EMA Energy Management Awards 2018
In its 4th year, the Awards give prominence to those leading the energy management industry and inspire others to follow in the same footsteps.
The EMA is pleased to announce that the WINNERS of the 2018 Awards are:
Energy Manager 2018
Martin Bilton – Gatwick Airport Limited
Martin is a Chartered Engineer, member of the Energy Institute and has over 25 years’ experience in airport engineering roles covering mechanical services design, asset maintenance, contract and cost management. As Gatwick Airport’s Utilities Manager since 2009, Martin is closely involved in scoping business cases for energy projects including lighting projects, HVAC & boiler replacement and exploring options for site generation technology. His role also covers utilities budgeting and financial control including bill validation and energy risk management; combustion permit and energy legislation compliance; utilities contract management & procurement; water asset management and environmental action planning/reporting.
Junior Energy Management Professional 2018
Roederer Rose Lyne – University of Aberdeen
Roederer has been a member of the University of Aberdeen’s Energy Management Team since the summer of 2016 when she started as an intern. She joined the team full time as a Graduate Energy Engineer in June 2017, following the completion of her Mechanical Engineering MEng (Hons) degree. Roederer is responsible for keeping track of the savings made as part of the University’s 5 year Carbon Management Plan, in addition to researching potential energy saving projects that can be added to the plan’s project register. Another key part of her role is the maintenance of the University’s energy performance indicators, degree day analysis, and Monitoring & Targeting software, as well as managing the team’s student and staff engagement materials and events.
EMA Member 2018
Kirollus Tamer – Keltbray Group
Kiro studied an Energy Engineering and Sustainability degree and joined the industry in 2012 as a placement student. Due to the industry demand and opportunities, he was given a group role as soon as he graduated. Kiro joined the EMA in 2014 and became an EMA ESOS Lead Assessor. Since then, he has supported the EMA by contributing to The EMA Magazine, presenting at EMEX and also hosted a members’ meeting at one of his old sites. Currently, Kiro is working as an Energy and Environmental Advisor at Keltbray Group where his role involves assessing and managing the Group’s energy performance through energy procurement strategy, use of new technologies and employee engagement.
Energy Management Team 2018
The Energy Management Team – Marston’s Plc
With streamlined efficiency, Andy Kershaw, Chris White and Jon Davies’s astute awareness not only help Marston’s PLC operate above industry standards but placed it as a thought-leading company. In an over-saturated news period, they have remained focussed ensuring their real long-term sustainability work speaks for itself. The broader environmental agenda is brought to life by the team for everyone from Directors to Pubs; meaning the team’s engagement with the wider business ensures they remain realistic about the impact of their ideas/trials. No small task, but sheer enthusiasm to create a more sustainable business is only outweighed by business mind-set and dedication to create a future-proof Marston’s.
Energy Reduction Project Through Organisational Behaviour Change 2018
Last winter (17/18) Parkwood Leisure ran an employee engagement campaign "The Triad Challenge". The objective of the campaign was to educate and motivate staff in 42 leisure centres across England and Wales to focus on reducing Triad transmission charges without impacting upon customer experience. Engagement and success were continually monitored throughout the campaign and appropriately communicated back to a cost driven audience through use of league tables. The campaign aimed to be both informative and positive to sustain momentum and continuous improvement over the 4 month Triad season. Overall the actions taken by the leisure centre teams achieved a 20% reduction in peak electricity demand, reduced carbon emissions from electricity generation as well as alleviating pressure on the National Grid during national peak periods.
Energy Management Consultancy Service 2018
Energy and Technical Services Ltd (ETS)
Celebrating our 20th year in business, Energy and Technical Services Ltd (ETS) is an award winning, multi-disciplinary consultancy practice, specialising in energy management, technical engineering and compliance. We work with clients across the UK and Ireland on a variety of energy and engineering projects ranging in value from small scale refurbishments to multi-million-pound upgrades. Unique to our competitors, we combine the skills and expertise of both our Chartered Energy Managers and Chartered Engineers, which enables us to provide innovative solutions to energy saving initiatives that exceed our client’s expectations.
Energy Reduction Product 2018
Seeley International – Breezair TBSI 580
The Breezair TBSI 580 is the world’s first high performance, inverter motor, axial fan, evaporative air-conditioner. With outstanding cooling performance and energy efficiency, savings up to 90% in running costs compared to reverse cycle DX. For this award, we presented the product together with a case study of an installation at NIFCO UK Ltd, a manufacturer of components for a vast network of automotive manufacturers. 28 Breezair TBSI580 and 10 extract fans were installed in the factory to improve thermal comfort and air quality. The factory is now cooled to a more comfortable 24˚C, with Breezair units achieving COPs 12.5.
The 2018 Highly Commended in the following categories are:
Energy Manager of the Year Category:
Luke Olly - Co-op
Energy Management Team of the Year Category:
The Energy Management Team at Bedford Borough Council
The Energy Management Team at Rolls Royce plc
The Energy Management Team at the University of Aberdeen
Congratulations to all of our Winners and Highly Commended
This year’s entries were of an incredibly high standard. All winners and highly commended can truly celebrate and be proud of their achievements.