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EEC - Energy Manager Masterclass

Wednesday 18 November 2015
11am - 4.30pm
Pullman Melbourne on the Park

Do you work in energy management, energy efficiency or sustainability? Are you looking for ways to get more energy efficiency projects and initiatives over the line? Are you looking for better tools and metrics to help you understand and communicate the business value of improved energy performance to senior managers and financial officers?

ClimateWorks Australia and the Energy Efficiency Council is delivering a specialised workshop designed for energy managers, building managers and sustainability managers working in the commercial, industrial and government sectors.

The workshop covers:

  • A framework and template to assess the financial value of energy efficiency to help effective communication with senior management and financial officers
  • A benchmark for energy efficiency performance and related risks across industry
  • Management practices which have the greatest impact on increasing energy efficiency

The workshop will help participants apply research-based tools and techniques to produce and communicate real cost savings, as well as sharing knowledge, and discussing common challenges and opportunities for improvement with a network of peers.

Delivered by experts from ClimateWorks Australia, the workshop has been developed with support from the Department of Industry & Science and is based on recent research into industrial energy efficiency, assessing financial value of energy efficiency, and energy management practices.

The workshop is co-located with Day Two of the National Energy Efficiency Conference 2015, Australia’s premier event dedicated to energy efficiency, distributed generation and demand management.

Registered masterclass participants are welcome to attend the Day Two opening plenary sessions (9am - 11am) at no extra cost. Special rates for the rest of the conference and gala dinner are also available to workshop participants.

Registration

Registration for the workshop is $125 + GST (includes training, refreshments, lunch and networking drinks).

Registration is open until Friday 30 October or until sold out. Places are strictly limited - previous sessions have completely sold out, so register now to secure your place.

Register on the EEC website 




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  • Implementing one or more energy saving initiatives (up to 10 points)
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Eligibility Criteria

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  • Deliver a reduction in energy consumption and carbon emissions within the built environment 

Judging Criteria

  • Delivering outcomes as demonstrated by an improved or maintained current NABERS Energy rating and achieved energy savings* (up to 14 points)
  • Implementing one or more energy saving initiatives (up to 10 points)
  • Demonstrating leadership by undertaking innovative, creative or progressive office energy efficiency activities (up to 17 points)
  • Engagement of staff/ customers/suppliers and/or stakeholders to educate and create market transformation (up to 17 points)
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As part of this, Signatories to the program commit to achieve an accredited NABERS Energy tenancy rating (between 4 and 6 stars) and
work with CitySwitch to improve their tenancy’s environmental performance.

Find out more about how obtaining a NABERS Energy rating ensures you can benchmark your performance, better manage your progress
over time and promote your star rating achievement.