Free BusinessGreen webinar in association with Hara and AEA
With the UK's energy companies on the verge of raising bills for households and businesses alike, growing numbers of firms are asking how they can bring spiralling energy costs under control. This interactive 45-minute web seminar from BusinessGreen will help provide some of the answers.
The seminar will examine the growing pressure on firms to cut their energy bills and explore how taking an enterprise-wide approach to enhancing energy efficiency can maximise returns on investment and deliver significant financial savings.
The interactive broadcast will take place from 3pm on Wednesday July 20. BusinessGreen readers can register to participate in the free webinar here.
Topics addressed include:
• Taking an enterprise-wide approach to energy management, from board-level investment decisions to facilities-level execution
• Basic principles of effective enterprise energy management
• Benefits of a detailed business case for improved energy management
The broadcast will feature a presentation from an independent analyst detailing the business case for improved energy management and investigating how rising energy bills are impacting both board-level decision-making and facilities department execution.
Hosted by BusinessGreen editor James Murray, in association with environmental and energy management software provider Hara and energy and environmental consultancy AEA, the seminar will also feature a short presentation on the principles of effective enterprise energy management and provide a series of case studies showing how progressive businesses are acting now to curb their energy use.
The seminar will end with an interactive question and answer session, where viewers can request advice and guidance from our expert panel.
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