Webinar: Doing ESOS better
– getting more value from Phase 2
Wednesday 4th July 2018, 2:00-3:00pm
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You are invited to our complementary webinar on how to avoid disappointment with ESOS and use Phase 2 to deliver value for your business.
During Phase 1 of ESOS (which ended in December 2015), many companies had to achieve compliance quickly, under the spectre of enforcement and with limited resource.
Many were disappointed with the outcome, which they felt provided little value to their businesses.
This is probably why the results gathered in the recent BEIS evaluation showed that few companies had implemented their recommended energy efficiency improvement actions.
Unsurprisingly, many managers who felt they didn’t get their money’s worth from ESOS are looking to take a different approach ahead of the December 2019 Phase 2 deadline. The challenge however, is what can they change?
Our webinar will provide practical guidance on how to approach Phase 2 differently to deliver lasting value for your business.
The webinar will cover:
- How to use ESOS to formulate your energy strategy;
- Options for enhancing energy and data management ;
- Using the audits to ensure supply and demand energy optimisation, and to capture second order opportunities;
- Why you need to consider electric vehicles and charging infrastructure in your energy strategy;
- What to make of transformative energy management technology – including the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI);
- The future energy landscapes and the impact of rapidly changing energy markets.
We’ll also provide real-world examples of organisations who were dissatisfied with their initial approach and are now working with Ricardo to integrate ESOS with their energy strategies and deliver lasting value.
Whatever your objectives for energy management, we say don’t waste your money. Take the opportunity to do ESOS properly and add extra value for your business.
Who should attend?
- Facilities Managers;
- Operational and Site Managers;
- Health, Safety and Environment Managers;
- Energy / Environmental / CSR Managers and Directors;
- Finance Managers and Directors;
- and those with responsibility for reducing the overhead costs of a company, including energy usage.