energy management course News

  • EI North Eastern branch energy training course

    On behalf of the Energy Institute (EI) and GREENFOODS consortium, Dr Chian Wen Chan organised a 3 day GREENFOODS Energy Training course from 27-29 April. The course looked at energy efficiency and renewable energy across the Food and Drinks (F&D) industry, something which is especially important with the onset of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). The trainers ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • Successful Project Management for Renewable Energies

    RENAC is expanding its training program for renewable energies through a new, online part-time programme. The autumn sees the start of the three-month short courses "Project Management" and "Investment Appraisal". This English-language programme is being organized together with the Beuth University of Applied Sciences, Berlin and combines management or funding expertise with specialist skills for ...

  • NYISO Charts Course for an Integrated Grid Distributed Energy Resource Roadmap Released

    Continuing its work at the forefront of market design and commitment to making the electric grid smarter, greener and more efficient, the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) recently (2/2) released its Distributed Energy Resource Roadmap. With Distributed Energy Resources (DER) poised to transform New York's wholesale electric system, the Roadmap offers routes to a future where consumers ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • FEMP Presents Latest Training Course on Advanced Energy Savings Performance Contracting

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) launched its latest on-demand, eTraining core course, Energy Savings Performance Contracts: Advanced Guide, for no-cost, on-demand access. In this course, FEMP ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Leanardo Energy holds second concentrated solar power online training course

    Following the first training series dedicated to Concentrated Solar Power technology description, Leonardo Energy is launching a second course, covering market aspects, special applications (solar desalination) and solar resource assessment. To register for the course, please ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • New Energy Study Finds Businesses Strongly Concerned about Resiliency but Lack Course of Action

    A new study released by Harvard Business Review Analytics Services, sponsored and created in part by Siemens, surveyed leaders from organizations including businesses, hospitals and higher education institutions from across the U.S. on their efforts to address business resiliency and energy innovation. The study was released in conjunction with a Harvard Business Review and Siemens series in Los ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • IEA report sets a course for doubling hydroelectricity output by 2050

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Ministry of Mines and Energy of the Federative Republic of Brazil show in a report released today how to double hydroelectricity production by 2050, an achievement that could prevent annual emissions of up to 3 billion tonnes of CO2 from fossil-fuel plants. The report, Technology Roadmap: Hydropower< ...


    By International Energy Agency

  • Opening up the energy markets; speech to Energy UK

    Introduction I want to start today by saying how crucial your work is to the country. You produce and supply the energy that keeps our society running. That heats our homes, lights our streets and powers our working lives. Every single day, working together, you supply the country with one billion kilowatt hours of electricity. Enough power to make 50 ...

  • BSI Launches Training for New Energy Management Standard to Help Companies Cut Costs and Reduce GHG Emissions

    BSI announces the launch of the first internationally-recognized energy management standard to help organizations improve profitability, cut GHG emissions, and meet climate change targets. ISO 50001 will help organizations of all sizes implement the processes necessary to understand their baseline energy usage, as well as to establish action plans, targets, and energy performance ...


    By BSI

  • Women @ Energy: Pam Richmond

    Pam Richmond is an Internet project manager in the Environmental Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory. For over 15 years, Pam has managed, designed, and developed websites and online learning to support programs in the areas of environmental remediation, decision support, and public outreach. She designs web-based tools with the end user in mind, striving to communicate technical ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Scotland Analysis: Energy

    The Government has today published the 12th paper in the Scotland Analysis Programme series to inform the debate on Scotland’s future within the United Kingdom. “Scotland Analysis: Energy” (Cm 8826) examines the benefits of the current single energy market across Great Britain (GB) for managing energy policy and examines the potential implications of independence. The paper ...

  • Energy UK conference

    Introduction Many thanks Angela for that introduction. Let me take this opportunity to thank you for the efforts you have made over the last two years as Energy UK Chief Executive, to keep open the lines of communication between Government, the energy industry and the public. It hasn’t been easy at times. But I have always appreciated your candour and forthright ...

  • Association of Decentralised Energy speech

    Thank you for that kind introduction… I would like to thank the Association of Decentralised Energy and particularly my noble Lord, and the Association’s President, Lord Risby for inviting me to speak here today at his President’s Reception. I am even more pleased that I am still able to address you from this magnificent venue [the House of Lords], and we’ve not yet been ...

  • Securing Britain’s Energy Future

    INTRODUCTION It’s an honour to be asked to give the inaugural Annual International Energy Lecture here at the UCL Energy Institute. And I’m delighted to be making the speech today, when Royal Assent has been given to the Energy Bill – so we now have the Energy Act 2013. Thanks to any of you who’ve helped in its birth. Now in June 2014 the Institute ...

  • RENEXPO® - At the heart of the energy revolution

    The 12th international energy trade fair RENEXPO® will provide over 350 exhibitors the opportunity to present a comprehensive overview of the newest developments in regenerative energy production, intelligent energy distribution and energy efficiency. This year's event will once again bring together over 14,000 decision makers, investors and stakeholders from all over Europe. Over 1,000 ...


    By REECO GmbH

  • Address to the Tidal Energy Summit

    Introduction It’s great to be here today at your annual Tidal Energy Summit. It’s my first time – and despite the election, I hope it won’t be my last. The reason for that is because I’m passionate about the potential of tidal technologies which I think are vital for our green, low carbon future. We only have a half an hour session together, ...

  • The energy security challenge

    Speech by Edward Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change to the Economist UK Energy Conference. Originally given at Marriott Hotel, London. This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ slightly from the delivered version. INTRODUCTION It’s a great pleasure to be with you here this morning. This summit is taking place at ...

  • Women @ Energy: Susan Coghlan

    Susan Coghlan is the Deputy Division Director for the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) and the project director for the facility’s powerful supercomputing systems including Mira, the fifth fastest supercomputer in the world. She is responsible for overseeing the installation of supercomputers and ensuring that they meet the U.S. Department of Energy’s mission needs. In her ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Energy Grader is a #SmartCATChallenge finalist

    Energy Grader, our innovative online app that calculates your energy savings potential, will be presented today during the final round of the #SmartCATChallenge app competition. Energy Grader reaches final stage in SmartCAT Challenge app competition On November ...


    By DEXMA

  • RENAC wind courses can help in avoiding costly mistakes during planning and financing of wind farms

    Poor planning, errors in the logistics, construction delays owing to overlooked permits are just some of the risks in the construction of wind parks which can drive the costs to undreamed of heights, both in the short and long term. Advanced planning can avert these and other, similar gaps during the design and financing stages. In the three-day RENAC wind courses possible pitfalls in planning ...

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