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The Energy Event, addressing energy efficiency, management and procurement

23 June 2011

Corporate energy users are under intense pressure to reduce energy bills, cut costs and minimise wastage. Spiralling energy bills have sent energy consumption to the top of the boardroom agenda, and environment and energy managers are tasked with finding solutions to cutting these costs.

The Energy Event helps unravel the myriad of approaches needed and addresses these issues through its highly focussed and professionally led and free to attend exhibition and conference programme. Register your interest at and quote: PFMN

On September 13-14, the Birmingham NEC will fill with energy managers and energy procurement professionals learning from peers in a series of 50 client-led case studies including The Olympic Delivery Authority, BASF, Marks & Spencer, Travis Perkins, Polyflor, BT and Arup. New solutions to energy problems will be offered by the 150 solution providers including all of UK’s major suppliers and brokers.

The Energy Event is supported by the Major Energy Users’ Council (MEUC) who will host the afternoon sessions of The Energy Insight Conference – one of the 4 theatres offering FREE presentations from thought leaders and industry experts. This year the event recognises the importance of the demand side more obviously with 20 case-study led presentations from other energy users.

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Andrew Warren, Director of the Association for the Conservation of Energy, is one of the key speakers at the event. He makes no bones of the importance of cutting energy consumption: “...the cheapest, most ecologically friendly and most publicly acceptable response to each of the main energy policy questions - be they to do with energy security, climate change, fuel poverty or reducing costs - is to improve our energy efficiency.”

Visitors to The Energy Event cannot fail to be inspired by the free content, hosted by John Humphrys. And for something a little different, visitors will be treated to Lord Digby Jones and Karren Brady who will share their thoughts on the need for the UK to lead on solutions to the energy question and achieving a shift in boardroom and company thinking respectively.
As yet, there’s little agreement on how we can best meet energy needs whilst avoiding crippling energy costs. If you’re tasked with reducing energy bills or ensuring your energy contract is optimal, you can find out more about The Energy Event at

To register your free place quote PFMN

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