CPD seminar on “Future Energy Demand: Pricing and Management”

Protect your organisation from energy price uncertainty

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Engineers Ireland will host a one-day CPD seminar aimed at energy management professionals looking to protect their organisations from fluctuating energy prices and eliminate unnecessary energy consumption. The seminar will take place on Tuesday 9th October at 22, Clyde Road, Dublin 4, running from 9.00 – 3.30.

With energy representing one of the largest costs of doing business in Ireland, all organisations, whether they are in the public or private sector, manufacturing, retail or administration, are putting energy pricing and energy consumption under close scrutiny.

Energy managers, facility and plant managers, energy engineers and consultants will all be asking whether the price of gas and electricity will increase or decrease in the short-term or medium term. What techniques can be adopted to reduce consumption? How can organisations eliminate risk and uncertainty when it comes to their energy costs and consumption?

This one-day CPD seminar aims to explore current and future developments affecting the cost of energy and examine techniques and practices organisations can adopt to ensure they have reliable sources of energy at the best prices.

Among the speakers will be the Commission for Energy Regulation’s Paul Brandon who will present the latest developments from the regulator, Michael S. Kelleher from Bord Gais Energy who will look at global trends in the energy markets, Sonya Twohig from EirGrid who will highlight some of their initiatives as well as energy management and procurement experts from Kore Energy, Energy Services Ltd and FDT Consulting. Energy Managers from Tesco and Stewarts Care will deliver case studies on how their organisations have successfully implemented energy management solutions and reaped the benefits.

For full details, go to: http://www.engineersireland.ie//Future_Energy_Demand