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Lorcan Anglin, Head of Solutions at Inenco
Mark Winn, Lead Consultant, Public Sector at Inenco
How can a better approach to energy management help NHS organisations to deliver the Ten Point Efficiency Plan?
Bottom lines in NHS Trusts take a direct hit every time energy costs rise, forcing organisations to direct an already-stretched budget away from front line service delivery. Many choose to fix their energy prices annually, but taking a different approach to procurement can provide greater budget certainty and create opportunities to better control energy price inflation. Looking afresh at energy consumption can also unearth real optimization opportunities and the chance to control overall costs.
Using real life case studies and practical advice, this webinar will focus on delivering both better energy procurement and an holistic approach to energy optimisation. Our industry experts will address:
1.How differing approaches to procurement strategies can achieve better outcomes and reduce the risk of annual price variations and provide greater budget certainty
2.Taking a shorter-term focus on invoice validation to remove the need for retrospective review and recovery, keeping much needed resources available for vital frontline services within financial year
3.What opportunities exist to review technology and processes that will optimise energy consumption to both reduce cost and help achieve 2020 carbon reduction targets
4.Five essential steps for identifying saving opportunities, prioritising them and developing investment cases based on short pay-back periods.
Stuart Reid, Managing Director (Projects), Mark Tarry, Chief Financial OfficerRecorded: Mar 19 201959 mins
On site energy centres can provide long-term cost and carbon savings, sheltering large energy users from rising energy costs and boosting sustainability through low carbon generation. Industrial sites and commercial property infrastructure are playing an increasing role in the decentralised energy system but technology is rapidly evolving, and no one solution suits all users. Businesses face a myriad of choices, from on-site heat and power generation and waste heat recovery to peaking plant to provide export services.
In this webinar, Stuart Reid and Mark Tarry from AMP Clean Energy will explain how businesses can still benefit from the transition to decentralised energy, despite a changing subsidy environment.
The webinar will consider what options are available to businesses looking to explore a switch to on-site generation, from choosing the best low carbon technology for your site’s needs to overcoming financial obstacles to secure investment.
You’ll also hear real-life examples of how the installation of an on-site peaking plant is helping a commercial property developer attract new tenants and how award-winning British grower Villa Nursery’s CHP plant has reduced their gas spend by £200,000 per annum, and the rewards they have reaped since its installation in 2017.
About AMP Clean Energy
AMP Clean Energy provides businesses with low-carbon heat and power solutions, with significant funding available to invest over the next five years in low carbon and clean tech energy projects. With investment in over 120 low carbon assets, their tailored solutions for high volume heat and electricity users provide long-term cost and carbon savings through fully financed, turnkey solutions.
•Stuart Reid, Managing Director (Projects), AMP Clean Energy
•Mark Tarry, Chief Financial Officer, AMP Clean Energy
•Case studies: Villa Nursery & Centric Power
Dan Hickman, Helen Gardner, Dan Connor, Herdial BibbyRecorded: Feb 1 201960 mins
Our webinar will take you through Ofgem’s proposed changes to the way in which major Network Charges such as Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) and Distribution Use of System (DUoS) are calculated. We will also look at the scenarios under which energy users may benefit under these major changes– and which may face cost increases.
Adam Pigott, Liz Morgan, Pri ShresthaRecorded: Sep 27 201859 mins
ESOS Phase 2 – are you compliant?
Now is the time to start thinking about ESOS Phase 2, become compliant and avoid fines of up to £235,000.
This webinar will highlight what you have to do for ESOS Phase 2 and ensure that you hit the deadline of 5th December 2019. You may think that December 2019 is a long time in the future but your data preparation period began 1st January this year.
So make sure that you tune in for Adam Pigott & Liz Morgan, Kinect Energy and Pri Shrestha, Energy Live News as they take you through the seven easy steps to ensure your compliance.
To sign up for this exclusive webinar, click on the ATTEND button in the panel below.
Andrew Donald, Simon Farr, Pri ShresthaRecorded: Sep 11 201850 mins
Simon Farr and Andrew Donald from Centrica Business Solutions discuss the findings from the Energy Advantage Report which spoke with over 1,000 respondents from six countries on their organisations’ attitudes to energy.
See how energy leadership has business benefits and those taking the lead are gaining a competitive edge.
Understand the ways to improve your energy efficiency and operational performance through the adoption of distributed energy solutions.
Daniel Hickman, Pri ShresthaRecorded: Sep 7 201842 mins
The Targeted Charging Review (TCR) and the Reform of Access Arrangements & Forward-Looking Charges proposed by Ofgem could be the largest ever changes proposed for Network Charges since market start-up.
We would like to share with you what we know about these proposals so far and how you can make your voice heard in these discussions.
There will be impacts (many companies will be charged more, some will be charged less) and we at npower Business Solutions want to ensure business customers have all the relevant information.
Pri Shrestha, Tim Wynn-JonesRecorded: Nov 28 201745 mins
As more businesses are beginning to feel the true impact of not having a dedicated Energy Resilience strategy, learn about the practical steps you can take to ensure your business is more energy resilient.
We will discuss
•What is Energy Resilience?
•The risks of non-resilience?
•How do I know if I am resilient?
•What do I need to do?
Join ELN's Pri Shrestha and Tim Wynn-Jones, Centrica Business Solutions as they take you through it.
Julian Keites, Priyanka ShresthaRecorded: Nov 23 201742 mins
Controlling your gas and power budgets through flexible procurement contracts? Well now you can for liquid fuels too: total fuel budget control. If you’re worried about your strategy for liquid fuels, Julian Keites of Kinect takes you through the new thinking on fuel price risk management…..and how you can make significant savings.
With emerging technologies, changing regulations and increasing pressure from the boardroom to help meet organisational goals, being an effective energy buyer has never been more challenging. However, one thing remains core – getting the right supply contract for your business.
Aimed at the energy buyers who want to make sure they are covering all of the basics, Total Gas & Power will highlight what you need to know and why.
Viewers will also receive a complimentary copy of the MEUC’s Contracting for Power and Gas training guide.
We will be running a special webinar on 31st March at 10 a.m.
Non-commodity charges are going up and are becoming a bigger part of your energy bills. The expert team from British Gas will join Chief Reporter, Pri Shrestha to discuss what’s changing and how you can start to alleviate these charges.