Energy Management Forum (EMF 2012)

Venue: 76 Portland Place, London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jul 03, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 03, 2012
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In a recent white paper, Power Efficiency predicts staggering energy price rises of 81% by 2021. Additionally, the Climate Change Levy, Carbon Reduction Commitment and Renewables Obligation continue putting additional pressure on businesses.

The 2012 Energy Management Forum has been designed to enable companies to reduce energy consumption, increase efficiency and improve margins.

Programme highlights include:

• How BT is achieving 2-3% energy consumption reduction year on year and total savings of £51m
• How the Co-operative reduced its operational carbon footprint by over 35% since 2006 across a portfolio of 5,000 buildings
• Alliance Boots on creating an environment that improves morale and enables sustainable energy efficient behavioural change over time
• Pret A Manger covering energy management systems - operational challenges and the transparency of data
• Royal Mail journey - investment in new technology and data used
• Loughborough University on technological developments and their effect on the cost of renewable energy
• Aldersgate Group, Environmental Industries Commission, Carbon Trust and CBI on the legislative drivers affecting energy management decisions

The expert speaker panel includes:

• David Purdy, Acting Director Energy Efficiency Deployment Office, Department for Energy and Climate Change
• Dr Pierre Dechamps, Adviser for Energy, Climate Change and the Environment, European Commission
• Dr Matthew Brown, Head of Energy and Climate Change, CBI
• James Wilde, Director of Insights, Carbon Trust
• Andrew Raingold, Executive Director, Aldersgate Group
• Richard Tarboton, Director of Energy and Carbon, BT
• Martin Smith, Head of Energy, Environment and Technical Services, Royal Mail
• Tim Snaith, Head of Engineering, Energy and Property Efficiency, Alliance Boots
• Mark McGlinn, Head of Operations Research and Equipment Innovation, Pret A Manger

For more information, visit or contact Nicola Smith on +44 (0)1342 332 045 or email today.


76 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT
United Kingdom