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We are working hard to embed sustainability into all aspects of our organisation and services. How are we doing this and what can you do to help? Join our webinar on Thursday 26th September to learn more.

With over 3000 properties and 5000 employees, we have a responsibility towards reducing the environmental impact of our buildings and creating awareness amongst our people and the occupiers of our buildings to help us do this. By working together, we can reduce waste, the carbon intensity of our buildings, and operating costs.

The newly formed Energy and Environment team are focusing on designing and implementing a strategy that looks at both targeting energy and environment management in a holistic way from individual sites through to the corporate level. To make this a success – we need your help.

Join this webinar on Thursday 26th September from 12.30pm - 1.15pm to learn about our strategy and the changes you can make to help us achieve our goals.

Agenda:

  • Industry trends
  • NHSPS’ current position, challenges and goals
  • How tenants can help make our buildings more environmentally friendly 
  • Q&A 

Speakers: 

  • Cameron Hawkins, Head of Energy and Environment, NHS Property Services
  • Nick MacDonald Smith, Principal Energy and Environment Programme Officer, NHS Property Services

 

Cameron Hawkins, Head of Energy and Environment, NHS Property Services

Cameron joined NHSPS as the Head of Energy and Environment in December 2018 to head up the newly formed Energy and Environment team. Covering utilities, water, waste and transport, Cameron’s objectives are to reduce the environmental impact of NHSPS’ operations, reduce costs and to ensure compliance with environmental legislations. Cameron brings vast experience in the energy and environment industry having most recently been a Director of Energy Management at a global real estate company, overseeing the implementation of energy and environment strategies at over a dozen global, EMEA and UK businesses. Previous to this Cameron has switched between consulting on and project managing large energy efficiency projects from New Zealand to New York.

Nick MacDonald Smith, Principal Energy and Environment Programme Officer, NHS Property Services

Nick has been working in energy efficiency and sustainability in the built environment for the last 13 years both in consulting and in-house roles across engineering to property management organisations. He has been an accredited Energy Performance Certificate Assessor as well as a BREEAM Commercial Assessor in the past, and has managed portfolio wide certification programs for EPCs/DECs, Air Conditioning Assessments, BREEAM Certification and other mandatory and non-mandatory reporting requirements. Nick is aware of the need to maximise the potential of the data we gather every day, but do not necessarily capture and analyse. The rise of Big Data and data analytics in the built environment is allowing better understanding of energy use and where the opportunities to drive large savings are in a large and diverse estate.