EPA’s ENERGY STAR program helps companies develop and refine strategic energy management across their operations. This presentation will discuss ENERGY STAR resources and how they can be leveraged to improve an organization, as over 1,500 companies have already done.
The session focused on the challenges of running a corporate sustainability program amongst job cuts and budget tightening. The discussion will include how to bring invaluable improvements and insight to your operation, work in tune with corporate goals, and justify the program. Plus the outlook for sustainability job roles in future. The focus will be on market trends, research and tangible benefits with real world examples of developing, launching and extending a Corporate Social Responsibility program.
Introductory Bio Mike is the Vice President of Sales for Bio-Reaction Industries, and is responsible… Read more »
Introductory Bio Paul has been a team member of US LED since 2003. During his… Read more »
Introductory Bio Bill Olson is Director of the Office of Sustainability and Stewardship for Motorola… Read more »
A discussion of one company’s journey on the path to sustainability and the issues and challenges and successes in building an award-winning program that has become a pillar of Keystone’s global strategy.
Introductory Bio Paul Bleiweis, Ph.D., is President and CEO of Energy Automation Systems Inc. (EASI)…. Read more »
In 2010, Eastman’s Corporate Energy Team was restructured and revitalized. Three guiding principles were established – ensuring the accuracy of information, maximizing existing assets, and incorporating energy efficiency in capital investments. Eastman’s energy strategy is depicted as a puzzle with each aspect of the strategy – energy awareness, measurable goals, knowledgeable resources, site wide initiatives, and energy efficiency projects – representing a specific piece of the puzzle.
The Raytheon energy conservation program has been highly recognized across the Nation as well as internationally by the US EPA ENERGY STAR program, US EPA Climate Leaders program and the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA). The panel will focus on what Raytheon has done and is continuing to do to reach out to their employees to reduce plug load as well as how to tune up the infrastructure, conserve energy, and reduce costs. In addition, Raytheon has developed an energy survey tool which they use to identify and eliminate energy waste.
Introductory Bio Roger Richmond-Smith is founder of the Smardt Chiller Group, Co-Founder of Turbocor(1993) and… Read more »
Introductory Bio Mike has a broad background in business management and project development and implementation…. Read more »
Introductory Bio Kahley Malloy began working in the waste and recycling industry in 1990 where… Read more »
Introductory Bio Janey is responsible for the Buildings Division Systems Integration business for the West… Read more »
Introductory Bio Bill is currently responsible for the Wonderware Corporate Energy Management Application, a product… Read more »
Introductory Bio Kevin has been involved with the instrumentation industry for more than 20 years…. Read more »
Introductory Bio Spending the past three decades leading Energy Management Systems Inc., Dave Riggle is… Read more »
Introductory Bio Cynthia Sener joined Solatube International 4 years ago as VP of Marketing with… Read more »
Introductory Bio Mr. Dionne has held numerous senior appointments in the high technology sector and… Read more »
Introductory Bio Angel Sustaeta is a Business Strategy, Market and Business Development Leader with over… Read more »
Introductory Bio TODD D. SMITH, CEM, CSDP is a Certified Energy Manager and Certified Sustainable… Read more »
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