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Devon & Cornwall

Energy & Environmental Management Group


See our event programme below.

Membership of the DCEEMG: Over 200

Most meetings are usually held at 'Lakeside' at Roadford Lake near Launceston PL16 0JL; each meeting venue is confirmed in our invitation email to members.

Admittance by pre-registration only - DCEEMG members receive an invitation for each event.

Current membership subscription rates (annual):

125 corporate

50 up to 50 employees

30 individual

Database registration is free.


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CHAIRMAN: Alan Whipps, Divisional Director, Pell Frischmann Consulting Engineers, Exeter
Tel: 01392--441534 Mob: 07970--080404
E-mail: awhipps@pellfrischmann.com or dceemg@gmail.com

SECRETARY: Nick Osmaston, Chartered Energy Manager, Plymouth
Tel: 01752--568189 Mob: 07838--215779
E-mail: nick.osmaston@btinternet.com

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21 Feb 2018
Battery storage (venue: Exeter University)

21 Mar 2018
Presentation on ISO 50001 and ESOS (venue: Pell Frischmann, Exeter)

18 Apr 2018
AGM plus presentation on the Impact of Environmental Savings in Healthcare. Venue: Lakeside, Roadford Reservoir, PL16 0RL. Please confirm attendance to Hon Sec by 13 April 18

Jul 2018
Meeting details TBC

Sep 2018
Post BREXIT environmental landscape

Oct 2018
Energy savings with inverter drives and voltage optimisation

(early) Nov 2018
Site visit (& meeting) to SWW's Mayflower Water Treatment Works

Dec 2018
Christmas event

(The SW EEMGs' Notice Board includes some of the key presentations given at EEMG meetings.)

If you or your organisation would like to sponsor this group, a group event or this web page, contact the Chairman or Secretary (contact details above on the right hand side of this web page).

The Devon & Cornwall Energy & Environmental Management Group (DCEEMG) uses the nationally recognised "Greener Events" guide to help reduce the environmental impact of its events.

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