Never Underestimate the Cost of Power

First Part

This part of the talk looks at the difference between requested capacity and actual load take up for electricity usage across buildings. The talk identifies the significant gaps between requested capacity and actual consumption and what detrimental affects this has on your initial installation costs and ongoing energy costs.

Second Part

The second part of the talk looks at the challenges associated with organising utility connections and infrastructure to new buildings and developments. We look at the procurement options available to the client and explain why it is imperative that competition should be encouraged in line with the open market and current legislation.

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Scott Goodwin, Managing Director at Utility Results

D1 Training 13:00

Scott has worked in the infrastructure utility sector since 2000 and prior to that was a building engineer working for international companies on major projects including Gatwick and Heathrow airports, the Millennium Dome, The Bank of England and government buildings including 10 Downing Street and The Treasury.

Now Managing Director of Utility Results Ltd a leading infrastructure service consultancy, he works with blue chip developers providing utility services for green field and brown field residential and commercial developments all over the UK. This includes a wide range of projects from utility infrastructure planning for large regeneration projects for local boroughs to Utility Project management for large developments like Battersea Power Station to single buildings and Data Centres.

Clive Steed, at Utility Results

D1 Training 13:00

Clive is an electrical engineer with 30 years’ experience predominantly gained in the Utility sector. Clive’s career has been focussed on major connections in London and the South East connecting world class sporting venues, off shore wind farms and data centres. Having previously worked for UK Power Networks and EDF Energy Clive joined Utility Results in January 2016 as commercial director and has helped grow the business over the past four years.

Current Projects include master planning for two London local authorities, the redevelopment of Chrisp Street Market and some of the most prestigious new housing developments in Mayfair. As a graduate trainee with London Electricity Clive worked on the decommissioning of Battersea power station and 25 years later currently is supporting the reconnection of the former power station.