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Devon & Cornwall

Energy & Environmental Management Group

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See our event programme below.

Membership of the DCEEMG: Over 200

Most meetings are 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):

100 corporate

30 individual

Database registration is free.




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CHAIRMAN: David Rose, Energy & Carbon Manager, South West Water Ltd, Peninsula House, Rydon Lane, Exeter, EX2 7HR
Tel: 01392 443274 E-mail: drose@southwestwater.co.uk

SECRETARY: Alan Whipps, Technical Director, Pell Frischmann Consulting Engineers, Exeter
Tel: 01392 441 534 E-mail: dceemg@gmail.com

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PROVISIONAL 2017 PROGRAMME:

25 Jan 2017
Retail Competition in the Water Industry: Market Ready for April 2017

15 Feb 2017
Lean Energy and Six Sigma

15 Mar 2017
Building Management Systems and Building Information Modelling

26 Apr 2017
Moving People: Sustainable Mobility in the South West, Car and Bike Clubs, Future for Rail Travel etc.

17 May 2017
Renewable Heat: Heat Pumps and Heat Networks

14 Jun 2017
Setting and Meeting Science Based Carbon Targets

20 Sep 2017
Treeconomics: Valuing Trees in the Urban Environment

18 Oct 2017
Thermography, Thermal Imaging and Heat Loss Surveys

15 Nov 2017
The Implications of BREXIT on Energy Policy, Security and Costs

13 Dec 2017
National Trust House Visit: Integrating Renewable Energy in Historic Settings

(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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