Closing the Energy Performance Gap (exchange webinar)

Date First Broadcast Date 8 March 2017 12:00 - 13:00
Venue Webinar via ZOOM

Join Carbon Credentials’ experts to explore how quick-win, low-cost energy savings can be achieved through improved building control, and staff, student and tenant engagement.
 
It is widely acknowledged that the majority of both modern and older buildings are not run and maintained in the most energy efficient manner – perhaps due to commissioning, maintenance, controls or operations. In this webinar we will explore how you can close the performance gap by combining technology, data and stakeholder engagement to achieve energy and cost reductions.

Presentation

Podcast:


Why should I attend?
  • To find out how you can optimise your existing technologies to deliver energy savings >10% without further capital investment
  • To understand the latest developments in BMS and plant optimisation
  • For case studies that demonstrate quantified energy savings
  • To understand what you can do next to take advantage of these opportunities
Who is the Webinar For? 
  • Directors of Finance / Estates & Facilities
  • Sustainability / Environment / Carbon / Energy Managers
  • Engineering / Facilities / Estates Managers
  • BMS Controls Engineers
Key Learning Outcomes:
  • An understanding of how you can use your existing systems and people to close the energy performance gap in your buildings
  • How to engage stakeholders, including staff, students and tenants
  • How you can harness recent technological innovations in data acquisition and analytics, use the correct processes and work collaboratively to achieve energy savings
  • The common challenges that organisations face along the way
Speakers:

Cian Duggan

Cian is Carbon Credentials’ founder and CTO. He has a passion for energy efficiency and a strong understanding of the UK and European compliance frameworks, which he translates into commercially-viable and client-focused solutions.
 
Cian is responsible for leading our business-critical technology initiatives. This includes the development of our Advanced Data Analytics Platform, ADAPt . The unique feature of ADAPt is its ability to integrate multiple client data sets and extract actionable insights enabling continuous performance optimisation.
 
Will Jenkins

Will works within our Assured Performance team and is currently supporting a wide range of public and private sector organisations to design, build and embed energy and carbon management strategies.

Will has expertise in developing and delivering engagement and behaviour change programmes in organisations, to benefit their bottom line and facilitate sustainable practices. One of the engagement projects that Will led was Highly Commended in the 2015 2degrees Champions Awards and shortlisted for a 2015 Business Green Leaders Awards.
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