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Energy & Education Connected Conference

TEC are proud to be hosting our “Energy & Education Connected” conference on Thursday 5th December in our hometown Birmingham.

We are excited to share how we are collaboratively working with Universities and Colleges to protect the public purse and deliver cost reduction and sustainable energy solutions. This CPD accredited event will be a great opportunity to network and learn with fellow Institutions, energy suppliers and the TEC team.

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Event Details

9.00am – Registration

10.15am – Start

16.30 – Finish

17.00 – 18.30 – All attendees are invited to a complimentary drinks reception to celebrate 25 years of TEC.

The Conference

Morning Sessions

Taking place at the Iconic Rep Theatre in Birmingham, the  morning sessions which will focus on change and disruption within Energy with a glimpse into future regulation & policy. One particular highlight will be TEC’s Chair and Independent Energy Expert Jo Butlin, who will be talking about disruption and changes in the UK Energy Landscape leading us upto today!

Cornwall Insight will also be providing, a future forecast by presenting on RIIO – 2, networks and system operation, supplier developments, energy services transition and targeted charging reviews and network access.

Reuters Refinitiv – Energy prices are becoming increasingly linked to weather conditions, this session will talk us through the “Predictability of hot and cold snaps related to Climate Change”. Exactly, how do you go about forecasting these events as they become increasingly common?

Sarah Buchan – With GEN Z expected to form nearly a quarter of the global workforce by 2020 and that The Economist called “Stressed, depressed and exam obsessed”, what do you need to know about connecting and engaging with them (beyond admissions) and how are they influencing the HE Sector?

Afternoon Sessions

In association with our members and supported by the following: JRP Solutions, Schneider, Ramboll, Ongen and kWIQly.

We will cover in our afternoon workshop sessions:

Behavioural Change

How does understanding behavioural change and energy use help develop a new approach to energy efficiency? How can you enable people within an organisation to simultaneously reduce their energy consumption and their bills in the process. What skills, tools and processes move an organisation from current state to the desired behavioural state?

BMS Optimisation

How optimising BMS software strategies and hardware devices can improve the energy-efficient control of your buildings. How this can deliver ‘on-going’ savings, without detriment to operational and environmental conditions, through maximising operational efficiency.

District Heat Networks

What are the challenges of implementing District Heat Networks? How does the UK compare to other markets. How can Institutions get more involved in projects? What are the key factors you need to consider no matter your position in the network?

Implementing Renewable Energy Technology

Renewable energy feasibility studies exploring the opportunities and benefits associated with implementing renewable energy technology. Support to both reduce reliance on fossil fuels, improving electrical infrastructure capacity and support for transformational projects that provide significant long term benefits.

AMR DNA Gas and Electricity Analytics

Looking at the successes of our artificial intelligence tool in the analytics of gas data from find through fix and on to proof of savings. The journey from pilot to rolled out service and what’s next for our members.

We understand the tight budget restraints our sector is facing so our event will be free of charge and excellent opportunities to network, share best practice and collaborate

Event type: Procurement, Estates, Finance, Environment, Sustainability Location: Birmingham
Address: Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EP
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