The energy data revolution: Getting ahead of the curve

21 May 2019
Energy Theatre

"Going beyond compliance with your data management strategy"

  • Driving behaviour change through your data
  • Using ISO 50001 and 14001 to drive continual improvement
  • The opportunity of using data to attain the Paris Agreement 

Baishakhi Sengupta, Energy compliance and sustainability manager, Avara Foods

"How 'big data' is driving manufacturing success"

  • Making energy a burning platform for your business
  • Gaining full control through smarter data systems
  • Big data and Industry 4.0 – what it all means

Fiona Worrall, Energy reporting and compliance manager, Rolls-Royce

"Using data to move energy up the corporate agenda and improve shareholders’ value"  

  • Driving energy management leadership across the business through your data 
  • Jargon busting for non-technical internal stakeholders 
  • Building alliances with corporate and non-corporate stakeholders

Dare Ilori, Group head of sustainability, Merlin Entertainments Plc

"Energy goes digital: How data is changing the way we produce and consume energy, forever"

  • Data is underpinning the changes in technology that are disrupting the energy market 
  • New markets will emerge and existing industries converge in front of the consumer 
  • The machines are talking? Are you listening? 

Dr Keith Wishart, Executive partner for energy and utilities, IBM

Panel discussion:

People versus technology: What is the most effective use of data?

Phil Hart, Director of energy and power - Cranfield University
Baishakhi Sengupta, Energy compliance and sustainability manager - Avara Foods
Dare Ilori, Group head of sustainability - Merlin Entertainments Plc
Fiona Worrall, Energy reporting and compliance manager - Rolls-Royce
Keith Wishart, Executive partner for energy and utilities - IBM




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