Energy reducing strategies for the built environment

8:15am - 12:15pm on Thursday 7th December 2017 - with complimentary breakfast and refreshments upon arrival from 8:15am.

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About the Seminar

This breakfast seminar will see 4 key industry leaders sharing their companies approaches to improving energy efficiency. The speakers will demonstrate their unique strategy for sustainability, and how each company plans to reduce its impact on the environment.

The seminar will examine previous cases, where EC technology has been applied to reduce energy consumption in the built environment. Examples will include results from a major EC fan upgrade by Marks and Spencer, as part of their Plan A approach. Munters will discuss progressive strategies to reduce your building's energy consumption. With CLS Energy (Consultancy) Ltd exploring the energy efficiency of your buildings. Finally, we have an exclusive talk from Mercedes-AMG Petronas about their latest product development and energy upgrade.

Confirmed speakers

  • Mercedes-AMG Petronas- 3 time F1 Constructors Champions
  • Munters- Global leaders in energy efficient air treatment and climate solutions
  • CLS Energy (Consultancy) Ltd- saved clients over £4.34m in energy costs
  • Marks and Spencer- One of the UK's leading retailers


  • 08:15 Breakfast and registration on arrival in ebm-papst's Client Centre
  • 08:50 Welcome to ebm-papst
    Tony Wright, ebm-papst
  • 09:00 Energy savings and climate improvements -
    retrofitting EC fans into Air Handling Units
    Karl Lowe, Munters
  • 09:30 What is an EC Upgrade?
    James Cooper, ebm-papst
  • 10:00 Coffee break
  • 10:30 The role of innovation in Marks & Spencer's sustainable future
    Oliver Knowles, Marks and Spencer
  • 11:00 How efficient are your buildings?
    Alan Asbury, CLS Energy (Consultancy) Ltd
  • 11:45 Mercedes-AMG Petronas cooling solutions & energy savings
  • 12:15 Finish


This seminar will be of particular interest to Facilities Managers, M&E Contractors, Energy Managers, Sustainability Consultants, End Users and others involved in reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption in the built environment.

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