Sunday, June 17, 2012

Strategic Energy Procurement Webinar

On Tuesday, June 26, 2012, 11am PST/2pm EST Environment Leader presents a webinar on Energy.  From advanced metering, to enterprise software, to real time energy market prices ‘energy data’ is now more accessible than ever before. But many businesses and government agencies continue to struggle to actually utilize ‘energy data’ in their procurement process to gain insight and long term control over their energy costs. With the uncertainty of future energy rates and the fluctuation of end-user energy demand, businesses that can incorporate data into a strategic energy procurement plan can better forecast, plan and manage one of the top 5 business expenses – energy cost.

An increasing number of businesses and government agencies are recognizing the importance of controlling energy consumption and are actively evaluating as well as implementing strategies designed to reduce or flatten electric load. Farah Saeed, Principal Consultant, North America, Energy and Power Systems with Frost & Sullivan will highlight issues that are influencing companies to take charge of their electricity consumption.

Andrew Singer, Vice President of Major Accounts at Constellation will discuss practical strategies for building an energy procurement program that utilizes energy data to mitigate price risk, allows more accurate energy budgeting and forecasting, and gives you the flexibility to optimize both energy spend and energy consumption across your enterprise

Join Constellation, Frost & Sullivan, and Environmental Leader for a one-hour energy management webinar.

Topics of discussion will include:
  • Challenges in terms of controlling energy usage and consumption costs
  • Tools that are already implemented for mitigating energy cost
  • What is ‘energy data’?
  • Why are many companies not optimizing ‘energy data’?
  • All webinar attendees will receive the complimentary whitepaper, “SMART Energy Procurement: Using Data to Forecast, Plan and Manage Your Energy Spend”
Speakers:
  • Farah Saeed, Principal Consultant, Frost & Sullivan
  • Andrew Singer, Vice President of Major Accounts, Constellation
To register click here.

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1 comment:

Richardson said...

The first thing I notice is that I have to spend a lot of money to buy the equipment to give me the capability. This equipment is going to be produced the same carbon requiring way that everything else is so my first impact is to increase my carbon footprint, relative to the issue of providing electricity to my home.