Energy Innovation Workshops

BuyENERGYonline are pleased to announce their 3rd national Energy Innovation Workshop to be held in Birmingham on 24th July 2013 with speakers from npower, Pureworld and from their stable, Alastair […]

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By Geoff Curran

BuyENERGYonline are pleased to announce their 3rd national Energy Innovation Workshop to be held in Birmingham on 24th July 2013 with speakers from npower, Pureworld and from their stable, Alastair Hutson and Derek Myers, experts in Energy Risk and its management.

The agenda is as follows:

10.00-10.30am :

  • Coffee and registration
  • Meet and greet

10.30-10.50am :

  • The shaping of the market
  • How we arrived at this point and the key drivers for innovation

10.55-11.25am:

  • Risk services innovations
  • New hedging strategies for cost savings and lower risk
  • Unique harnessing techniques

11.30am-11.50am:

  • Innovative tendering services
  • Online reverse auctions
  • Contract reverse engineering

20 minutes coffee break

  • Networking opportunity

12.10pm-12.30pm: Pureworld Technology

  • Pro-active energy efficiency bureau

12.35-1pm: nPower

  • ‘Energy Market Review’ cost implications

1.30pm: All

  • Business lunch

These educational and interactive workshops are available to our strategic partners and energy buyers who meet the following criteria:

  • Have an annual energy spend of more than £1 million
  • Have an interest in innovation
  • Have an interest in exploring new energy tendering techniques
  • Organisations who believe they would benefit from a risk strategy workshops
  • Organisation who wish to examine their energy service options

The workshops are free of charge for a limited number of businesses and include a networking lunch near the workshop venue. The venue is the Birmingham Crowne Plaza Hotel at the NEC.

ELN has secured 5 tickets for ELN readers who are energy end users with a significant energy spend. To reserve your place on the ELN guest list please contact Chris Foden on 07899 000 789  or [email protected]