|Dan Hubbard, Group Energy Manager, MEI Chartered Energy Manager & EMA Member|
Dan is an active member of the Energy Institute and Energy Managers Association with over 14 years’ experience working for national multi-site brands in the leisure & retail industries, and more recently distribution & manufacturing. As Group Energy Manager for a large UK group of retail, distribution and manufacturing businesses, Dan is responsible for procurement, policy, compliance and efficiency projects along with all other aspects of energy & water use for an estate of over 350 sites. Over 7 years ago, whilst working in an operational role; Dan was given the opportunity to take on energy and water management projects. This quickly developed into a full time position and was the start of the journey to becoming an established Energy Management professional, Chartered Energy Manager and ESOS Lead Assessor. Dan has a demonstrable record of delivering significant financial, carbon and water savings in growing estates through a range of initiatives including behavioural change, monitoring & targeting and equipment optimisation and upgrade projects.
|Kyleigh Johns, Sustainability Energy Officer, Plymouth City Council |
Kyleigh has worked for Plymouth Council for eight years, starting in finance then moving into corporate property. She now manages the councils Gas, Electricity and Water contracts and is responsible for reducing the consumption and cost of utilities and waste across the corporate estate through behavioural change, better procurement of energy and energy reduction projects. Plymouth City Council have been a TEAM customer since 2006.
|Gareth Williams, Energy and Environment Manager, Arriva Rail North (Northern)|
Gareth is the Energy and Environment Manager for Northern and heads up the environment team and employed to create and oversee the environmental strategy. Northern have won awards for their sustainability excellence at the 2014 north of England excellence awards and the 2015 Rail Business Awards. Gareth was highly commended in the Energy Manager of the Year category of the 2015 Environment and Energy awards and again in the Sustainability Executive of the year category in the Business Green Leaders awards. Gareth is a member of IEMA and the EI and graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 2003 with an MSC in Environmental Engineering.
|Karen Butcher, Commercial Analyst, Greggs|
Karen has worked for Greggs for over 5 years as a Commercial Analyst, her role focuses on both the cost and consumption of energy across both the retail & supply elements of the business, which covers over 1600 sites.Greggs introduced TEAM Sigma Software six-years ago to monitor energy consumption and validate bills across all of it sites. The energy team process thousands of gas and electricity invoices every month, as well as manually entering water bills every quarter.
|Matthew Power, Senior Buyer – Utilities, Power & Cooling, BT|
Matt manages BT’s Non-UK energy supply and the UK Fuel Oil categories, optimising cost and risk and meeting environmental objectives. Matt also manages the bill validation and payment databases for BT processing approximately 230,000 invoices a month covering over 6500 sites. BT is one of the top 10 energy consumers in the UK, with annual spend >£250m, and BT is committed to being a responsible and sustainable business leader. Matt started in BT in 2005 and moved into Energy in 2012, since then Matt has saved millions through procurement decisions, data cleanse and portfolio changes.
|Vikki Wilkins, Energy Management Technician, Cornwall Council|
Vikki started working with Cornwall Council in 2008 as an administrator within the Energy Management Department. During her time with Cornwall Council she has covered for various members of staff while on maternity or sick leave. She now manages all the Energy for Cornwall Council. The authority rolled out the Sigma Energy Viewer about 18 months ago and at site level this has proved to be really successful. The site supervisors/premise co-ordinators can manage their consumption/costs and also enter their meter readings. The meter readings are a great help with the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) as it means the council is reporting on actual data.