Energy reporting: Maximising value from your data - BusinessGreen Webinar On Demand

BusinessGreen staff
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Our latest Webinar, hosted in association with Inenco, explored the challenges and opportunities presented by new energy reporting requirements - it is now available on demand

This week BusinessGreen hosted its latest Webinar in association with leading consultancy Inenco.

The hour-long interactive broadcast - titled Energy reporting: Maximising value from your data - provided an invaluable guide to the energy reporting rules thousands of businesses now have to comply with and the best practices that are helping leading firms convert energy data into tangible financial and emissions savings.

Chaired by BusinessGreen Editor-in-Chief James Murray the session featured a series of presentations on the latest energy policy developments and how leading businesses are responding to the growing complexity and environmental pressures that are shaping the energy sector.

Presentations included:

Dan Pardesi - Know your portfolio: A best practice guide to collecting your data, understanding your portfolio and identifying those projects you can implement for ESOS Phase 2 and the Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) framework.

Kevin Jackson - Revise your energy strategy: Not only will ESOS mean an updated view of your portfolio (and potential changes if projects include asset upgrades or reduction), but rising wholesale costs, changes to charging methodologies and new technology on the market means businesses need to update their strategy accordingly to maximise value and mitigate risks.

Helen Barnet - Case studies: A brief overview of organisations who used their ESOS Phase 1 data to drive savings, including an Aviation Services and Distribution Group and a leading outsource provider of fleet incident management.

The full webinar, including each of the presentations and the interactive question and answer session, is now available on demand here.

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