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This training course provides delegates with an understanding of how to deliver an energy management programme, recognise the opportunities, the approaches and technologies available, and make the business case for success.
This one-day course provides delegates with an understanding of how to deliver an energy management programme, recognise the opportunities, the approaches and technologies available, and make the business case for success.
The course also highlights the key legislative frameworks, challenges and opportunities this can present and demonstrates how energy management can (and should) align with broader corporate aspirations.
This course is also available as an in-company course. For more information please contact BSRIA
The course is designed for those in the building industry who need an overview understanding of energy management: Building owners, designers, architects, and clients. No previous knowledge of energy management is required.
Delegates will gain insight to the drivers for energy management and the opportunities within their organisations. Delegates will be provided with an overview of practical energy management approaches, solutions and opportunities.
This course provides an introduction to Practical Energy Management and looks at the business case, the process as a whole and the generic requirements.
0900 Registration & coffee 0930 Why energy management? - Key drivers – legislation and alignment with the corporate reporting framework - Climate change impacts - Energy accreditation schemes 1100 Driving an energy management programme and alignment with business structure - Developing energy policy and an energy strategy - Implementing the energy strategy - Engagement and reporting 1130 Delivering an energy management programme (part 1) - The energy survey - Asset data gathering - Prioritising energy saving measures - Utility data collection, understanding the invoice, tariff review - Practical solutions 1230 Lunch 1330 Delivering an energy management programme (part 2) 1500 Legislation and incentives - Building Regulations Part L - Fiscal opportunities including Enhanced capital allowances, FITs and RHI 1600 Further information and support
Case study material and interactive exercises will be integrated within the programme.
Delegates are provided with a training pack, containing a copy of the presentations, plus a copy of BSRIA publications pertaining to energy management. The course fee includes lunch and refreshments.
Nick Hayes is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and Fellow of the Energy Institute. Nick has over 30 years’ experience of building services design, energy and sustainability. Nick has held senior positions at the Building Research Establishment and Arcadis before starting up his own consultancy, Strategic Green, working with organisations on sustainability, energy and climate change. Read Nick's full profile
Ian Butterss is a Chartered Electrical Engineer with over 30 years’ experience of energy and sustainability in the UK, Australia, and other countries, in industrial, commercial, government and domestic sectors. Ian is an expert in energy systems having worked as a consultant for several leading consultancies and also client-side, managing energy and sustainability systems. Read Ian's full profile
This course can be run in-company. We can also customise courses to meet the training needs of your staff. For more information, or for a quote please email email@example.com.