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May webinar on ‘Meeting the energy and carbon challenge in the NHS’

The energy market has certainly hit the news headlines in recent times, as the conflict in Ukraine has led to record market prices, and concerns about long-term continuity of supply.

Similarly, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s most recent report, IPCC Working Group III report, Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of climate change, published in early April, again highlighted the need for ever more urgent action to deliver on our carbon net zero commitments.

So says leading energy management and sustainability consultancy, Inenco, which concludes that ‘there has never been a more urgent moment for NHS Trusts to look afresh at how they can best mitigate rising prices, and reduce energy consumption – to both cut costs, and, simultaneously, deliver on the NHS’s 2040 Net Zero goal’. Inenco adds: “In our upcoming webinar, taking place at 11.00 am on Wednesday 18 May, HEJ editor, Jonathan Baillie, will discuss both the challenges and opportunities with Beth Goodwin, Senior Account Manager and NHS Specialist at Inenco (pictured).

 The session will focus upon how to:

  • Best mitigate the impact the of rising energy prices through an effective procurement strategy.
  • Implement practical energy consumption optimisation projects to reduce overall costs.
  • Move to practical implementation of Trusts’ Green Plans, and meet the associated decarbonisation challenge

Beth Goodwin added: “We hope you can join us on the morning of 18 May at for what we are sure will be a practical and insightful session, drawing on Inenco’s 50 years’ plus of experience of navigating the energy market, and our more recent experience of supporting numerous Trusts in shaping their Green Plans.”

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