"Energy Challenges - For Europe And The UK`" - Free Webinar
Expert speakers in this free webinar will address the real issues caused by energy volatility and regulation across Europe.
Industry-leading speakers from Heinz and Ineos will explain how real initiatives have delivered genuine results across Europe.
Mark Dickinson, M&C Energy Group's Chief Exec, will discuss how a total view of your energy procurement strategy across markets can benefit your whole group.
This free webinar, hosted by Sumit Bose from Energy Live News, also gives YOU the chance to pose your questions to our expert panel.
RecordedMay 25 201259 mins
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A conjuntura atual permite economia de até 40% para as organizações que optam pelo mercado livre de energia, administrado pela Câmara de Comercialização de Energia Elétrica (CCEE).
De acordo com o presidente do Conselho de Administração da CCEE, Rui Altiere, “são 329 processos de adesão de consumidores livres e especiais em andamento. A maioria para ser concluída até março de 2016.”
Neste Webinar, descobriremos:
•Os fundamentos desta oportunidade
•O passo a passo para implementar ela na sua empresa
Sustainability reporting has become an increasingly important issue as stakeholders seek transparency from the organizations they support. Throughout Europe, mandatory reporting programs such as non-financial reporting and article 8 of the EED have taken shape through EU directives and have become a part of standard operating procedure for impacted organizations. While primarily a voluntary activity (GRI, CDP, GRESB) in the United States, sustainability reporting continues to gain momentum and support.
For this webinar, we’ll be joined by two leading, global organizations and will learn why they report, what programs they report to, and how they are turning reporting into action.
Mike O’Sullivan, Senior Vice President, Next Era Energy Resources
Mike O’Sullivan from NextEra Energy Resources will discuss his company’s ability to provide long term clean energy solutions that are economic, offering a host of renewable energy products from large scale wind and solar to onsite distributed generation solar and storage. NextEra Energy Resources has a broad portfolio of renewable energy assets and a large pipeline of projects to meet the needs of large C&I customers. Hear about their long history of providing value to renewable energy customers through success stories and how your
company can get involved.
Louise Wallis & Christopher White, Schneider Electric
Did you know retailers who leverage the full power of big data could increase their operating margins by as much as 60%!
Join our experts, Louise Wallis and Christopher White, as they discuss the energy big data challenges and uncover how you can achieve consumption and cost reduction through data analysis and right actions.
Why join us?
- Taking action can save money and increase efficiency
- Share practical tips on how to prioritise projects you know you want to do
- Bring clarity to energy data complexity
- Share best practices
Would you like to save 9.7% of your energy spend or more?
In this webinar, we'll discuss ways you can achieve energy savings and share practical tips on how to prioritize the projects you know you want to do and help you get started with a list of those projects that will deliver maximum return on investment or time committed.
In this session, we’ll be joined by representatives from Hewlett-Packard (HP), IKEA, and Owens Corning to discuss their organizations’ commitment to renewable and clean energy technologies. They’ll discuss how these technologies are helping them to improve their overall energy and sustainability programs, and how they achieved internal buy-in to pursue these alternative energy programs. Join us on Oct 8 at 2pm EDT.
Moderated by Mike Fraser, Schneider Electric, and joined by NextEra Energy Resources, Bloom Energy and SolarCity
In this session, moderated by Schneider Electric, we’ll take an inside look at the solutions powering the Renewable Revolution. We’ll be joined by NextEra Energy Resources, Bloom Energy, and SolarCity who will provide their insights, analysis, and outlook for the renewables and cleantech market. You’ll learn about the technologies and solutions they have developed and how they have helped end-users further their cleantech and renewable initiatives. Join us on Sept 22 at 11am EDT.
Rex Zhang, Sustainability Associate and David Hughes, Sustainability Manager
In this session we’ll examine how renewables and other clean technologies such as storage and fuel cells have shaken up the energy markets and how companies can join the rapidly growing “revolution.” We’ll look at current and evolving technologies and how companies are realizing significant financial savings, risk mitigation, and cost certainty through comprehensive renewable energy programs. We’ll also explore current savings opportunities available in various regions of the world. Join us at 2pm EDT on August 18.
