EMEX is the event to attend if you are responsible for reducing your organisation’s energy spend and consumption. A jam-packed event programme offers valuable industry insights, and looks at the latest and upcoming legislative changes and how these are affecting UK businesses in the UK – all key to understanding the risk, regulation and opportunities of being an energy consumer.
EMEX makes available exclusive content; case studies, expert presentations and panel sessions will be covered within four free educational seminar theatres. Expert speakers will cover key issues affecting the energy industry right now and those that will affect us in the very near future. Many sessions are CPD accredited.
To give you a glimpse into the EMEX speaker programme – we bring you some of the highlights:
Covering all aspects of Energy Management Training, Theatre One will feature Majid Al-Kader from Skills2Learn, talking about Immersive Virtual Reality based e-learning and how this supports renewable energy skills. Mark McCusker, Head of Energy & Carbon at WM Morrisons Supermarkets plc, will be talking about the staff training and energy saving initiatives it has in place across the country.
In Theatre Two, covering Energy Servicing & Performance Contracting, Peter Schroeder, Environment Manager at McDonalds, will be sharing information on its renewable energy contracting and purchasing programme. There will be a panel session with representatives from Honeywell, Peterborough Council and Pinsent Masons, discussing the challenges and success of the Blue Sky Peterborough project.
Theatre Three will be dedicated to Energy Use in the Built Environment and attendees will hear from DECC and the Environment Agency, regarding the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme (ESOS). Donald Lack, Associate Director and Energy Team Leader of Nifes Consulting Group will present a paper on energy management in small and medium enterprises.
Theatre Four will cover the issues of Green IT and Technology, in which Charles Jegar, Business Development Manager at Nifes Consulting Group, will discuss the alarming rise in energy use in data centres and how to tackle the issue. Also, Erika Wilson from Wilsons Power Solutions will be talking about new design regulations and how these could mean change for businesses.
All this and many more exclusive case studies, presentations and panel sessions will be available at EMEX. Check out the website now to see just what will be on offer http://www.emexlondon.com/