WATT’s happening with Energy?! (Part 2)

Event Date:

March 17, 2022

Event Time:

2:00 pm

Event Location:

Online Event

Thought leadership sessions aimed at helping companies navigate their way through the current energy headwinds.

The second in a two-part energy event will present practical examples of how an energy reduction strategy is planned and implemented. This will look at the basic foundations of energy reduction and transferable best practice from OEM, Komatsu UK, along with an Energy Monitoring case study from Kasai UK. The session will also include advice and support on reading your energy bill from Great Annual Savings Group (GAS).

With rising energy costs and businesses not protected by the energy price cap, understandably this is a major cause for concern for companies across the UK. The high rise in energy costs is hitting companies hard, leaving many struggling to remain competitive in a globally cost driven environment.

In these times companies must be fully aware of the changing market and find alternative ways to save energy through efficiency improvements and reducing fixed and variable costs. This is only achievable if the basic foundations are understood.

The North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and Supply Chain North East has partnered with NEAA members Komatsu UK, Kasai UK, Great Annual Savings Group (GAS) and TDJ Services, to deliver two focused online events, aimed at helping members to understand and control their energy requirements.

Agenda

NEAA Welcome – Stuart McGivern, NEAA

Transferable Energy Reduction Best Practice – Paul Blanchard, Managing Director, Komatsu UK

  • The Basic Foundations
  • Understanding your Costs
  • Understanding your Bill
  • Measuring your Usage
  • Energy Reduction LED Lighting Case Study

Reading your Energy Bill – Adam Brown, Great Annual Savings Group

Energy Monitoring Case Study – David Mellor, Kasai UK

Q&A with Speakers

 

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Event Location:

By: NEAA

  • Online Event

Event Schedule Details

  • March 17, 2022 2:00 pm   -   3:00 pm
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