Energy Management Conference

19th January 2021 - Manchester

Reducing energy consumption and improving energy efficiency are at the forefront of the global climate change agenda. Energy costs continue to have a disproportionate effect on companies’ profit margins. And yet, there is considerable potential within most organisations to make large energy cost and carbon emission savings through the installation of energy efficiency measures.

In March 2020, the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy published a series of reports outlining the National Statistics’ figures on energy statistics, prices and key trends. One of the major findings was renewable electricity generation being up considerably from previous years.

In sectors such as manufacturing, average annual electricity prices have been on a general upward trend, by 2019 the average electricity price was the highest for over a decade. This economic impact to businesses demonstrates the increased in need implementing strong energy management strategies.

Join us for the Energy Management Conference 2021 where expert speakers will explain the latest developments in the industry and how Government policy will help shape the future. Learn how your organisation can improve its energy management, how suppliers can cope with growing demand and how new technology can make our homes and business more efficient.

  • 19th January 2021
  • 09:00 - 16:30
  • Manchester - Directions
  • From £99 +VAT
Learning Outcomes
  • Update on the Government’s vision for the energy management
  • Evaluate policy and pricing in order to prepare for future energy challenges
  • Exploring a collaborative approach to project success
  • Understand the funding options for long term energy saving project
  • Explore cost-effective energy efficiency strategies
  • Hear from experts on carbon reduction and reporting
  • Understand how new technologies and the development of energy storage will shape the future of the sector
  • Explore the role for standards in energy efficiency
  • Improve understanding of the role that data and technology are playing in advancing our response to energy demand
  • Case studies of optimising operational performance and achieving low-emission
Who Should Attend
  • Energy Managers
  • Sustainability Managers
  • Directors of Estates
  • Facility Managers
  • Heads of Energy
  • Directors of Energy
  • Utilities Managers

We do not accept delegate registrations from suppliers.

This year's Sponsors

    Hugh Blackwood
    Sheraz Mahmood