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EMSc (UK) Ltd, green tech manufacturer of the Powerstar range of voltage optimisation energy saving solutions, has announced it will be holding a Public Sector Sustainability Conference, at Epsom Downs Racecourse on Wednesday the 25th September 2013.
Free to attend, the event will address sustainability issues across the public sector and will provide delegates with information on how to improve energy efficiency and the importance of doing so.
The Public Sector Sustainability Conference follows two very successful sustainability conferences held by EMSc (UK) Ltd in the last twelve months for the manufacturing and leisure industries, which were held in Sheffield and London respectively.
The event will provide advice on industry best practices with a range of industry experts enlightening the audience on the numerous environmental pressures facing public sector organisations.
Speakers include Greg Markham, president of the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estates Management (IHEEM). Mr. Markham has over 20 years experience in building services engineering maintenance across the NHS and various private sector businesses, including the formation and leadership of new Energy Management, Technical Advisor, Asset & Lifecycle Management and Condition Based Maintenance teams.
Dr David Hickie, executive director of the Public Sector Sustainability Association (PSSA) and Paul Burnett, group development director of Imtech will also deliver keynote presentations at the conference which will run between 11:30am-3:00pm.
Supporting the impressive line-up of guest speakers will be EMSc (UK) Ltd’s own public sector business consultants for the Powerstar range of voltage optimisation solutions, Terry Shemwell (Local Authorities) and Duncan Agnew (NHS).
The event will be of interest to a wide variety of senior managers across the public sector including: sustainability managers, energy managers, facilities managers, head of estates, property managers, operations managers, head of services, directors and chief executives.
Nick Lee, group marketing manager for EMSc (UK) Ltd commented, “Our previous conferences have proven very successful and this one looks set to replicate the success, with an exciting line up of speakers, and a large turnout of delegates looking to further sustainability strategies in their organisation.”
Mr. Lee added, “A growing number of senior managers recognise that due to ever increasing energy costs and government legislation, they have to find ways to reduce energy use and CO2 emissions. The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to learn how, by introducing simple solutions, they can take steps to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions associated with their operations.”