9th International Conference for European EnergyManagers
6th / 7th November 2018
Prague, Czech Republic
Participant fee: 150 € (+ 21% VAT)
simultaneous translation into Czech, German and English
GRANDIOR PRAGUE HOTEL
Na Poříčí 42,
110 00 Prague 1,
Accommodation possibilities EUREM conference in Prague
Tuesday, 6th November 2018
|12:00||Registration with welcome Snack|
|13:00||Opening Speech, introductory lecture|
|14:00||Parallel Workshops Block 1|
|16:00||Parallel Workshops Block 2|
Wednesday, 7th November 2018
|09:00||Parallel Workshops Block 3|
|11:00||Final lecture, summary, award ceremony|
On 1st of March 2018 the 4th EU funded project “EUREMnext – Taking European Energy Manager to next efficiency levels by implementing energy audit recommendations” was launched. The aim of this 36-months project is the expansion of the EnergyManager Training to another six European countries. The training offers through practical projects the implementation of efficiency measures and a perfect preparation for the introduction of the energy management system ISO 50001.
Already for the third time the Czech Republic was given the opportunity to host the international conference EUREM focused on the preparation and implementation of energy-saving projects in companies and organizations. In November 2018, Prague will host the ninth edition of the conference. As the highlight of the conference, the prestigious EUREM Award 2018 will be awarded for the best energy-saving projects implemented within the 27 countries part of the EUREM courses.
The aim of the conference is to inform enterprises about the latest findings in the implementation of corporate energy-saving projects. The main emphasis will be placed on presenting examples taken directly from concrete projects. Thus, in November 2018 in Prague, participants will have the unique opportunity to meet with foreign experts who have long experience in the field of energy efficiency.
Within six thematic workshops taking place over two days, the latest findings in the field and interesting examples will be introduced. Additionally, more than 20 specific, already implemented projects will be presented to the participants. The six thematically intertwined workshops will enable the participants not only to deal with specific questions, but at the same time gain an overview from an energy auditor’s perspective.