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    • For programme details, speakers, and to book visit: www.bsigroup.com/energymanagementconference 3rd Annual Conference and Workshop Energy Management 2010 16-17 September 2010 Regulatory compliance, standards Grange City Hotel, London and best practice Save money and the environment by improving Book now to receive a complimentary your energy efficiency: copy of BS EN 16001 at the conference Ask yourself the following question: is my business doing everything it can to cut energy consumption, costs and carbon emissions? If the answer is Sponsors: ‘no’ or ‘yes but’, it’s time to review your energy management system. 5 reasons why you can’t afford to miss this conference: • Hear from leading energy management experts involved in developing the latest standards • Get practical advice on improving your energy management processes and embedding relevant standards, such as BS EN 16001, ISO 14001 and the new ISO 50001 • Hear how other companies have improved their energy efficiency and cut costs • Find out about new regulatory incentives and the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme • Network with your industry peers over coffee or a glass of wine raising standards worldwide ™
    • Energy Management Regulatory compliance, standards and best practice Conference Programme 16 September 2010 Chair’s Introduction Effective delivery of BS EN 16001 Regulation update • BS EN 16001 – One year on through education and training Energy Management System • Overview and update • Why education and training is critical to achieving the standard Standard ISO 50001 Martin Fry • Why the new standard? Chairman, BS EN 16001 Committee, • How investment in education and training helps the bottom line • Overview of ISO 50001 Chairman, ESTA, Visiting Professor, City University, London • What forms of education and training might • Relationship with BS EN 16001 be relevant for the energy manager and • The UK response to the Draft his/her team International Standard (DIS) Keynote Sarah Beacock Martin Fry Cinderella is going to the ball: Professional Affairs Director, Chairman, BS EN 16001 Committee energy management as the number Energy Institute Chairman, ESTA, one energy priority Visiting Professor, City University London • DECC’s number one priority Discussion session CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme • Reflection on the past 10 years – what was missed and what we should learn Energy management qualification • Early days of implementation • Growing energy services demands requirements – Training & awareness • Understand how the CRC applies • Personality drive and energy management to different organizations • Current issues for the industry • Keeping up with new regulations • How to assess your organization's structure? Andrew Warren • Do you qualify for the CRC? Director, Sarah Beacock Association for the Conservation of Energy • CRC participant and information disclosure Professional Affairs Director, Energy Institute • Legal implications Energy management awareness Martin Fry Alessandra McConville Chairman, BS EN 16001 Committee CRC/Carbon Strategies Consultant Energy management systems – Chairman, ESTA, a vehicle for positive change Visiting Professor, City University London Case Study – London Underground: • Why implement the EnMS? John Mulholland Reducing the impact from the CRC • How it can help you to achieve the energy Director, Energy Efficiency Scheme efficiency goals and improve compliance NIFES Consulting Group • London Underground overview • Costs and challenges Vilnis Vesma • LU’s climate change strategy • Identifying job roles and responsibilities Director, • CRCEES impact Alan Aldridge Degree Days Direct Ltd - Assets Executive Director, - Corporate behaviour Energy Services and Technology Association - Employee engagement Energy management • The Carbon Trust Standard standards in practice Valuation of energy savings • The next steps • Need for objective assessment Web based templates for Martin Webb • Why performance indicators don't work BS EN 16001 compliance Climate Change Strategy Manager, • Vital clue in BS EN 16001 • A framework for compliance London Underground • Concept of 'avoided energy consumption' • Simpler remote auditing • Calculation methods • Document control made easy • Verification protocols • Allows time to focus on managing energy Vilnis Vesma Paul Martin Director, Director, Degree Days Direct Ltd TEAM Energy campaigns Case Study BS EN 16001 – Conference timings • Why employee engagement matters Implementation and integration Registration: 09:00 • Awareness in relation to BS EN 16001 into ISO 14001 Conference begins: 09:30 • Potential costs and savings • Northern Rail overview Conference closes: 17:00 • Motivation and awareness • Interpretation of the standard Please note, timings are provided for guidance • Key elements of effective campaigns only and may be subject to change. • Step by step integration of 16001 • Maintaining momentum into 14001 • Data, data, data Drinks reception: 17:00 John Mulholland Director, • Challenges & opportunities Delegates are cordially invited to a complimentary NIFES Consulting Group drinks reception at the close of the conference. Gareth Williams The drinks reception is an ideal forum for networking Energy Solutions Manager, opportunities and discussing the day’s findings. Northern Rail +44 (0)20 8996 9001 +44 (0)20 8996 7001 orders@bsigroup.com www.bsigroup.com/energymanagementconference
