Timetable will be updated in Summer 2015

Seeking Clarity and Opportunity for the Energy User

4 topical seminar theatres


Please re-visit as theatre content will be updated regularly.


1- Energy Management Training Theatre

Energy policy and increasing prices are creating a groundswell of opportunity within facilities management. Low-level knowledge for all staff can lead to massive savings in energy costs – from the post room to the board room. Find out how others have achieved this in a diverse range of environments.

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T22- Energy Service & Performance Contracting Theatre

Find out how best to outsource energy management solutions for your organisation. From planning, delivery to measurement & benchmarking, learn from the best the UK has to offer. Discover the alternative routes of finance and contracting, many of which will cost your organisation nothing upfront and will not affect your cap-ex budget. This theatre shows how best to build a consensual, mutually benefit relationship with you provider.

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T313- Energy Use in the Built Environment Theatre

A space for energy professionals to find out the latest legislative developments in the sector such as The Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS), industry-leading practice across all sectors and efficiency projects across organisations of all sizes. Don’t miss The Public Sector Energy Awards, held on EMEX’s first afternoon, will reward those who are deemed by their peers to be outstanding and celebrate those responsible’s achievements.

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T414- Green IT & Technology Theatre

As energy consumption in data centres and IT environment continues to rise, this theatre explores the challenges thrown up by modern business practices and presents solutions. It also showcases new tools, and technologies available in other fields and explains their relevance to the energy professional.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION or to enquire about speaking opportunities please contact Jana Skodlova at the EMA

All content subject to change.