The upward trend in energy prices is having a profound impact on the ability of the public sector to continually deliver services within a tight budget.
Benefits of attending
This seminar shared how public sector organisations are addressing the need for better energy management - to do more with less. By the end of the seminar, delegates were able to select from and adapt approaches to suit their own energy management needs, enabling them to achieve more with less.
You can watch the presenters discussing their contributions [Opens in new window] to the seminar.
This seminar was aimed at public and third sector:
- Facilities Management roles;
- Energy Management roles;
- Environmental roles;
- Project Managers with responsibility for energy management;
- Sustainable Development roles; and
- Performance Monitoring roles.
The seminar consisted of two showcase sessions:
Lessons in Carbon-Neutral Building [PDF 217KB Opens in new window]
Diageo, Sean Pritchard
Making the Most of Metering [PDF 900KB Opens in new window]
Lee Evans, Carbon Trust and Paul Manley, BG Consult
And a choice of attending two of the following workshops:
How to Get Leadership Buy-In [PDF 1.13MB Opens in new window]
Renia Kotynia, Wrexham County Borough Council
Behaviour Change in Energy Usage [PDF 1.69MB Opens in new window]
Kim Croasdale, Sheffield University
Shedding light on LEDs [PDF 124KB Opens in new window]
Geoff Walsh, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Managing Water in Any Type of Estate [PDF 638KB Opens in new window]
Andy Blackhall, Dŵr Cymru
When and where
Thursday 25 July 2013
0900 – 1300
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