Professionals from Spain, the UK, Chile, Poland and Australia have taken part in a forum organised by the Centre of Excellence for Energy and FM, focusing on future trends in the field of energy efficiency.
The Centre of Excellence for Energy and Facility Management recently brought together more than 50 professionals from five countries (Spain, the UK, Poland, Chile and Australia) to discuss current and future trends in the energy efficiency market. The aim of this forum, which was held in the framework of the SUMMA Corporate University, was to share best practice through experts from the company’s different divisions. The forum also benefitted from the views of current and potential clients of Ferrovial Services such as General Motors and Philips. Juan Ignacio Beltrán, Director of the Centre of Excellence for Energy and Facility Management, opened the session with a global overview of Ferrovial Services’ main projects and challenges in this field. “Energy efficiency is a priority for both the public administration and the private sector due to potential savings and required adaptation to new regulations." And adds:
"It is a strategic market with a strong growth perspective in all the locations in which we work. Our aim is to offer distinctive solutions, while at the same time streamlining operations through innovation and the use of technology.”David Pocero, Special Projects and Development Manager for the Centre of Excellence for Energy and Facility Management, offered his views on the global energy market, its potential evolution in the short term, and its influence on energy efficiency. James Chandler, Head of Energy Efficiency for the Centre in the UK, spoke of the importance of energy efficiency in Britain, especially for strategic clients such as the Home Office; and Barry Hale, Lighting Manager for Amey, detailed his experiences in public lighting management in the British market.