The mission is clear: we must accelerate the shift to zero-carbon energy systems in order to slash emissions and mitigate global warming. But this mission IS possible: renewable energy costs are tumbling and new approaches to energy management such as battery storage and demand response are offering new ways for organisations to operate more sustainably.

Combining real-experience case studies with expert advice, this edie webinar provide the insight and inspiration you need to take your energy management strategy onto the next level.

How can businesses tap into the benefits of demand response? What are the key considerations when considering energy storage solutions? And how should you choose between a plethora of onsite energy technologies to reduce emissions?

This one-hour webinar will seek to answer all of these key questions and more, empowering participants to deliver the smart grid of the future, today.

Key discussion points:

  • Demand response: How can businesses can save money while developing clean, reliable demand response networks? Who is already doing this effectively, and what results has it driven?
  • Energy storage: What role can energy storage play, and what barriers to deployment must be addressed? Who have been the early movers on energy storage, and what results have they seen?
  • Onsite solutions: What are the best technology options and how do you choose the right one? How do you weight up costs v return on investment?

 

Introduction and chair:

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Matt Mace

edie.net

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Matt is the senior reporter for edie.net, covering the latest green business news, features & reports for sustainability and resource efficiency professionals.


 

Speaker:

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Lucinda Lay

Carbon Reduction Programme Manager – Oxford University

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In previous roles Lucinda has been involved in large wind turbine projects, dynamic frequency response technology and systems process improvement in the quarrying and building products sector. More recently her focus has been on improving the efficiency of the University of Oxford estate. The work here has ranged from lighting and HVAC upgrades to laboratory equipment replacement and behavioural change. Lucinda has installed over 2000 solar panels in the city of Oxford but you would be challenged to find them! In particular the building management system optimisation work is seeing great successes and staff and students are increasing their involvement through the ISCN award winning Carbon Innovation Programme launched in 2016. Lucinda holds the 2018 CIBSE Building Performance Champion Award.Close
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John Gallagher

Technical programme partner – EnerNOC (Sponsor)

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Moving to the energy industry over six years ago, John has worked with leading I&C clients across the UK and Europe to understand and implement ‘flexibility in energy’ programmes. John’s current role with EnerNOC is to partner with the UK energy consumers on assessing comprehensive EaaS (energy as a service) solutions that leverage a wide portfolio of Enel X products and services. The goal of these EaaS solutions is to simplify today’s complex energy landscape through the design and delivery of next stage energy management to such partners - helping drive sustainability and reducing complexity, cost and risk for stakeholders. Prior to join EnerNOC (Enel X), John worked in the financial industry for over 10 years, previously holding consultative sales roles with both Bank of Ireland and Bank of America. Close
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Richard Eaton

Energy Manager – Aggregate Industries UK

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Richard leads on Aggregate Industries' (AI) energy strategy, helping to further integrate energy management into the strategic thinking and operational practices of the business. Ensuring the political, environmental, economic, social, technological and legal considerations of energy are identified, evaluated and managed at both national and local level, whilst ensuring opportunities for innovative solutions and competitive advantage are identified and realised.

He is responsible for identifying, assessing and scoping energy-related projects for the business, as well as engaging the right internal and external stakeholders to form the project teams.

Richard is also responsible for AI's compliance with all energy-related legislation including EUETS, CRC, ESOS and pollution inventory reporting, as well as identifying trends in carbon pricing and energy policy that could impact on the business and or create opportunities to enhance both business performance and brand. Close
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