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Future Energy Demand: Pricing and Management

  • Date(s)
    Tuesday, 9 October 2012
  • Time(s)
    9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Venue
    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
  • Fee

    Member: €245.00
    Non-Member: €295.00

  • CPD Credit
    1 hour   C1


Energy represents one of the largest costs of doing business for Irish organisations whether they are in the public or private sector, manufacturing, retail or administration. And at this time of year energy pricing and energy consumption become even more under scrutiny. Will the price of gas and electricity 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

Seminar Aim

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

Programme and Presenters

  • Energy Price Trends
    John Heffernan, Power Trader, Bord Gais Energy
  • Future Energy Demand - Regulatory Developments
    Paul Brandon, Transmission Manager, CER
  • Demand Side Management Participation in Ireland - Current and Future
    Sonya Twohig, Manager Operational Services and Performance, EirGrid
  • Energy Procurement and Risk Management: Driving Costs Lower in Volatile Energy Markets
    Ger Fullam, Managing Director, Kore Energy
  • Energy Management – Demand and Supply Side Measures – Today & Tomorrow
    Tom Lynch, Managing Director / Senior Power & Energy Consultant, Energy Services Ltd
  • Developing a Business Case for Energy Management
    Michael Clancy, Project Manager, FDT Consulting Engineers & Project Managers Ltd
  • Case Study: Delivering an Energy Management Programme in a Fast Moving Business
    John Walsh, Energy and Carbon Manager for Ireland, Tesco
  • Case Study: Securing Energy Needs: Stewarts Care
    Gerry Mulholland, Chief Operations Officer, Stewarts Care

Who should attend

The seminar will be of interest to energy managers, energy engineers, energy consultants, facilities, plant and fleet managers, policy makers, engineering consultants and contractors and all those responsible for energy management in SMEs, large energy
users and local authorities.

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9 October 2012

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