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    • Energy Intensive Industries: Levy Exemptions and Brexit Impacts
      Energy Intensive Industries: Levy Exemptions and Brexit Impacts Arjan Geveke (BEIS), Chris Dye (NSG Pilkington), Jamie Tabord (Inspired Energy) Recorded: Sep 17 2018 2:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Government recognises that the increase in delivered electricity prices caused through the recovery of environmental levies on industrial energy consumers’ bills threatens to reduce the competitiveness of UK businesses in international markets.

      This particularly impacts our most energy intensive industries.

      To address this, a new exemption scheme from April 2018 provides relief to industries whose global competitiveness is most at risk. Eligible businesses may apply for a partial exemption from the costs of funding the Contracts for Difference and Renewables Obligation. Successful applicants are also, automatically, eligible for relief from Feed-In-Tariff costs.

      But does this go far enough?

      Government has recently consulted on widening the scheme - how do we strike the balance between supporting British industry and avoiding a heavy financial burden on those who are not eligible for the exemptions?

      And how does this tie into policy making for Brexit, British exports and the wider Industrial Strategy?

      Join our webinar to hear directly from Arjan Geveke, the Associate Director of Energy Policy (Productivity Team) at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy as he outlines government's understanding of what industrial energy consumers need and how the policymakers plan to support these sectors.

      With response from NSG Pilkington - a major glass manufacturer affected by these issues and insight on market trends and consumer activity from Inspired Energy, this promises to be a lively and highly informative discussion.

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    • Drive Bottom Line Savings Through Effective Energy Management
      Drive Bottom Line Savings Through Effective Energy Management Mark Gouldstone & Gary Brown BSI Group, David Kerr, Energy Management Consultant, The Technology Centre Recorded: Mar 6 2014 3:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • With the back drop of rising energy costs, cash-strapped organisations across all industries have one unanimous goal: saving money on their energy bills.

      Through effective energy management, you can significantly reduce your energy consumption, meet government targets and ensure bottom-line savings.

      In this live ENDS webinar we take a detailed look at the challenges around energy management and offer inspirational case studies and actionable insights to help you take control of your organisation’s energy consumption.

      Tune in live for:

      •An update on the current political debate on energy prices, new government regulations and future outlook
      •A candid look at how the right energy management system can help you save money, reduce risk and increase income
      •Real life examples on how to drive behavioural change and embed effective energy management across your entire organisation
      •Advanced tips on monitoring and measurement to improve efficiency

      Mark Gouldstone & Gary Brown BSI Group
      David Kerr, Energy Management Consultant, The Technology Centre
      Moderated by Alison Carter, Editor, The ENDS Report

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    • The Future of Building Energy Management Solutions
      The Future of Building Energy Management Solutions John Raspin, Partner, Energy & Environment Recorded: Sep 10 2013 3:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    • Next-generation solutions for energy management are being driven by the convergence of technology and competition. Energy will never be cheap again and efficiency will stay at the heart of building management. Meanwhile, integration and connectivity are driving sustainability by allowing buildings to be managed by actionable data. This briefing will investigate the future market landscape and where future growth opportunities will come from.

      Why You Should Attend:

      - Hear Frost & Sullivan's vision for the future of building energy management
      - Identify future competitive dynamics
      - Consider future business models for success

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    • Solutions for Energy Management and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in the ICT field
      Solutions for Energy Management and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in the ICT field Jean-Marc Alberola, Fadri Casty & Tereza Lévová, Berina Delalic Recorded: Apr 27 2017 10:00 am UTC 61 mins
    • ICTFOOTPRINT.eu is organising its 5th webinar on 27th April 2017, 12:00 CEST to help you manage the energy consumed by ICT and know how Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) can guide you to make your ICT more sustainable. All those who want to become more sustainable in ICT are welcome to join us in this exciting webinar.

      Jean-Marc Alberola, Group Energy Strategy leader at Airbus & Vice Chairman of ETSI ISG OEU (Industry Specification Group Operational Energy Efficiency For Users). Jean-Marc will speak about the work developed by ETSI ISG-OEU, operative KPIs that enable the monitoring of the energy management performance in data centres and ICT sites. After a short description of the global KPI DCEM, the presentation will focus on the implementation of these KPI’s in an industrial area of corporate ICT sites.

      Fadri Casty & Tereza Lévová, both from EcoInvent, , the world's most consistent & transparent Life Cycle Inventory database. The ecoinvent database provides well documented process data for thousands of products, helping you make truly informed decisions about their environmental impact. Fadri and Tereza will demonstrate the value of doing LCA on ICT equipment.

      Berina Delalic, from multEE will introduce the Monitoring & Verification Platform (MVP), a web based tool developed to calculate and store data about energy and CO2 savings resulting from implemented energy efficiency measures. Having in mind central role of ICT especially in the commercial sector, some methods are developed for improving ICT’s energy efficiency, and therefore achieving CO2 emission reduction. The presentation will show how MVP can be used for measuring results from the activities that enable more efficient use of energy for ICT in commercial buildings.

