March 02, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Engerati - Adam Malik
Aston University - Andrew Bryers
Encraft - Matthew Rhodes
The rise of the circular economy has put energy in the spotlight as never before. More businesses pursuing energy independence strategies - because they can be driven by the price points of renewables, new technologies and carbon targets.
Why attend this webinar:
1. Mapping the optimal energy independence tool kit
2. Case studies in and on the path to energy independence
3. The role of renewables, on-premises energy storage and ROI
More information about the speakers:
Engerati - Adam Malik - Content Director - Twitter @Engerati
Aston University - Andrew Bryers - Energy, Environment and Sustainability Manager
Andrew started this role in October 2010, having previously worked in similar roles within the Higher Education and County Council sectors. Andrew manages the Energy, Environment and Sustainability Team focusing on energy consumption and reducing carbon emissions to meet challenging targets. The University has ISO 14001 and is working on its ISO 50001, which Andrew leads on. He became a chartered Energy Manager in 2013.
Encraft - Matthew Rhodes - Managing Director
Matthew Rhodes is Managing Director of Encraft and has worked with clients developing innovative demand side projects in energy for over 20 years. Encraft provide independent advice on all types of onsite generation as well as demand management and district energy technologies, and have a long-term workstream developing smart energy projects and solutions, particularly in the social housing and local authority sector.
Information about the Organizer:
Engerati is the central destination for delegates from over 40 leading energy events - A global meeting place for energy professionals to network, collaborate, share and engage.
Connect with international industry stakeholders, gain new insights, and exchange information on the latest energy developments.