    • BSI Conference Series Workshop Programme 17 September 2010 Certification of Energy Management System – Practical Guidance Conference outline Energy is increasingly one of the most significant costs to a business. Increasing fuel prices, This conference and workshop describes the restrictions on carbon dioxide emissions and a growing awareness of an enterprise's carbon benefits and opportunities of embedding footprint is forcing companies of all sizes to focus on energy management. Many companies are energy management systems into your recognizing the importance of ensuring that that they have management systems in place to organization and how implementing identify, manage and minimize their energy usage. Clearly this leads to savings in costs, but it BS EN 16001 can help you identify further also demonstrates their corporate responsibility in regards to the environment. opportunities for efficiency and cost cutting. NQA has developed a one day training course specifically designed to help organisations understand and The event will also discuss whether ISO 14001 meet the requirements of BS EN 16001 and how to implement a suitable Energy Management System and BS EN 16001 could use the same approach (EnMS) or ensure that their existing system meets the requirements for the certification of the standard. to energy management and how they relate to each other.The programme provides an update • Introduction about the forthcoming ISO 50001, which • Legislative Background targets broad applicability across national • Development of energy standards economic sectors and could influence up • BS EN 16001:2009 to 60% of the world’s energy use. • EMS and EnMS: to combine or not to combine? • Managing Energy aspects Key speakers • Energy Management Systems (EnMS) Documentation Requirements Sarah Beacock • Series of practical exercises FEI, Professional Affairs Director, Andrew Burns-Warren Energy Institute Product Manager, Martin Fry NQA Chairman, BS EN 16001 Committee Who should attend? Chairman, ESTA, • Organizations considering implementing BS EN 16001 or wishing to understand the fundamentals Visiting Professor, • Organizations wishing to reduce energy costs. City University, London • Those responsible for implementing and maintaining a system into an organization. John Mulholland • Consultants or advisors involved in the design and implementation of energy management systems Director, NIFES Consulting Group Workshop timings Vilnis Vesma Director, Registration: 09:30 Workshop begins: 10:00 Workshop closes: 16:30 Degree Days Direct Ltd Please note, timings are provided for guidance only and may be subject to change. Who should attend? Sponsorship and partner opportunities • Energy managers We understand that different companies have different marketing and business objectives - that’s • Facilities managers why the sponsorship and exhibition opportunities we offer are truly bespoke and designed to meet • Environment officer/managers your needs and expectations. If you would like to engage with high-level delegates and industry • Energy engineers experts, whilst at the same time aligning your company with an award-winning brand, then we can • Energy consultants create a package that ticks all of your boxes. • Energy service providers If you are interested in promoting your company, its products or services at the conference, please • Finance directors contact Asky Desta on 020 8996 7371 or email conferences@bsigroup.com • Sustainability consultants If you would like to work with BSI on a contra basis as either a supporting organization or a media partner for the conference, please call 020 8996 7497 or email simon.anderson@bsigroup.com About BS EN 16001 Today more than ever, effective energy management is a crucial issue for the success of any business. For many, the answer is an Energy Management System (EnMS) – a framework for the systematic management of energy. As well as enhancing energy efficiency, an EnMS can cut costs and reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions providing you with a competitive advantage. EN 16001 represents the latest best practice in energy management building upon existing national standards and initiatives. The standard specifies the requirements for an EnMS to enable your organization to develop and implement a policy, identify significant areas of energy consumption and target energy reductions. EN 16001 is suitable for any organization – whatever your size, sector or geographical location. It is particularly relevant if you operate in an energy intensive industry or one facing GHG emission legislation. +44 (0)20 8996 9001 +44 (0)20 8996 7001 orders@bsigroup.com www.bsigroup.com/energymanagementconference
    • Energy Management 2010 FIVE EASY WAYS Regulatory compliance, standards and best practice TO BOOK 16 -17 September 2010 – Grange City Hotel, London DELEGATE DETAILS Online: www.bsigroup.com/energymanagementconference 1 Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs/Dr/Other First Name(s) Surname Email: Job Title Organization orders@bsigroup.com Address Postcode Country Telephone: Tel Fax +44 (0)20 8996 9001 Email Fax: BSI Membership No. (if applicable) +44 (0)20 8996 7001 PRICING Earlybird pricing Conference only Conference Mail: Please your selection(s) & workshop package Send your completed form to: 16 September 2010 16-17 September 2010 Customer Services Standard rate Non-member £319.00 + VAT £559.00 + VAT BSI 389 Chiswick High Road Standard rate Member* £287.10 + VAT £503.00 + VAT London SME rate2 Non-member £280.00 + VAT £520.00 + VAT W4 4AL SME rate2 Member* £252.00 + VAT £468.00 + VAT Please retain a copy for your records. Public sector/charity rate Non-member £239.00 + VAT £479.00 + VAT Public sector/charity rate Member £215.00 + VAT £431.00 + VAT Conference Information Standard pricing Conference only Conference Full joining instructions will be sent Booked after 20 July 2010 & workshop package upon receipt and confirmation of your Please your selection(s) 16 September 2010 16-17 September 2010 booking. If you have not received your Standard rate Non-member £399.00 + VAT £699.00 + VAT confirmed instructions within 3 days, please call Customer Services on Standard rate Member* £359.00 + VAT £629.00 + VAT +44 (0)20 8996 9001 to confirm your booking has been placed. 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Any request † An SME is defined as an organization that employs fewer than 250 persons and which have an annual turnover not received 19-0 working days before the start of the event will be subject to a transfer charge of 20% of the fee. exceeding £45.5 million. Cancellation * Member discount applies to members on provision of appropriate membership number or booking code on conference There is no charge for cancellations received no less than 40 working days before the start of the event. and/or workshop bookings Any cancellation received 39-16 working days before If you have 5 or more delegates, please contact +44 (0)20 8996 7409 for group package rates. the start of the event will be subject to a cancellation charge of 25% of the fee. Any cancellation received 15-0 working days before the start of the event will Total Payable: £ be subject to a cancellation charge of 100% of the fee. If a delegate fails to attend the event, the full fee is payable. 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