      The webinar will be moderated by Silvana Muscella (Project Coordinator of ICTFOOTPRINT.eu and CEO of Trust-IT Services) who has broad experience in stimulating topics in the ICT sector.

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    • The New IT Operating Model: Why an Architect's Role is Key to Agile & DevOps
      The New IT Operating Model: Why an Architect's Role is Key to Agile & DevOps Richard Sey, Head of Development Operations (DevOps), Siemens Energy Management; Mark Daly, Client Architect, MuleSoft Recorded: May 2 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • With their unique position at the centre of an organization, Architects can play a pivotal role to usher digital evolution and transformation in-line with business and IT objectives, including the adoption of Agile, DevOps and other disruptive paradigms.

      Join Richard Sey, Head of Development Operations (DevOps), Siemens Energy Management, and Mark Daly, Client Architect, MuleSoft, on January 18 at 10am (GMT) for a live webinar as they look at the key role of the Architect in achieving the new IT Operating model. It will cover:

      - A working example from Siemens Energy Management on how they have realised the new IT Operating Model from a business and Architect's perspective to drive operational efficiency, cutting development time by half
      - A view of Enterprise Architecture and DevOps from a leader in the field
      - What an organization needs to support delivery of the new IT Operating Model, including the creation of a Centre for Enablement (C4E), which has reduced dependency on Central IT in the Lines of Business at Siemens by 25%

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    • UNEP FI on Climate Disclosure, Fiduciary Duty & Energy Efficiency Investment
      UNEP FI on Climate Disclosure, Fiduciary Duty & Energy Efficiency Investment Remco Fischer, Martin Schoenberg & Elodie Feller Recorded: Apr 18 2018 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    • Financial institutions have a key role to play in implementing the Paris Climate Agreement and realizing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

      In this session, UN Environment’s Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) will present its experiences with three key ongoing work streams related to the achievement of the world’s agreed goals.

      Remco Fischer, Programme Lead, Climate Change, will present on the financial institutions piloting the Task-Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures recommendations and on the Portfolio Decarbonisation Coalition.

      Martin Schoenberg, Energy Efficiency Project Coordinator, will present UNEP FI’s cooperation with the European Commission and G20 to scale up energy efficiency investment.

      Elodie Feller, Industry Lead, Investment, will present recent work on assessing fiduciary duty and its linkages to ESG in key markets.

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    • Energy costs in a volatile market - measuring, maximising & managing
      Energy costs in a volatile market - measuring, maximising & managing Sumit Bose, Energy Live News Recorded: Nov 26 2013 2:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • Various activities have resulted in unprecedented fluctuations in the worldwide energy markets. This affects the prices your business is currently paying. With such a complex market how can you be sure your business is paying the most competitive rates? Our webinar will outline areas where you can save money and take advantage of such a volatile market as well as uncover just how common hidden mistakes can be. It will also explain how easy it is to become legislation compliant, while improving performance and not having to spend large amounts of money.
      There will also be opportunities to put direct questions to the panel to gain further insight.


      Energy Procurement : Risk Management
      James Williams – Schneider Electric
      - Risk management principles and procurement objectives
      - Contract types (Fixed vs Flexible Price Purchasing)
      - Risk/reward profiles of various procurement strategies

      Don’t Just Accept Your Energy Bills; Hidden Errors Are More Common Than You Think – Samantha Wyllie – Schneider Electric, Client Manager
      - Do you know what opportunities are available to reduce energy and water costs?
      - Cost control

      Beyond the Smart Meter – Where The Energy Challenge Lies
      Cass Swallow – Schneider Electric
      - Knowing how and where to find energy efficiencies
      - The opportunity afforded through Smart Grid’s Response
      - Unlocking the energy challenge budget

      Sustainability and Energy Reporting
      Andy Dewis – Sustainability Director, Schneider Electric – Professional Services
      - Customise your experience
      - Know your spend & usage
      - Track performance
      - Manage projects & scenarios
      - Control your environmental impact
      - Monitor the markets

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    • IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Oil & Gas 2019 Predictions
      IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Oil & Gas 2019 Predictions Kevin Prouty, Vice President, IDC Energy Insights Upcoming: Dec 12 2018 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • In this IDC FutureScape presentation, the IDC Worldwide Oil & Gas team discusses the key predictions that will impact CIOs and IT professionals in the worldwide oil & gas industry over the next one to five years. Senior IT leaders and line-of-business executives will come away with guidance for managing the implications these predictions harbor for their IT investment priorities and implementation strategies.

      About IDC FutureScape
      IDC FutureScape reports are used to shape enterprise IT strategy and planning by providing a basic framework for evaluating IT initiatives in terms of their value to business strategy now and in the foreseeable future. IDC's FutureScapes are comprised of a set of predictions designed to identify a range of pending issues that CIOs and senior technology professionals will confront within a typical five-year business planning cycle. Each prediction is assessed based on its impact (a mix of cost and complexity to address) and time frame to expected stated adoption level.

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