to:

  • Find out how a good energy audit can help your organization save money
  • Identify energy hotspots in your organization
  • Understand the importance of energy audits as part of an energy management system
  • Learn how to meet environmental targets & reduce energy efficiency consumption

This workshop also gives you the opportunity to put YOUR comments into three new sector specific standards:

  • EN 162471-2 Energy audits Buildings
  • EN 162471-3 Energy audits Processes
  • EN 162471-4 Energy audits Transport

Confirmed speakers:

  • Kit Oung, Chartered Energy Manager and Author
  • Martin Fry, Chairman, BSI Energy Management Standards Committee
  • Trevor Hutchings, EEDO
  • Kit Oung, Chartered Energy Manager and Author
  • Steve Schofield, Deputy Director, British Pump Manufacturers Association Ltd
  • John Mulholland, Founder & Principal Consultant, Mulholland Energy Solutions

Agenda

09:00 – 09:30 Registration


09:30 – 09:40 Chairman’s opening

Trevor Floyd, Principal Consultant, TENBY Consultancy Group


09:40 – 09:55 General introduction from BSI

David Fatscher, Head of Market Development, Sustainability, BSI


09:55 – 10:10 Latest on energy efficiency strategy and policies

Trevor Hutchings, DECC’s (Department of Energy and Climate Change), EEDO (Energy Efficiency Deployment Office)


10:10 – 10:40 A practical introduction to EN 16247-1 energy audit

  • What it is, how it came about
  • How it works
  • Benefits
  • Application

Martin Fry, President, ESTA, Chairman, BSI Energy Committees


10:40 - 10:55 Morning networking refreshment break


10:55 – 11:25 Managing energy with ease: Maximizing the benefit of standards

  • State of energy management
  • Energy management - tools and techniques
  • Making energy reduction happen

Kit Oung,‘Energy Management in Business’; Member, BSI Energy and Environmental Committees


11:25 – 11:55 Case study: A guide to conducting a good energy audit

  • Defining audit goal
  • Report output and compliant deliverables
  • Practical example

John Mulholland, Founder & Principal Consultant, Mulholland Energy Solutions


11:55 – 12:25 Case study: Using the principles of energy audit EN16247-1

  • How successful audits can be carried out
  • Principles identified within EN 16247-1
  • Incorporating relevant industry information to carry out successful audits

Steve Schofield, , Deputy Director, British Pump Manufacturers Association Ltd


12:25 - 13:25 – Lunch


13:25 – 14:25 Group consultation on energy audits buildings: EN 16247-2

  • Introduction to discussions
  • Your comments and feedback

14:25 – 15:25 Group consultation on energy audits proceses: EN 16247-3

  • Introduction to discussions
  • Your comments and feedback

15:25 - 15:40 Afternoon tea and networking


15:40 – 16:40 Group consultation on energy audits transport: EN 16247-4

  • Introduction to discussions
  • Your comments and feedback

16:40 - 17:00 Chair’s concluding remarks


17:00 Event close


This workshop gives you an opportunity to put in your comments on three new energy audits standards.

  • Energy Audits Part 2: Buildings
  • Energy Audits Part 3: Processes
  • Energy Audits Part 4: Transport

To review these documents before the workshop click here. Each standard will be considered in detail during the workshop so we want to hear your thoughts.

Only available after 1st October 2012

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