This session invites participants from the MEUC
Behavioural Change Programme to share their experiences on engaging staff to reduce energy consumption and cost.
As the UK prepares for a general election, large to medium-sized businesses have been given a voice at a series of road shows in March to discuss concerns over the energy gap, and share energy efficiency and carbon reduction plans with each other and the MEUC.
"Business needs clear signals from the next government that maintaining adequate electricity and gas supplies at competitive prices over the next five years will be a priority," said Andrew Buckley, MEUC's director general.
will be presenting an afternoon seminar on both days of the event with the seminar on the first day entitled Take control of your energy future.
Alongside the exhibition key trade organisations such as ESTA (Energy Services and Technologies Association), the MEUC
(Major Energy users Council), CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) and Envirowise will be delivering conference papers across the two-day event.
The conference programme is broken into two distinct streams: Firstly, the stream delivered by the trade organisations ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association), MEUC
(Major Energy Users Council), Envirowise and CIBSE (Chartered Institute of Building Service Engineers) looks at the latest legislation as well as practical information on areas of ongoing concern such as lighting; drives and controls and compressed air; Secondly the Energy Insight conference brings together leading experts and commentators in the fields of economics, climate change, energy policy and security, the nuclear industry, demand management and carbon reduction.
Hosting conferences and seminars in 2008 will be ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association), MEUC
(Major Energy Users Council), Envirowise, CIBSE (Chartered Institute of Building Service Engineers), BCAS (British Compressed Air Society) and the Energy Information Centre (EIC).