Leading in energy management - Page 3



"The world is crying out for
energy efficiency"
The case for better managing how
we use energy has never been so
compelling.
Cutting damaging carbon
emissions, reducing business
costs, consumer demand for
high environmental standards,
legal reporting obligations –
these are all pushing businesses,
organisations and householders in
the same direction.
And the availability of innovative,
affordable technologies – in
heating, lighting, insulation, small
scale power generation and smart
flexibility – is opening up myriad
opportunities for action.
But the most effective, enduring
outcomes only happen when
implemented by skilled
professionals using the best
practice.
And that’s what the Energy
Institute (EI) is here for, equipping
you and your organisation with
the best energy management
20% of large business
training, professional recognition,
engagement tools and online
resources.
It’s a dynamic field at the heart
of modern businesses and
organisations.
Professional energy managers
are moving from the boiler room
to the board room, building
strategies incorporating energy
supply, efficiency, generation,
demand management and
behaviour change. Those in other
roles such as sustainability and
facilities management are also
increasingly taking on leadership
in improving how energy is used.
Whatever your job title, whatever
your business or organisation, if
you want to help drive forward
these transformational efforts, the
EI is here to support you every step
of the way.
40%
of the emissions
abatement required by
the Paris Agreement could
be delivered by energy
efficiency [International
Energy Agency]
energy bills can be saved as
a result of improved energy
efficiency. This translates
into an annual saving of
£360,000 on the average
£1.8 million fuel bill across
these businesses. [Carbon
Trust]
‘‘
THE WORLD IS CRYING OUT FOR
ENERGY EFFICIENCY. IT’S THE FIRST
FUEL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
AND THE SKILLED PROFESSIONALS
WHO KNOW HOW TO REALISE ITS
BENEFITS ARE LEADING THE GLOBAL
LOW CARBON TRANSITION.
’’
Louise Kingham OBE FEI,
Chief Executive, Energy Institute
UK energy professionals
in all sectors rank
energy efficiency as the
number one
measure for
meeting emissions targets.
[EI Energy Barometer]





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