Did you know that British businesses could save an estimated £7.7 billion a year by saving energy?
Discover how at the ACTIVE-ENERGY seminar 2012
In association with energy provider E.ON, E3G the Government’s policy advisor on the Green Deal, the Energy Savings Trust, and renewable energy equipment manufacturer Dulas, facilities management specialist Ian Williams is delighted to offer a unique opportunity to explore holistic approaches to energy management leading to long term savings within the corporate building environment.
We would like to invite you to a free half day seminar which will provide guidance and debate on the major challenges in managing buildings around carbon reduction, fuel cost increases, affordable warmth and grant access. The event will provide a unique opportunity for private and public sector clients, consultants and managing agents.
Free half-day ACTIVE-ENERGY seminar on
Date: 8th February 2012
Time: 9am – 1pm. Coffee and networking and then commencement at 9:30am
Venue: Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff, CF10 5AL
RSVP to email@example.com or call 0845 459 4571
Mike Turner, Development Director comments: “It is estimated that British businesses spend between £50,000 and £3million on their annual energy bills and this is set to increase given rising energy costs. According to research from energy provider E.On nearly four million of the UK’s 4.8 million small to medium-sized businesses are potentially missing out on savings of up £2,000 per year each by not implementing energy efficiency measures, such as lighting timers and energy monitors.
“Businesses are being encouraged to take a holistic approach to energy management in order to achieve long-term savings within the corporate building environment. With the Green Deal, which is the Government’s initiative to reduce carbon omissions by 80 per cent down on 1990 levels, just around the corner the public and private sector are set to play a key role in helping to achieve this target.
“But a survey by E.On has found that just 21 per cent of firms use energy efficient technology to reduce their business energy bills. Just over 80 per cent have no energy monitor installed, and 13 per cent leave windows and doors open while running air conditioning.
“Businesses really need to start to decide on an approach to energy management if they are going to tackle rising costs effectively. It’s not just about insulating buildings or encouraging staff to turn lights off; it’s about taking a holistic approach to lead to long-term savings. This involves focusing on exploring energy generation through renewable sources, as well as efficient building performance and addressing building-user behaviour in affecting energy consumption.”