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The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas
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The Carbon Conversation, February 2010: Energy360, British Gas

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On 2nd February 2010, a group of individuals united by a mutual interest in the environment met to talk about corporate carbon. The event was hosted at The Duke of Cambridge – an organic pub …

On 2nd February 2010, a group of individuals united by a mutual interest in the environment met to talk about corporate carbon. The event was hosted at The Duke of Cambridge – an organic pub accredited by the Soil Association and powered by solar and wind energy – and featured a series of 5 minute (Ignite-style) presentations.

This presentation on the corporate carbon journey was given by Delvin Lane, Head of Energy 360, British Gas.

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  • 1. Successful Carbon Management Delvin LaneHead of Energy360<br />
  • 2. Discuss<br /><ul><li>Why Carbon Management is important?
  • 3. The worries of an Energy Manager
  • 4. What will your ‘Carbon Journey’ look like?</li></ul> <br />
  • 5. We are not good at foreseeing the future<br />“What could be more palpably absurd than the prospect of locomotives travelling twice as fast as stagecoaches”<br />The Quarterly Review, March 1825<br />“The horse is here to stay, but the automobile is only a novelty – a fad”<br />Advice to Henry Ford’s Lawyer, 1922<br />
  • 6. We are not good at foreseeing the future<br />“Well informed people know that it is impossible to transmit the voice over wires and were that it were possible to do so, it would be of no practical value”<br />Editorial in the Boston Post, 1865<br />“I think there is a market for about 5 computers”<br />Thomas J.Watson, Chairman of the Board IBM, 1943<br />
  • 7. Stewardship<br />What Drives an Organisation?<br />
  • 8. The demand for energy services<br />Increasing energy Decreasing energy <br />services demandservices demand<br /><ul><li>Government legislation </li></ul> and targets<br /><ul><li>Cost
  • 9. CSR
  • 10. Energy price uncertainty
  • 11. Recession</li></li></ul><li>Examples of Press Activity <br />
  • 12. Climate change coverage in nationals<br /><ul><li>48% increase FY06/07 to FY 07/08</li></li></ul><li>‘LEADING THE MARKET’<br />5<br />4<br />‘RAISING THE CEILING’<br />3<br />‘EXPANDING THE VISION’<br />2<br />‘IMPROVING THE FLOOR’<br />1<br />‘MINIMUM COMPLIANCE’<br />What is climate change leadership?<br />Real Leadership<br />‘Taking Part’<br />Operational<br />Strategic<br />
  • 13. ‘LEADING THE MARKET’<br />5<br />4<br />‘RAISING THE CEILING’<br />3<br />‘EXPANDING THE VISION’<br />2<br />‘IMPROVING THE FLOOR’<br />1<br />‘MINIMUM COMPLIANCE’<br />What is climate change leadership?<br />Real Leadership<br />Where is your business?<br />‘Taking Part’<br />Operational<br />Strategic<br />
  • 14. 5<br />4<br />3<br />2<br />1<br />Size Of The Prize<br />High<br />20%+<br /> 3+ yr PB<br />CRC Performance<br />Saving Potential<br />2-3 yr Payback<br />10%<br />Low<br />&lt;2 yr Payback<br />
  • 15. The worries of an Energy Manager<br />
  • 16. 1. Energy data accuracy<br />£<br />kWh<br />CO2<br />Solutions:<br /><ul><li> Smart Meters
  • 17. aM&T
  • 18. Forecasting tools
  • 19. Bill validation services</li></li></ul><li>2. Getting people to do stuff<br />Solutions:<br /><ul><li>Culture Change
  • 20. Performance related
  • 21. Communication campaigns
  • 22. Supported from the top
  • 23. Development of KPi’s and benchmarks </li></li></ul><li>3. Spend to save<br />Solutions:<br /><ul><li> No cost projects first
  • 24. Good Business case development
  • 25. Performance contracts and partnership working
  • 26. Development of a long term strategy</li></li></ul><li>4. Legislation<br />Solutions:<br /><ul><li> Good networks
  • 27. Identify your energy partner
  • 28. Sharing best practice</li></li></ul><li>Where To Start<br />
  • 29. Where To Start<br />Complete energy<br />solution<br />Energy <br />Partnership<br />CHP / Renewables<br />Equipment & Installation<br />Analysis & Targeting<br />Energy Audits<br />Maintenance & Management<br />Energy Supply Contracts<br />Metering & Monitoring<br />
  • 30. In Summary<br />Direction & vision must come from the top<br />Gather as much data/information as possible<br />Talk to each other<br />Use your collective influence/size<br />Share advice/best practice<br />Understand the prize & set achievable targets<br />
  • 31. Thank you for listening<br />

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