MBS partners with EMEX 2018 event

EMEX, Lord Rupert Redesdale
Lord Rupert Redesdale

On behalf of our media partner, Modern Building Services, I’d like to invite you to join us at EMEX where MBS will have a strong presence at the event bringing MBStv cameras along to film what’s going on and carry out interviews on their stand E11.

EMEX (www.emexlondon.com) and its community is returning to the ExCeL Centre in London on 21st and 22nd November with a packed programme spread across 4 free-to-attend CPD-accredited seminar theatres. EMEX is the must-attend energy management show that connects all energy users with leading experts, policy makers, suppliers and technical solutions.

EMEX is over 130 exhibitors and 80 free-to-attend CPD-accredited seminars spread across 4 theatres:

- Knowledge, Skills and Experience

- Sustainability & Climate Change (new)

- Facilities, Technology & Innovation

- Renewable Energy, Supply and Storage

Content provided at EMEX is curated by the Energy Managers Association and its Board of major energy users and will include the opportunity for you to meet with top industry experts, peers and numerous leading suppliers that will unveil the latest technology and energy efficiency strategies available right now.

Don't just break down silos, connect them

Many organisations often look at the efficiency and sustainability of each of their operations independently. This approach delivers some savings for individual areas of operation by taking advantage of best practice tools and methodologies, including benchmarking, supply chain optimisation, technology-supported usage monitoring and analysis and so on.

However, applying silo thinking to operational management rarely delivers the maximum savings possible.

For the first time at EMEX, we are bringing together IEMA (Sustainability), BIFM (Facility), SOE (Operations) and The EMA (Energy) under one roof; four communities that have long been responsible for carbon and energy reduction in organisations.

We believe that a far more effective approach is to focus on the whole operation and identify the interdependencies between each function. With this broader view, it is possible to develop and implement solutions that deliver greater cost reductions by achieving the following results:

• Increase energy efficiency across multiple facilities.

• Reduce maintenance costs.

• Reduce water consumption.

• Decrease production downtime.

• Remove supply chain costs.

• Deliver a return on investment.

• Increase business assets value.

• Enhance workplace productivity.

Map out your opportunities at EMEX

It is important to gather clear data to understand where energy and water consumption is highest and therefore where the potential for cost savings is greatest. Making assumptions can be misleading. For example, 80 to 90% of the costs associated with using water do not come from buying it. They come from paying for the energy to heat it, the chemicals used to treat it and the treatment and transportation of waste.

Standards of energy management often vary between different assets and sites. Getting a clear picture of which assets and sites perform best presents an opportunity to improve performance across the business by sharing and adopting best practice. Many suppliers at EMEX will offer this service at minimal cost and work with you to fund improvements on a performance basis.

With over 130 exhibitors ranging from major utilities to brokers and consultants, equipment manufacturers to training companies and showcasing a broad range of energy efficient solutions and services under one roof, EMEX has become a unique opportunity to learn about the new technology, systems and services available in this fast-changing environment.

Participants include AB, Armstrong, BIFM, Birdsall, BRE, BSI, Carbon Trust, Carlo Gavazzi, Chauvin Arnoux Group, DANLERS Limited, Denchi Group, DNV GL, Eaton, ebm-papst UK, EcoCooling, Ecopilot, ElectroRoute, Elgin Energy, ENERCON, ESB, FlexiSolar, Green Energy Consulting, Green Energy Solutions, Grundfos Pumps Ltd, Hamworthy Heating, Ignite Energy, Innotech Europe Ltd, Kelda Technology, Maximus Green, MME EDF PowerNow, NatWest, NFU Energy Service, Nicotra-Gebhardt Ltd, Norvento Enerxía, Optima Energy Management, Optimised Buildings, PE Energy Solutions Limited, Powerstar, Re:fit | Local Partnerships, SGS, SOE, SolX Energy Ltd, The Water Retail Company, VERDE LED, VINCI Facilities, Wilo and many more.

With such diverse solutions, knowledge and expertise on offer, it is not surprising that thousands of small and medium businesses, as well as household names such as NHS, British Airways, Harrods, Hilton Worldwide, Boots, RBS, TATA, British Land, Ministry of Defence, AstraZeneca, Sodexo, Bellrock, BAE Systems, Co-Operative Group, Ofgem, Network Rail, MITIE, CBRE, Whitbread, Mitchells and Butlers, British Telecom, House of Fraser, and many county and city councils are already registered to attend.

Register for free at the link below.

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