This free access, one-hour webinar will arm delegates with the information they need to comply with the mandatory energy efficiency assessments, required as part of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).During the online seminar – which will be broadcast at on Thursday September 18 at 11.00 GMT – four speakers will update the audience on the opportunities and challenges presented by the new legislation.Speakers include representatives from the Energy Efficiency Deployment Office and resource efficiency business JRP Solutions.Speakers:Martin Adams, ESOS Team Leader, Energy Efficiency Deployment Office, on the government’s perspective on the mandatory assessment requirementJes Rutter, md JRP Solutions, on a practical assessment of the challenge facing the industry in preparing to comply with the new rules.Mike Stones, webinar host and group editor Food ManufactureRegister for your free place by emailing Michael.email@example.comCompany Summary:FoodManufacture.co.uk is the leading digital news provider for the UK food and drink manufacturing industry. The title delivers breaking news in a multi-media format − spanning text articles, video and audio news − and social media content. FoodManufacture.co.uk together with its sister magazine Food Manufacture reaches more than 110,000 key industry professionals each month. Their audience includes senior management and those engaged in new product development, technical production, manufacturing, supply chain and logistics throughout the UK food and drink manufacturing sector.JRP Solutions LtdWe are energy efficiency specialists with a track record of helping manufacturing businesses reduce energy consumption and costs through the development of intelligent strategies and practical solutions. Our customer portfolio includes organisations such as Wells & Young's, Ambrosia, Coors, Burtons and McVitie's.We recently completed a collaborative project at a major food site which identified an opportunity to reduce energy costs by an astonishing 41%. We worked with another manufacturer to reduce their UK energy consumption by 29.6%, saving an estimated £40m since 2004 and continue to work with them on energy reduction opportunities and effecting behavioural change across their UK sites. We understand the resource and time constraints facing many businesses today and have the expertise and experience to help when and where required, from opportunity identification through to implementation and evaluation.
Energy Efficiency Deployment Office
DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change)
Head of climate change and energy policy
Food and Drink Federation