Energy audits - what they are and how standards can help

Free event

Date: Thursday 25 September 2014 (09.30-14.00)

Locationetc.venues, One Drummond Gate, London, SWIV 2QQ

On 26 June 2014 the UK Government introduced the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), mandating large organizations to undertake an energy audit by December 2015. Suddenly, energy audits are a hot topic. This conference will tell you more about what energy audits are, how you can use standards to achieve a good energy audit, and how you can reduce energy use and save money.

By attending this conference you will:

  • Gather valuable information about carrying out an effective energy audit
  • Put energy audits into perspective – they're not all the same!
  • Hear some real life examples of companies doing energy audits
  • Have a greater understand of what the ESOS scheme means
  • Understand how your organization can save energy and money


08.30   Registration, tea and coffee

Chairman's opening remarks
Martin Fry, Hon President ESTA, Chairman BSI Energy Management Standards Committee

09.40   Doing an energy audit - getting started
Kit Oung, Energy Manager, Board Member of EMA, Advisory Member of 2degrees
10.05   The UK Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)
Fionán O’Muircheartaigh, Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme Policy Advisor , EEDO Finance & Delivery, DECC 
10.30   Q&As
10.40   Morning tea and coffee
    Energy audit in practice - case studies
11.00   St Gobain Abrasives
Scott Borders, Company Energy Engineer, British Gypsum

EDF/Marine Biological Association
Alana Johnson, Product Portfolio Executive at EDF Energy

11.50   Utility Wise / Royal Bank of Scotland
Tim Hipperson, Head of Supplier Relations and Regulations, Utilitywise 
12.15   Questions and panel discussion
12.50   Chairman's closing remarks
13.00   Lunch
14.00   Close