Alisdair McDougall from Verdantix & John Hoekstra, Jessica Kipper & Jeff Floyd from Schneider Electric
Join Verdantix and Schneider Electric at 11AM EDT, 4PM BST on Monday, June 22nd, as we discuss strategies to solve enterprise energy and sustainability data management challenges.
Alisdair McDougall from Verdantix will discuss his research on energy and sustainability business issues and market opportunities:
- Why Big Energy Data is useless without actionable game plans
- Why 9 out of 10 sustainability leaders admit their firms need to improve energy performance
- Why data management should be item #1 on energy and sustainability agendas
- How many sustainability leaders intend to report on supply chain sustainability performance in 2015
Schneider Electric will present:
- Benefits of integrating energy and sustainability data
- Best practices in acquiring disparate data streams
- Making decisions and driving action through an enterprise energy and sustainability solution
Ahora tiene una buena oportunidad de lograr ahorros significativos debido al entorno de bajos precios actual en los mercados energéticos. Pero, los proveedores de energía deben equilibrar las necesidades de los clientes con su propia necesidad de impulsar los ingresos y maximizar ganancias. A veces, este proceso se desequilibra. En mercados liberalizados, una competencia intensa puede conducir a ventas y actividades de marketing agresivas que pueden interferir con la capacidad de una empresa para tomar decisiones de compra informadas y conducir realmente a mayores costos.
Únase a nosotros para conocer el estado actual del mercado y las opciones destacadas disponibles para usted con el fin de poder elegir la estrategia de compra más adecuada para su negocio
Right now you have a good chance to achieve significant savings due to the current low price environment in the energy markets. But, energy suppliers must balance meeting customer needs with their own need to drive revenue and maximise profit. Sometimes, that process becomes unbalanced. In deregulated areas of the country markets, intense competition can lead to aggressive sales and marketing activities which can interfere with a company’s ability to make truly informed buying decisions and lead to higher costs.
Join us as we investigate the current state of the market and outline options available to you in order to choose the right buying strategy for your business.
Right now you have a good chance to achieve significant savings due to the current low price environment in the energy markets. But, there is a danger for energy buyers even when the price seems low. In these conditions, offers of savings are flying around, people are locking prices and energy suppliers are putting lower price offers in customers' hands. It's very easy to be content delivering any savings story to your leadership, but many buyers are still leaving money on the table.
Join our energy experts for a deep dive into buying strategies that every energy buyer should employ and hear tips for navigating the markets in a low energy market. A live Q&A session will follow the discussion.
Your presenters each have 15+ years of energy buying experience and are excited to share with you the signs to look for as you negotiate with energy suppliers.
Tom Muddell, Host and Emcee
Energy Sourcing Manager
West Region, USA
Regional Market Manager
Regional Market Manager
La Unión Europea definió un objetivo ambicioso para mejorar la Eficiencia Energética de un 20% en 2020.
La nueva Directiva para la Eficiencia Energética (DEE) ofrece algunas de las mejores prácticas sobre la manera de identificar las iniciativas con mayor potencial para mejorar la eficiencia, como priorizar las inversiones en proyectos de EE, y cómo garantizar que se accede a potenciales incentivos. Las medidas clave incluyen la realización de auditorías energéticas, el diseño de un sistema de monitorización de datos, la instalación de contadores inteligentes, el buen uso de los conocimientos especializados del sector, y mantenerse en la cima de la legislación nacional.
¿Qué significa para su negocio? Atienda a nuestro webinar EED – ISO50001, dónde vamos a explicar qué oportunidades están disponibles a través de la Directiva para la eficiencia energética, y también el papel de la ISO 50001.
