To keep the industry informed and up to date in this rapidly evolving environment, we’re putting on a series stimulating and thought provoking webinars that will help the industry stay on top of emerging opportunities.
Webinar 1 – Customer and Embedded Networks – what you need to know recording Presented by Nick Oldham (Smart Power)
Nick discusses the differences between customer and embedded networks, the rules and regulations around each, the implications for business owners and landlords and what advisers need to know and consider when advising clients.
Webinar 2 – Energy efficiency and transitioning commercial buildings through COVID-19 alert levels recording Presented by Jeremy Allen (ESP)
Jeremy Allen of ESP looks at how energy professionals, facilities managers and landlords can maintain energy efficiency as they transition between COVID-19 Alert Levels and varying occupancy levels. Jeremy will be sharing the lessons learnt from monitoring over 600 sites across New Zealand.
Webinar 3 – Low Carbon Process Heat Replacements in Commercial Building Applications Recording Presented by Ben Thomson & Alex Gessese (Lumen)
Ben Thomson and Alex Gessese of Lumen will consider the relative merits of currently available process heating systems in commercial buildings, how to assess improvements and viable replacements and take a look at potential sources of replacement funding.
Webinar 4 – Compressed Air Systems: Improving the Energy Hogs of Industry Recording Presented by Jack Young (Energy NZ)
Jack Young of Energy NZ looks at taming the energy hogs that are compressed air systems. What can we really and realistically do to improve them?
Webinar 5 – IoT: What Does It Mean for Energy Management? Recording Presented by Mike Ette, Tania Coelho and Richard Gardiner (Total Utilities Management Group)
IoT, or the Internet of Things, is a term that has been used extensively in recent years to cover an array of technologies and applications. Mike Ette, Tania Coelho and Richard Gardiner of Total Utilities Management Group take a close look at exactly what IoT means for energy management and particularly the opportunities it presents to improve efficiency and reduce emissions.
Webinar 6 – Decarbonising Industrial Processes Recording Presented by Tony Arnott (DETA Consulting)
Tony Arnott of Deta Consulting will be looking at decarbonising industrial processes, essential if we are to achieve lower emissions and carbon neutrality targets.
Webinar 7 – Power Quality and Harmonics Recording Presented by Gordan Luetich (LPINZ)
Gordan Luetich of LPINZ will work through the importance of power quality and the ways and means of maintaining quality through power factor correction voltage stability and loss reduction.
Webinar 8 – Reducing Emissions in the Building and Construction Sector Recording Presented by Kate Symons & Victoria Threadwell (MBIE)
Join MBIE to learn about the Building for Climate Change programme, what it means for energy efficiency and how you can have your say in its design.
Webinar 9 – Carbon Accounting for Public Lighting in the Digital Age Recording Presented by Bryan King and Godfrey Bridger (Strategic Lighting Partners Ltd)
Bryan King and Godfrey Bridger (Strategic Lighting Partners Ltd) look at understanding the carbon emissions of public lighting and the impact of LEDs and control systems on carbon emissions.
Webinar 10 – Energy Certificates – How they work and how they help reduce reported emissions Recording Presented by Tim Middlehurst (New Zealand Energy Certificate Scheme (NZECS))
Join Tim Middlehurst, CEO of Certified Energy which manages the New Zealand Energy Certificate Scheme (NZECS), to hear about how the NZ scheme works, why similar schemes have become widespread overseas and how the scheme can be used to reduce reported emissions for you or your clients.
Webinar 11 – Insights into Energy Performance Contracting Recording Presented by Tarik Tez (Sydney), Brian Wade-French (Sydney) and Kok Chong Leow
Join Tarik Tez (Sydney), Brian Wade-French (Sydney) and Kok Chong Leow (Singapore) of Siemens to hear about the ins and outs of energy performance contracting and Energy as a Service agreements.
Webinar 12 – Quantifying the co-benefits of sustainability and efficiency Presented by Geoff Bennett (CarbonEMS) and Kath Dewar (GoodSense)
Often cited as significant but rarely quantified or promoted, the co-benefits of sustainability are often easy to see but not often evaluated. Geoff Bennett of CarbonEMS and Kath Dewar of GoodSense look at quantifying and valuing co-benefits and why they should be part of assessing sustainability initiatives.
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Times: 4:00 - 5:00pm