See below details of the 2015 agenda and exhibitors.
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aM&T 2015 – ESTA’s 13th automatic Monitoring & Targeting (aM&T) conference and exhibition
Welcome and Introduction
Tony Taylor, Director TTUtilities and Chair ESTA’s Metering and Monitoring Group
SESSION ONE: aM&T – your primary management tool for identifying and reducing energy consumption.
This session will detail the three key elements of an aM&T system and provide expert and end user insight into aM&T uses and benefits for keeping track of, and on top of, your energy consumption.
Case Study: Achieving energy reductions across a University portfolio.
How the University of Leicester is using aM&T systems to identify and reduce energy consumption. Where the greatest wins occurred and how detailed the monitoring and targeting can become.
Chrispal Anand, Carbon & Energy Manager, University of Leicester
LEDs or aM&T? Given the choice, companies will choose LEDs every time.
Understand the reasons why and what to do to get aM&T to the top of your company’s energy saving agenda.
Howard Stark, Chairman, Stark Software International
Case Study: How aM&T is central to any continuing energy reduction strategy.
Affecting change on a UK-wide level; how data access, analysis and connected thinking keeps track of your assets, targets and energy use.
Jack Collins, National Energy Manager, Cofely
HOSTED ENERGY CLINIC – Aylesford Suite
Lisa Gingell, Director, t-mac technologies
From the meter to the screen, your guide to aM&T.
The tools you need to manage a successful automated monitoring and targeting campaign.
SESSION TWO: Technology advancements, life-cycles and practical application.
R&D helps produce tailored solutions and innovative products with greater efficiency, reliability and functionality. But what are the real benefits? Does new necessarily mean better?
Case Study: ESOS (Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme)
With less than 10months until the first reporting cycle needs to be completed, private sector organisations are dealing with assessments, audits and gaining board awareness and sign off. What should your 2015 requirements be and have you considered the next three years?
Louise Hall, Energy Manager, Asda
HOSTED ENERGY CLINIC – Aylesford Suite
Richard Hipkiss, Director digitalenergy
ESOS, CRC, CCA: An evidence based approach to compliance with M&T
Global Markets – Technology advancements and you.
With greater integration and a plethora of products, how are technology improvements and international standards ensuring your piece of mind and safeguarding future developments.
Kris Szjadzicki, Chairman, ND Meters
aM&T+ How behavioural change and staff engagement enhances your automatic monitoring and targeting solution.
Making the most of technology relies on practical application. But how do you turn staff into energy efficiency champions? How do you create an internal campaign that generates awareness as well as results?
Ian Clark, Marketing Manager, NetThings
SESSION THREE: Keeping you up-to-date with the latest developments.
This session will detail what’s happening in the market and help you engage with industry stakeholders.
Energy Outlook – what’s happening in the market?
With such a volatile start to 2015, what will be the impact on the UK energy market over the short and medium term?
Andrew Park, Director, Swan Energy.
Moving Forward with evolving aM&T developments
What is ‘soft landings’ and how can its application and adoption assist with post-handover performance contracting. And an update on the CIBSE TM39 Building Energy Metering Guide.
Ian Orme, Business Manager, Sustainable Construction Group, BSRIA
How can ESTA’s Metering and Monitoring Group support those on the front line of energy management and reduction?
Led by the Chairman
aM&T provider panel session.
Service providers answer your burning questions, share experiences and provide insight into energy solutions.
See the 2015 exhibitor list below.
RPEC – Register of Professional Energy Consultants | www.efficiency.energyinst.org/rpec
020 7467 7100 | firstname.lastname@example.org