With new mandates by municipalities and governments to become more energy efficient, operators and managers will explore some of the energy areas that will help them meet governmental goals to reduce energy and become more sustainable.
In Energy Matters, attendees will briefly learn where the pressure of Energy Savings and Water Management come together through federal policies that translate into operational policies.
The framework for policies that are driving their business will be explored as a backdrop to the conversation of how every facility can make changes that will help their bottom line and their long-term energy consumption. In this session, Mr. Allen will discuss the changing environment around sustainability, energy and water.
Every municipality is faced with meeting their operational objectives and funding the ever-changing business of managing water and wastewater.
In Energy Matters, Mr. Allen will take attendees through very basic steps every plant can take to improve their energy consumption.
Strategies for energy consumption will be highlighted, to give attendees the opportunity to look at their own business and consider where they might need either expert help to improve, like using instrumentation and more consistent monitoring devices or where simple evaluation of plant operations can be adjusted to make a difference in energy consumption.
While energy and sustainability are tightly linked, the training in Energy Matters is organized to help attendees look strategically and long –term at sustainability as a practice for managing their business for efficiencies that can help their budgets as well as meet changing pressure to conform to greener standards of operation.
In this session on Energy Matters, Rick Allen takes his audience through some of the key areas where they can re-evaluate their systems for efficiency and energy.
With the mandate by municipalities and governments to become more energy efficient, Mr. Allen will help operators and managers see some of the energy areas that will help them meet governmental mandates to reduce energy and become more sustainable.
30 Minutes to 2 Hours Hours Recommended: 1.5 Hours