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Innovation Centre

University of Exeter

Rennes Road

Exeter

EX4 4RN

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Achieving carbon and cost reduction targets in the commercial built environment

A business breakfast event for Facility and Property Managers, Consulting and Building Services Engineers; to provide information on the latest technology trends, carbon and energy saving opportunities and the best performing technologies for existing commercial buildings and new builds.

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Hosted by:

Jonathan Davis, Head Of Midas Energy

Finian Parrick, Managing Director, Minibems

Duncan Banks, CEO, IU Energy

Agenda:

8am - Arrive, tea, coffee & networking

8.30am - Breakfast

9am - Presentations & Q & A’s.

10am - Finish / further networking

Presentations:

Why do we value engineer the energy saving elements out of large projects? By Jonathan Davis of Midas Energy.

The benefits of slowing everything down; variable volume control in the built environment. By Finian Parrick of Minibems.

Market pressures on commercial energy costs. By Duncan Banks of IU Energy.

Speakers:

Jonathan Davis has worked extensively in the renewable energy sector since 2003. He applies his pragmatic, solution focused approach to addressing the needs of Mi-Space clients and the wider Midas Group. From district heat schemes to wind turbines, PV to heat pumps Jonathan sees the opportunities where others don’t and is adept at getting projects off the drawing board and into reality.

Finian Parrick has worked in renewable engineering since 2001 and has delivered more than 300 commercial district heating schemes. He has spent the last few years developing the Minibems technology, providing enhanced distributed control in district heating systems, and has won several awards for this innovation.

Duncan Banks has worked in international energy security since 2004. He became CEO of IU Energy in 2013, delivering solutions to over 1500 commercial energy users. A proponent of effects based energy planning, Duncan has reduced the energy operating cost of businesses in Care, Leisure, Education, Manufacturing & Engineering and Agriculture.

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Innovation Centre

University of Exeter

Rennes Road

Exeter

EX4 4RN

United Kingdom

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