Energy

The manufacturing or processing of food requires substantial energy consumption, with many plants throughout Ireland now using a combination of energy supplier and types of energy it has never been more important to understand the metering and monitoring process. At Future in Food Ireland 2017, our keynote speakers discuss openly their energy strategies within their particular food processing facilities.

The event will analyse the challenges and benefits of a food processing facility adopting the ISO50001 International Energy Standard.FoodProcessingLine

Excessive use of energy is usually associated with many industrial plants worldwide, and food processing plants are no exception. Enormous potential exists for cost-effective improvement in existing energy-using equipment and processes. Also, application of
good housekeeping measures can result in appreciable savings in energy.

Future in Food Ireland 2017 strives to highlight modern energy saving strategies, by allowing our speakers to provide us with an insight into cutting edge facilities and the energy programmes they have implemented.

No other Irish event will provide delegates with a better understanding and example of the energy saving measures available within the Irish food processing sector.

To find out more and request a delegate pack information pack please contact Ronan McGlade today.

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To reserve your delegate seat at Future in Food Ireland simply email Ronan indicating same and confirmation will be forwarded to you without delay.