BBBF’s Oil, Gas & Energy Special Interest Group meeting discusses Energy Saving Technology

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(from left to right) Mark Gravener, Head of BBBF’s SiGs; Simon Bromyard, Head of OGE SIG, Keynote speaker Troy Wrigley and Richard Monkhouse of Arencon Contracting

BBBF’s Oil, Gas & Energy Special Interest Group (SIG) in collaboration with Arencon Contracting hosted a meeting to discuss world-leading British technology on energy conservation. The keynote speaker, Mr. Troy Wrigley, Co-Founder & CEO of British Energy Saving Technology (BEST), introduced to the audience the number 1 energy saving option on the world market.

Head of the Oil, Gas & Energy Special Interest Group Mr. Simon Bromyard welcomed Mr. Wrigley and the guests to the meeting. 50 industry leaders and other professionals interested in reducing electricity costs and energy conservation in general, or in connection with Green Building and LEED initiatives, attended the presentation at the Capital Club.

British Energy Saving Technology (BEST) supplies innovative web‐based real‐time energy measurement and energy saving solutions in over 50 countries across the world. BEST’s world class energy saving products and software systems can help organisations reduce their energy costs by between 10% and 30%. Their real‐time energy monitoring system and cloud‐based analytics software, enable companies to accurately see how their energy is being used allowing them to eliminate waste, accurately verify the performance of energy saving solutions and implement behavioural change initiatives. BEST and its partner for Bahrain market Arencon Contracting aim to deliver significant savings, enhanced control and a rapid return on investment for a multitude of clients in Bahrain.

BBBF’s nine Special Interest Groups cover hospitality, construction, banking & financial services, ICT and legal sectors; oil, gas & energy, as well as organisational effectiveness, women in business, and young professionals, providing members and guests a valued medium for exchanging industry specific ideas and discussing issues relevant to a particular sector.

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