Understanding your Energy Culture – Webinar

Date: 06/11/2018

Time: 13:00 – 14:00 GMT

Cost: Free

 

Introduction

A well-implemented energy management system is essential to achieving good energy performance.  However, outstanding performance and continual improvement will only be achieved when there is a significant cultural swing in the organisation so that key elements of the system are adopted and embraced fully through behavioural initiatives. Therefore, aspiring companies wishing to maximise the benefits and adoption of their energy management system will need to consider their organisational culture.

The Energy Institute has developed the Understanding your energy culture tool to help organisations facilitate cultural change to improve energy efficiency.  ETS are proud to have supported the Energy Institute (EI) by sponsoring and being instrumental with the development of this tool.    Unlike traditional behavioural interventions which focus on changing the individual, the Energy Institute’s Understanding your energy culture targets the business culture.  This approach acknowledges that company processes and people’s behaviour are not independent but must work together.

Join us on Tuesday 6th November at 13:00 – 14:00 where our Operations Director, Phil Bilyard will be discussing the importance of energy culture and what steps organisations can take to improve energy efficiency.

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Key Learning Outcomes

  •  Understand the importance of energy culture
  • Why energy culture is essential to any Energy Management System (EnMS)
  • Gain an understanding of the Energy Institutes ‘Understanding your energy culture’ tool
  • Identify where you currently sit on the energy culture ladder
  • What the common barriers are to employee engagement
  • Understand the journey and how to incentivise change

Speakers

Phil has a Graduateship with the City & Guilds and a HND in Engineering.  He is an Incorporated Engineer (IEng), Chartered Energy Manager, ESOS Lead Assessor and CIBSE Accredited Air Conditioning Inspector.  Phil is also a Full Member of the Energy Institute (MEI), Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET) and an Associate Member of CIBSE (ACIBSE).

He has worked across a range of sectors and undertaken a number of roles, including Building Services Engineer, Electrical Specialist, Project Manager and Contract Manager.  His expertise includes Energy Culture Change, Air and Water Quality Management, Low Carbon Consulting and Project Management.

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