The Energy Performance Certification (EPC) Bureau, powered by Remote Metering Solutions (RMS), will be attending the upcoming 16th annual 2021 SAEEC Conference taking place from 3 to 5 November.
This exclusively online event is sponsored by the Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA).
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Moving on: Resilience with Energy Efficiency’.
It will feature several tracks:
- Strategies for environmental change
- Energy nexus links
- Sustainable generation and distribution
- Fourth industrial revolution and energy
- The business of energy businesses
In addition to these tracks, the Southern African Energy Efficiency Confederation (SAECC) will also be hosting several online training events and discussions.
“Events like these are important given the massive untapped potential that energy efficiency represents in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. Attending this event will provide us with invaluable insights from other energy efficiency stakeholders and practitioners. It will also give us the opportunity to create awareness about Energy Performance Certificates,” says Frikkie Malan at the Energy Performance Certification Bureau, powered by RMS.
The SAEEC has a vision to be the recognised link in energy efficiency for sustainable growth and prosperity through focused initiatives.
Established in 2005, Remote Metering Solutions (RMS) is the largest privately-owned South African utilities network manager. It serves more than 2000 retail, office, and industrial properties as well as numerous local councils and municipalities. RMS removes the complexity of measuring and validating the consumption of electricity, water, or gas regardless of the metering point or device, geographic location, or time interval.
Through the RMS Sustainability Services division, the company can assist its customers to comply with the recently introduced Energy Performance Certification (EPC) standard. An EPC measures the energy performance of a building and gives a rating valid for five years.
RMS manages properties across South Africa and other SADC countries.
To date, RMS has assisted its clients to recover more than R5-billion in utilities.