EDW Technology’s roadmap for TEAM, future developments in the energy industry, Smart Metering, Transmission and Distribution charging were just some of the topics discussed at the 2017 TEAM User Group Conference.
One of the main presentations this year was about connecting people through TV, radio, mobile and the Internet of Things (IoT) for an enriched and safer life presented by TEAM customer Arqiva.
The annual event featured an exciting line-up of case study guest speakers. Alexis Percival from Yorkshire Ambulance Service challenged delegates to imagine the world in 2030, Joel Cardinal from University of Warwick talked about behaviour change to support adaptation to a low-carbon society, and Andrew Sunderland from Oxford City Council explained how he uses TEAM software to monitor energy efficiency projects.
Training sessions were available to help Energy Managers in their day-to-day roles and covered topics like importing data from AMR and the enhanced functionality of TEAM’s Bill Entry software. There was a roundtable discussion about Legislation, compliance and M&V to help with energy savings. Other areas for debate included Demand Side Response and the Best Practice of EDI billing for water suppliers, hosted by BT.
Jason Rogers at Haringey Council said
I always look forward to TEAMs User Group Conference and hearing the latest updates. EDW Technology look to be making some dynamic changes that will tailor to everyone’s needs whilst remaining true to the iconic TEAM brand.
William Campbell at Utility Aid said
TEAM’s User Group Conference always provides an excellent opportunity to keep in touch with latest legislation changes, watch excellent presentations and gain perspective from delegates in the industry.
David Park at Abellio ScotRail
The highlight of my day was hearing from Andrew Sunderland at Oxford City Council about how he is managing energy, exploring various technologies and using Sigma to monitor cost benefits.
Thank you to all the speakers who provided thought provoking presentations and our customers who attended the 2017 TEAM User Group Conference.
We look forward to seeing you all at the Regional Support Groups in May 2018.