ENERGY WEEK 2023 – 14-16 NOVEMBER
In our Cold Chain Report 2023, Cold chain professionals said energy management technologies will have more influence over temperature-controlled logistics in the coming decade than automation, blockchain or changes to demand for cold chain products. That is why this year Energy Week is always a must-attend event for anyone in the profession.
With three free webinars, this is an informative and insightful week. You can watch back all the sessions below.
TUESDAY 14th NOVEMBER
REVEALING NEW COLD STORAGE ENERGY BENCHMARKS AND GUIDANCE ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY
In this webinar, Executive Director Tom Southall is joined firstly by Claire Chaffer from Jacobs to present our new cold storage energy benchmarks and explain how businesses can use this newly updated tool. Joanne Swift will then join him from The P & M Group, who will reveal the contents of three new energy efficiency guides designed to help cold storage businesses to improve the performance of their facilities.
For the past two years the Cold Chain Federation has been working with our partners at Jacobs Engineering to produce an energy benchmarking service for businesses that are part of the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme. Find the benchmark tool here.
WEDNESDAY 15th NOVEMBER
CCF INTERVIEWS… JUDITH EVANS, COLD CHAIN ENERGY PROFESSOR
A candid discussion between Shane Brennan and an internationally recognised expert in cold chain energy. Judith Evans of London South Bank University will discuss her latest research and ongoing projects with UK Government on cold chain energy usage, as well as providing her view on the long term potential of reducing energy use and emissions across the supply chain.
THURSDAY 16th NOVEMBER
THE COLD CHAIN RENEWABLE ENERGY PANEL
Liam Challenger will be joined by a panel of experts to assess the options available to cold chain operators when it comes to renewable energy. As well as advice on technology selection and how to plan the long term energy demand of your operation, we will also be trying to bust common myths on solar and other renewable technologies as well as offering a chance to put your questions to the panel.