16.00 Directiva para la Eficiencia Energética –
Juan Alberto Pizarro, Responsable de Estandarización y innovación, Schneider Electric
16.15 ISO50001 – Principios, objetivos, requisitos y beneficios
Juan Manuel Sánchez, Director de Eficiencia Energética, AENOR
16.35 Caso de éxito de La Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid
Javier Dufour, Profesor Titular – Responsable de Energía, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Depuis le 4 juillet 2014, plus de 10.000 entreprises en France de +250 personnes ou +50 M€ de chiffre d’affaires - 80 000 en Europe - sont impactées par la Directive européenne sur l’Efficacité Energétique transposée dans la Loi DDADUE en France. Elle organise une action majeure d'amélioration de la performance énergétique sur la base d'audits énergétiques ou la mise en place d'un système de management de l'énergie ISO 50001. Pour Schneider Electric, l'ISO 50001 est LA réponse à la maîtrise des coûts énergétiques, mobilisant tous les acteurs de l'entreprise et bénéficiant d'un engagement fort de sa Direction. Avec la certification ISO 50001 - et cela quel que soit votre domaine d’activité tertiaire ou industriel - vous disposez d’un exceptionnel levier d'amélioration de votre compétitivité.
Ce webinaire, dédié aux entreprises françaises - SA, SARL, EPIC, GIE etc. - éligibles à la loi DDADUE, vous présentera les dernières évolutions de cette réglementation, l’approche méthodologique de la norme ISO 50001, ainsi que les facteurs-clés de réussite d'une certification ISO 50001.
Alex Richards, Business Manager, Schneider Electric
The European Union has set an ambitious goal of improving energy efficiency by 20% by 2020. The new Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) offers some best practices on how to identify initiatives with the greatest potential to improve efficiency, how to prioritise efficiency investment and how to ensure available incentives are accessed. Key measures include conducting energy audits, designing a data monitoring system, installing smart meters, utilising industry expertise and staying on top of national legislation.
So what does it mean to your business? Listen to our 50 minute Masterclass where we will outline what opportunities are available through the Energy Efficiency Directive including the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) and ISO50001.
10.00 Global Trends – Energy Management & Sustainability
Alex Richards, Business Manager, Schneider Electric
10.10 European Energy Efficiency Directive – What does it mean?
Snezhina Mileva, Head of Solution Services (EMEA),Schneider Electric
10.30 ISO50001 & Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme
Maureen Bray, Head of UK Compliance, Schneider Electric
La gestion de l’énergie est un enjeu croissant pour le secteur immobilier, dont les acteurs ont entamé une transition remarquée dans la voie du développement durable. Pour satisfaire leurs grands locataires et préserver la valeur de leurs actifs, ils se sont, ces dernières années, lancés dans des démarches de certifications de leurs bâtiments et de suivi de leurs consommations.
Cependant, alors que les contraintes réglementaires et les exigences des preneurs en matière de performance verte s’accélèrent, suivre les tendances ou tenter des expérimentations isolées ne garantit plus la pérennité de son parc. La définition d’une stratégie verte globale et le déploiement de services énergétiques innovants deviennent des impératifs métier.
Ce webinaire, dédié aux acteurs du monde de l’immobilier, vous apportera, dans le cadre d’un programme global de gestion de l’énergie et de performance durable, nos réponses aux questions suivantes :
- Quelles sont les composantes d’une stratégie verte équilibrée pour les 5 années à venir, via une double approche parc et actif ?
- Quels nouveaux outils permettent de collecter les données RSE de son parc et d’en faire un levier pour se différencier de la concurrence ?
- Quelle approche rationnelle permet de préparer sereinement la rénovation de ses actifs ?
Would you like to save up to 5% of your annual energy budget? All for no up-front investment?
Many organisations are aware of Triad charges but often are unable to avoid them. Sites which could negate charges, often have challenges with existing resilience, lack of control and aging infrastructure.
Find out all you need to know about Triad charges, the impact on your business and how, with no up-front investment, you can save up to 5% of your annual energy budget, during this one hour webinar.
Global Trends - Energy Management & Sustainability
Barry Hurst, Sales Management, Schneider Electric
The Energy Challenge - what can we do?
Stuart Donnelly, Head of Solution Services, EMEA, Schneider Electric
Innovation in Smart Load Management
Alex Richards, Business Development Manager, Schneider Electric
Energy Procurement, Sustainability, Management and Performance
Schneider Electric is the global specialist in energy management and automation. With revenues of €25 billion in FY2014, our 170,000 employees serve customers in over 100 countries, helping them to manage their energy and process in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable. From the simplest of switches to complex operational systems, our technology, software and services improve the way our customers manage and automate their operations. Our connected technologies will reshape industries, transform cities and enrich lives.
