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Friday, 11 November 2016 11:57

Top 7 energy saving strategies covered at EMEX says Lord Redesdale

UK energy efficiency's movers and shakers meet at The Energy Management Exhibition (EMEX), the largest business focused event taking place this year on 16-17 November at ExCeL in London.

emex lord redesdalemainEMEX establishes and builds partnerships between business, third party intermediaries, training suppliers, government and public bodies to accelerate the adoption of energy efficiency measures in order to reduce energy demand.

EMEX is organised by HEELEC Limited, an exciting collaboration between Lord Redesdale's Energy Managers Association and Jason Franks, a veteran organiser of trade and consumer events.

The top 7 Energy Saving Strategies covered at EMEX are:

Optimising Costs Through Sustainable Operations
Energy Management is already a well-established part of the corporate and social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability agenda. Businesses committed to safeguarding their reputation for corporate responsibility – and the commercial value attached to that – have no option but to meet the challenge of developing sustainable operations.

Saving Energy through People
Latest development in behavioural change can help your business to engage with your staff so they become active players in reducing significant operating costs while improving sustainability credentials, all this with no capital outlay and no interruption of day-to-day business.

Reducing Energy Use in the Built Environment
Get on top of new Government energy standards, assess risks and, where necessary, act now to make improvements that ensure buildings exceed the minimum energy efficiency standard or face the prospect of the value of your assets decreasing significantly.

Capturing the Full Benefits of Demand Flexibility
The UK is entering a period of energy transition. The main forces driving this transition are a growing consensus about the scale and importance of climate change, the need to ensure secure energy supplies for the UK in the face of rising global demand and an ageing and centralised grid.

Increasing Renewables in your Energy Mix
Renewables now account for 25% of UK electricity generation, which is up from 9% in 2011. Switching to renewables and green-tech is a substantial and yet untapped opportunity for most businesses to reduce costs and meet carbon emission target rapidly.

Getting Ready for the UK Water Market Deregulation
Businesses need to start planning now for the most radical changes in the water industry for a generation. From April 2017, over 1.2 million eligible businesses and other non-household customers in England will be able to choose their supplier of water and wastewater retail services.

Developing your career & improving your skills in Energy Management
EMEX is offering a series of seminars to address the needs and the requirements of all energy users, not only for those whose full- or part-time role is managing an organisation's energy.

Introducing EMEX 2016, Lord Redesdale, CEO, Energy Managers Association said: "Energy costs continue to have a disproportionate effect on companies' profit margins. Boards need to understand the risk of not taking energy management seriously. EMEX will put forward the solutions.

"EMEX is the energy management show that connects all energy users with leading experts, policy makers, suppliers and technical solutions. This marketplace includes a free to attend conference programme that will help you control energy costs, gain industry insights, source innovations, share knowledge and stay up to date with the latest and upcoming legislative changes and how these are affecting businesses in the UK."

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