The EMA Magazine – Past Articles

Have you ever wondered what is the one thing that you should avoid doing when looking for a new supplier, renewing a contract, validating a bill...

Have you ever wondered what is the one thing that you should avoid doing when undertaking a waste audit, structuring waste management strategy or...

No one could have predicted that the new decade would start with such a challenge and that a couple of months into 2020...

The role of an Energy Manager is varied and requires many skills. You can be office based one day and visiting a plant room...

We are entering the new decade with an increased importance of the energy management industry, heightened awareness...

With an annual utilities bill of £6.2 million across 470 buildings and 393,000 m2 floor space...

The university’s annual utility spend is circa £3.5M, with the majority of consumption at...

The title of this article sounds cheesy, but I have got your attention. Cheesy as it sounds, there are
a lot of similarities between...

Behaviour change has long been a buzzword in energy management circles, but it is...

The term ‘smart’ has been used within the energy industry for a number of years now and it is clear that the intentions of
people to create...

Without looking for particularly long you will always be able to find a list of reasons not to...

In an ideal world every building would have a single gas, electricity and water...

To ensure you get the most from a new BMS, you first need to consider a number of questions...

As the government looks to make power generation in the UK more efficient...

In simple terms, an EPC is a binding agreement between the customer/end-user and the ESCO (energy service company) to...

Seeking an approval for energy efficiency projects and campaigns from organisations’ key stakeholders can be a daunting process. 

When a business takes that decision to manage and reduce its energy, it saves the business some money...

As an Energy Manager, one will likely have responsibility for setting an annual energy budget.

Energy Managers often identify opportunities for energy reduction, either through their own energy audits or...

Welsh Water is a not-for-profit water company serving around three million customers in Wales and Herefordshire. Operating over 4200 sites to deliver a 24/7...

How many times do you get a phone call that starts “I can save you money on your energy and gas bills”...

At the heart of this industrial strategy is the need to address the infamous term “energy trilemma”...

Many organisations seek services of energy
management service providers or consultants to
work...

Energy is often seen as a commodity that is needed in the running of a supermarket but otherwise ignored, a number on a balance sheet.

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There is so much to tackle when it comes to energy management, so much to learn to do it right and, frequently, not enough time to devote to really diving in. Explore the EMA training courses and be inspired...

The EMA Recognised Energy Manager status is awarded to those professionals who are able to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of energy management. The EMA professional status award is a great way of gaining...

Many energy management practitioners have the skills to understand their organisation’s energy usage, consumption patterns, trend
data and operational requirements but very few are professionally recognised as Energy Managers.

In an ideal world, we would prefer to buy a piece of equipment that reduced energy without human interaction; however, realistically without the help of all the people in your organisation, savings will either not happen or be quickly...