The need to reduce carbon emissions to protect the environment and reduce the cost of increasing energy overheads is becoming a top priority for many organisations. This is why this year’s Energy Management Exhibition (EMEX) is attracting so much interest. EMEX boasts more than 100 exhibitors and over 70 seminar and training sessions focusing on how organisations can better manage their energy use.
EMEX is attracting some big names, showing the importance of this event and the issues it is tackling. The thousands of registered attendees cover a full spectrum of organisations from charities, universities, hospitals, local councils and even The Royal Household to major businesses in the retail, food & beverage, leisure, industrial and travel sectors. Directors, managers, analysts and consultants will come together from companies such as British Airways, British Sugar, BT, Co-operative Group, Direct Line, EDF Energy, Home Retail Group, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets, Samsung Electronics, Travis Perkins and Whitbread. From all sectors and at all levels of experience, the common focus will be on ways to reduce carbon footprint and lower energy overheads.
Speakers include representatives from public and corporate organisations bringing together a wealth of experience and knowledge. Among these are RWE npower, RBS Group, Peterborough Council, Honeywell Building Solutions, Wickes and WM Morrisons Supermarkets.
Five key energy themes will be discussed:
1. Energy Service and Performance Contracting (EnPC),
2. Energy Management Training,
3. Energy Use in the Built Environment,
4. Green IT and Technology,
5. Buying Better Tariffs.
Topics will range across areas such as outsourcing, legislation, improving energy efficiency and what latest tools are available to organisations to help them manage their energy usage better. Whatever the size of business or organisation, EMEX is the ideal opportunity to find out how to improve energy management and to gain valuable insight into the latest experiences, opportunities and resources available.
It is free to register to attend the show.