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Lessons learnt from the Energy Crisis

About This Webinar

The price of energy has become a leading concern for many UK manufacturers. The prolonged high prices caught the industry by surprise and has significantly impacted the cost of operating, especially for sectors that require an uninterrupted energy supply. How could we have been better prepared? Join us to understand what you and your business can do.

  • Being proactive versus reactive
  • Taking the right approach to tackling market increases
  • Practical learnings and improvements that your business can make going forward
  • Q&A with our technical experts 
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Sales: Key Accounts
Covering a broad range of responsibilities, Dan’s role includes managing the Key Account Business Development Team, supporting partners, and developing his own client relationships. Dan holds over nine years’ industry experience, specifically within the manufacturing sector.
Dan is a well-known industry commentator and works with clients to advise and guide them in the development of energy and carbon management strategies. Further supporting businesses in reducing costs, consumption, and emissions at a time of increasing internal and external pressures.

Dan regularly hosts industry-related workshops and speaks at various trade events. With clients remarking “We have really valued Dan’s approach in making what can be a complex and sometimes daunting challenge into an organised and logical plan of action. This in turn helps drive value throughout our business and supply chain.” Dan is passionate about driving forward the way manufacturers consume energy, bringing them into a competitive net zero future.
Webinar hosting presenter
Business Development Manager
In his role as Business Development Manager, Scott is responsible for helping businesses develop and tailor bespoke energy and carbon solutions. With a background in Energy Account Management, Scott holds a sound understanding of Inspired’s comprehensive service portfolio and helping clients overcome energy challenges and maximise opportunities. Scott is passionate about speaking with businesses about their net zero journey and how he can help support.
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Business Development Manager
Claire has amassed over 25 years’ experience in the energy industry – and added a Master’s degree in Engineering & Design Management along the way. Claire has undertaken investment grade studies for a wide range of sustainable technologies. Her experience also includes managing the energy trading needs of a portfolio of renewable energy assets.