Energy Management for Facility Managers – November 13, 2012


Energy Management for FMs, 13th November 2012

1-day course

Venue: Ramada Nord Hotel, Bucharest


Energy costs are still rising and the threat of global warming means the spotlight is on energy use in buildings. The Facilities manager plays a central role in implementing energy policies to provide sustainable solutions to workplace management. Running costs can be reduced and environmental targets met through good management of energy consumption.


Through this course, leading Energy Management consultant, Phil Jones examines how good practice in energy management results in positive recognition for the FM, through innovative cost savings and support of key social issues.

Course content

Why save energy?

Developing an energy policy

Introducing an energy efficiency campaign

No-cost and low-cost measures for buildings

Low and zero carbon technologies for buildings

Integrating measures into the building design

Implementing energy saving measures

Raising staff awareness

Using building log books

EPBD, asset ratings and operational ratings

Measuring energy performance through monitoring & targeting

How to attend

Please fill in the following form and sent it at, or call 021.403.41.20.


465 Euro + VAT for RABO members

520 Euro + VAT for non-members

About the trainer


A qualified Electrical Engineer, Dick has extensive experience in the sustainability profession with a career that has largely focussed on the reduction of energy, emissions and environmental impacts spanning over 15 years. Dick has worked with many public sector clients as well as global private sector organisations to provide services ranging from energy reduction to legislative compliance. In recent years, he has held senior roles with both Johnson Controls and Mace Macro, offering advice to clients in the UK and overseas.

Working with local FM and engineering teams for a range of financial, retail, blue chip and light industrial clients, Dick has been involved with the development of energy & environmental management platforms which range from specific component initiatives to full encompassing national programs. These have covered areas such as Energy Utilities procurement advice, waste, water and pollution reduction programs with verification and reporting on a monthly and annual basis, business case development and ROI estimates. Dick also has extensive experience of regulatory and legislative compliance and risk avoidance consulting across the CRC, EUETS, The CCA, EPBD requirements (e.g. refrigeration inspections, EPAs and DECs), BREEAM, LEED and ISO14001 from which a wealth of background expertise has been gained.

He has also trained staff in the UK and overseas on a range of Energy Management topics.

Clients have included Oracle Corporation, Barclays plc, Exxon Mobil, BP, State Street and Cadburys in a range of operating platforms across EMEA and the Middle East.