It’s apropos that the application is at the center of disruptive innovation. It is the momentum changer, providing both critical mass and atmospheric-shattering velocity. And any company can disrupt their industry or any adjacent industry, if they create the right application. The stack abides. Does this application focus change since there are a multitude of shifting possibilities provided by software-defined infrastructure?
In this session, we will discuss how to monitor your application stack with discipline to keep the application stack optimal.
·How do I manage applications efficiently and effectively in the ever-changing Software Defined Data Center?
·How do I put into practice skills and techniques to ensure acceptable Quality-of-Service (QoS) in a continuous service integration and continuous service delivery environment?
Tips for Recognizing Key Data Center Trends and When to Incorporate SDDC into Your Data Center Architecture
In the evolutionary journey of the enterprise data center, key inflection points drive adoption of new technologies such as virtualization, converged infrastructure, cloud, and containers. As business demands drive faster IT acceleration and innovation, new architectures have emerged giving rise to the Software Defined Data Center. Join this webinar to gain knowledge and understanding of the key trends affecting today’s data center, the components of a SDDC, and what you need to know to align your data center plans with the future of your business.
Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Brett Azuma from 451 Research will interview Julian Kudritzki, COO of Uptime Institute and John Sheputis, President of Infomart Data Centers about how organizations use Uptime Institute’s Efficient IT to seize opportunities to innovate while reducing their environmental impact and meeting a variety of business and sustainability goals.
India’s future energy needs are likely to grow more than any other country in the period to 2040. Energy consumption is predicted to more than double by 2040, with a consequent growth in the use of coal and oil.
India’s coal fleet is relatively young, predominantly subcritical but with a large tranche of future capacity planned or under construction. However, the planned future capacity is largely supercritical, rather than the current state-of-the-art ultra-supercritical technology that has been extensively proven in other countries. Indian projections and current policy seem to indicate that this trend will continue in the near future. This appears to be a missed opportunity for India to have the most efficient and modern plant to drive her economic growth; lower efficiency plant built in preference to the best high efficiency low emission (HELE) alternatives now would be “locked in” to the generating sector for the lifetime of that plant, possibly forty years.
The choice of subcritical, and now supercritical plant, over more advanced options is attributed to a cautious and conservative approach, gathering “home grown” experience on plant performance and maintenance in the light of challenges posed by India’s high ash coal resource. While this was undoubtedly a reasonable approach where power generation technologies were developed and built using regional skills and facilities, in the modern globalised power market a huge body of experience exists in dealing with all types of coal and manufacturers are prepared to design and offer high performance plant to burn even the most difficult coals, with full commercial guarantees. Fortunately, recent developments show that the Indian market is becoming more receptive to ultra-supercritical as the technology of first choice, but there is still much to be done to avoid the Indian coal fleet becoming locked into mainly supercritical plant.
Join us on September 20th to learn how intelligence can be used to improve your building and overall business. Hear from Procurement and IT managers at Liberty Hardware as they share their experiences on transforming their facility with networked lighting.
By exploring the areas of intersection between nuclear safety and nuclear security, the objective of this webinar is to identify how more effective protection of people and the environment can be achieved when nuclear safety and nuclear security are integrated a strategic, operational, and cultural level.
Countries are increasingly facing individuals “inspired” to commit violent acts against their fellow countrymen and governments. These individuals are often referred to as Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVEs). The term HVE includes any citizen who advocates, is engaged in, or is preparing to engage in ideologically-motivated terrorist activities to further political or social objectives. The objective of this webinar is to identify the current and future threat of radicalised individuals and how this might impact the nuclear industry.
The objective of this webinar is to take lessons learned from our WINS workshop on Countering Homegrown Violent Extremism in the Nuclear Sector and identify measures for mitigating the threat posed by radicalised individuals through behavioural observation. A real-life case scenario will be presented and lessons learned will be applied to the nuclear industry.
Join us on September 13, 2016 at 16:00 CET for our first webinar of the series following our May 2016 workshop on Countering Homegrown Violent Extremism in the Nuclear Sector. Mr. Jim Snyder will identify lessons learned from the In Amenas terrorist attack and how the associated security recommendations could be applied to the nuclear industry.