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Horgan, Mr Edward

Horgan, Mr Edward

Ed Horgan BSc, MSc, CEng, MIE, CMgr, MCMI

 

Over the last 40 years, Ed has successfully delivered Energy Reduction and Carbon Management plans in most industrial, commercial, leisure, retail and the Public Sector.

 

His skills extend from monitoring, training, motivation and engagement programmes, energy auditing, bill analyses and data mining and the development of Net Zero strategies.  A substantial element of his work has involved project management of implementation programmes working for both clients and delivery contractors.

 

He also acts to deliver carbon compliance (ESOS, SECR etc) and advise on the wide range of climate change incentives (CCA/MinMet IETF etc) and grants.

 

He is passionate to drive carbon savings and is always available to provide free initial consultations and advice on delivering practical, cost effective savings.

RPEC Consultant details


Designation: BSc MSc CEng MEI MCMI DMS

Job title: Partner


Organisation address: York House, High Street, Amblecote, Stourbridge, DY8 4BT,

Organisation telephone: 01384 397777

Organisation email: ed.horgan@briarassociates.co.uk

Countries: United Kingdom -

Subjects: Energy efficiency - Management systems -


All consultants on the RPEC register have had their areas of expertise reviewed and rated below, where a 1 denotes "Some Experience" and a 4 denotes "Expert" in the specified sector or area of work.

Sector experience
Category Experience level
Accommodation and food service activities 3
Administrative and support service activities 2
Agriculture, forestry and fishing 1
Arts, entertainment and recreation 2
Chemical and petrochemical 2
Construction 2
Education 2
Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 2
Financial and insurance activities 2
Food and tobacco 1
Human health and social work activities 2
Industries and manufacturing not elsewhere specified 3
Information and communication 2
Iron and steel 3
Mining and quarrying 2
Non-ferrous metals 3
Non-metallic minerals 2
Paper, pulp and print 3
Professional, scientific and technical services 2
Public administration and defence 2
Textile and leather 3
Transportation and storage 2
Wholesale and retail trade 2
Technology experience
Category Experience level
Boilers 3
Building energy management systems (BEMS) 3
Combined heat and power (CHP) 2
Combustion processes 3
Compressed air 3
Comfort cooling 3
Control and instrumentation 4
District heating 4
Drying / Evaporation 2
Energy from waste 3
Heat exchangers 3
Heat recovery - high temperature 3
Heat recovery - low temperature 3
HVAC systems and plant 4
Insulation 3
Lighting and natural light 3
Low temperature hot water (LTHW) 4
Medium temperature hot water (MTHW) / Steam distribution systems 3
Motors and drives 3
Office equipment 3
Pumps and fans 2
Refrigeration and chilling 3
Renewable energy - Biomass 3
Renewable energy - Hydro 2
Renewable energy - Solar 3
Renewable energy - Wind 2
Separation technologies 2
Thermal mass 3
Skills and concepts
Category Experience level
Advanced process control systems 2
Carbon management 2
Conceptual design 4
Energy management - Data collection and analysis 4
Energy management - Management strategy and systems 4
Energy management - Workforce engagement 4
Energy metering 4
Industrial maintenance 2
Process integration 2
Quality systems 2

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