Date: 6 December 2017
Location: Your PC, tablet or smart phone
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Who will benefit?
This webinar is suitable for all energy managers, facility managers and others with responsibility for a company’s energy usage including:
About the webinar
- Building Managers
- Estate Directors
- Energy Consultants
- Energy Assessors
- Buildings Services Consultants
- Building Services Engineers
Correctly measuring your energy performance will allow you to make better informed decisions to reduce your company’s energy usage, saving both time and money.
In order to effectively manage the energy performance of the facilities, systems, processes and equipment in your company you must first know how energy is used and how much is consumed over time.
The international standard, ISO 50006, provides organisations with practical guidance on how to meet the requirements of the energy management standard, ISO 50001, with a specific focus on the creation, use and upkeep of energy performance indicators (EnPIs) and energy baselines (EnBs) in measuring energy performance.
Professor Andrew Geens will be presenting on the principles and guidance found in ISO 50006 to demonstrate how you can measure your own energy performance using EnPIs and EnBs.
- Obtaining relevant energy performance information from the energy review
- Identifying energy performance indicators
- Establishing energy baselines
- Using energy performance indicators and energy baselines
- Maintaining and adjusting energy performance indicators and energy baselines
- Questions & Answers
Andrew Geens, Head of CIBSE Certification
Professor Andrew Geens is Head of CIBSE Certification based in London and is responsible for the operation of personnel and management system certification schemes primarily associated with the energy performance of buildings. Andrew was formerly a Principal Lecturer in the Faculty of Advanced Technology at the University of Glamorgan where amongst many other things, he taught energy management to post-graduate facilities management students. He has a BEng (Hons) and a PhD in Environmental Engineering, and is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. His particular interests in indoor air quality, energy performance of buildings and low energy design of buildings complement his current role perfectly. Most recently, Andrew has been conducting ISO 50001 audits as part of the certification process for a number of client organisations and is a member of the UK mirror committee for ISO 50001.
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