Why attend?

  • Discover why behaviour change produces the best results as part of an integrated series of measures;
  • Learn how to apply a Behaviour Change programme which is relevant and realistic in a commercial setting.
  • Gain insights and tips on how to conduct behaviour change that can produce measurable, replicable results whilst lowering risk with limited CAPEX;
  • Receive a copy of npower Business Solution’s “The Twenty Per Cent Imperative”.

“If climate change is a result of anthropogenic activities, then solving the environmental factors, managing energy costs and energy security must all involve human activity.” Phil Griffiths, npower Business Solutions

The topic of energy efficiency has been around for decades, but few have successfully tackled and changed the behaviour of those people who occupy the buildings.

Behaviour change offers a low-cost solution to energy efficiency. Behaviour is visible, measurable and specialists are able to influence behaviour in order to improve Key Performance Indicators (KPI) which in this case are energy usage / carbon reduction.

If done properly, Behaviour Change can be as part of a series of integrated measures to deliver real, measurable reductions in energy consumption, costs and carbon, which can then be translated to Board Level to prove the essential role Sustainability plays in a competitive business.

So, how should one conduct behaviour change? Which behaviour project should you choose to action?

Free white paper:

Those who register to this web clinic will receive a copy of npower Business Solution’s “The Twenty Per Cent Imperative”.

Energy is a commodity cost, but Energy Management is a key driver of a businesses’ profitability and competitiveness, and thus being a sustainable business is not a marketing gimmick, but a board level business enabler. This paper will show you how businesses which balance energy consumption and generation to the best commercial advantage, whilst setting an energy saving target of 20%, will realise a number of commercial opportunities including protected profitability, global competitiveness, improved cash flows and reduced carbon emissions.


The speakers:



   Phil Griffiths



Phil Griffiths Low Carbon Psychologist

Phil Griffiths joined the company following the completion of his research on Low Carbon Behaviour with the University of South Wales. Phil’s research included a behavioural intervention at the Trostre works of TATA Steel which achieved a controlled and significant improvement in energy performance resulting in substantial financial savings and reduced carbon emissions.


Dave Horton, Energy Specialist

Dave has worked within the Energy Industry since 1996, working across many of its different processes and systems. Latterly he has spent 6 years as the Head of Sustainability & Capital Investment for npower which included within his area the companies £5.5 million energy budgets and Regulatory compliance for the RWE Group in the UK. Being named EMA’s Energy Manager of the Year in 2015, Dave now works within npower’s Innovation Team, pioneering the development of our scheme to train the next wave of Energy Managers