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Energy on the agenda in Birmingham

26 August 2009

With energy procurement and management high on the boardroom agenda, The Energy Event from 9-10 September at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham is must for FMs with energy responsibilities.

The Energy Event 2009 is the UK’s leading annual exhibition and associated conferences that focuses solely on energy procurement, management and efficiency, including water efficiency.The event will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on the 9th and 10th September and will host over 100 exhibitors split over three floors in seven exhibition rooms and a top class conference programme that is provided by the main bodies in the industry.

The Energy Services Directive, The Carbon Reduction Commitment and ongoing nuclear power debate will be top of the agenda for 2009/10.  These important legislative reforms will be explored in depth, debated and interpreted.  The Energy Event is ideal for those looking for more  information and advice on energy procurement, management and efficiency (including water efficiency).


Energy Insight, the headline conference at The Energy Event, brings together leading experts and commentators in the fields of economics, climate change, energy policy & security, nuclear industry, demand management and carbon reduction.

ESTA in conjunction with CIBSE will be presenting six one hours seminars during the course of The Energy Event.

MEUC: The chaos confronting large business energy users will be highlighted during the Afternoon Conferences arranged by the Major Energy Users’ Council.The main problems concern the refusal by suppliers to quote for electricity and gas contracts because of poor customer credit ratings and the substantial penalties which will be imposed if businesses fail to register for the Carbon Reduction Commitment or monitor their carbon footprint from April 2010. The MEUC will report on the activities of its Energy Credit Task Force which brings together insurers, suppliers and customers to provide and analyse more up-to-date financial information. A Winter Outlook session will examine likely prices and security of supply issues. It will also launch its new Energy Academy which will focus on “Responsible Carbon Management” for buyers, managers and other professionals who need to keep abreast of future legislation.

Envirowise and the Water Technology List will be hosting a seminar at The Energy Event which will focus on how businesses can reduce water bills by up to 50% by adopting a systematic approach to water management.

CIBSE: Presentations - Jacqueline Balian MD, CIBSE Services, introduces a session on the big bites we can take to reach the zero carbon target. Stephen Lisk, President of SLL, Lighting the key to significant carbon savings: offering detailed plans for cutting out the waste. Paul De Court - Part L 2010 - a new level of legal requirement will need a new wave of solutions: outlining what to expect and how to prepare. Darren Bryant, Efficient Air – Cooling the elephant: a key to mammoth savings if enforced.

EIC is breaking away from the traditional seminar format at this year’s Energy Event by holding informal ‘Ask the Experts’ sessions.

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