Monday, February 4, 2013

Webinar - Myths & Realities of Energy Purchasing

Energy Manager Today is offering a one-hour energy management webinar on Wednesday, February 13, 2013,11am PST/2:00 PM EST.  Titled "Myths & Realities of Energy Purchasing," this webinar will debunk common myths and show you how to engage with the best providers that offer flexible products and timely market insights to achieve the most for your energy spend.

You'll learn how leading companies are utilizing a strategic energy roadmap approach to address challenges across the energy value chain to include energy procurement, efficiency and demand response, on-site generation and storage, micro-grid opportunities, advanced analytics and market and financial intelligence.

There will be ample time for Q&A with two industry experts:

+ Karl G. Van Orsdol, National Account Manager, Sustainable Portfolio Services DNV KEMA Energy and Sustainability

+ Bill Kenworthy, Director, Natural Gas Regional Operations, Energy Marketing, Hess Corporation

Seating is limited for this webinar. To register click here.

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