How To Reduce Your Assets' Annual Energy Consumption By 23%
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Spiralling energy costs are an increasing concern across the energy sector supply chain. According to global management consultancy McKinsey & Co, the implementation of positive energy efficiency measures could reduce annual energy consumption in your assets by as much as 23% per annum. In the US alone, that could account for as much as $130 billion over a ten year period.
In this complimentary webinar, Gordon Heinrich, Founder and Principal Consultant at Braxis Energy, a Global Alliance Partner of Infor EAM Solutions, gives you concrete examples of how the right asset management systems can markedly improve energy performance management and tangibly reduce costs in a short time period.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How you can reduce annual energy consumption by almost a quarter
- Five stages of energy management
- A breakdown of how to institute an energy audit in your organisation
- How to keep in line with the EU Energy Efficiency Directive 2012 – 20% consumption decrease by 2020
- Towards “net zero energy” installations
- Aggregating data from a variety of sources – meters, SCADA and Energy Management Systems
- How to measure power quality
If you work in the energy industry in the following functions, this webinar is for you:
- Sustainability Officer
- Facility manager
- Energy engineer
- Asset Engineers
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Mr. Heinrich is an acknowledged expert in IT and software solutions for energy reduction and resource management. For almost a decade, he has been working with clients in the energy field to implement innovative solutions for managing energy resources that meet financial and sustainability goals. He is currently partnering with Infor, a leading Enterprise Asset Management solution provider, helping their customers realize significant energy savings. Prior to Braxis, Mr. Heinrich helped establish the Enterprise Energy Resource Management practice at Eaton, a global technology leader in power management solutions.
Prior to working in the energy field, Mr. Heinrich served as a senior executive with P&L responsibilities for both consulting practices and professional services organizations in leading technology companies including Inktomi, Nativeminds and First Consulting Group. He has delivered complex projects – business strategy, product planning and implementations – for some of the most demanding global corporations and institutions.
Mr. Heinrich holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.