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M-WERC Breakfast Meeting – Simple Steps to Reduce Manufacturing Energy Cost
May 1 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Simple Steps to Reduce Manufacturing Energy Cost
A short form breakfast meeting hosted by the Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) Industrial Energy Efficiency Working Group.
Why you should come:
Want to get ahead of your competition? Discover additional ways to reduce operating expenses and maintenance costs, improve productivity, increase occupancy comfort, and further your environmental goals.
May 1, 2018
Tuesday 7:00 AM—9:00 AM University Of Wisconsin Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Dr.
Tong Auditorium Madison Wisconsin
Recommended Parking Lot 17 Engineering Drive Ramp
This meeting is geared for owners, executives, and key decision makers of small-mid size manufacturers engaged in select regionally common industries.
This meeting will address key energy saving process technologies (see below) and includes an expert panel recruited by the Industrial Energy Efficiency Working Group to assist with application, resource, and funding questions.
The meeting will also provide an excellent opportunity for trade allies in selected technologies to connect with interested parties and stakeholders.
The meeting will be free for M-WERC members, partner organizations, and small and mid-sized manufacturers.
$25 for non-members
7:00– 7:30 Registration & Networking/Breakfast Bar
7:30– 7:45 Welcome and Introductions, Dan Ebert, Managing Director, M-WERC Madison Office, and John Bobrowich M-WERC Director of Marketing and Research
7:45- 8:15 Simple Steps to Reduce Manufacturing Energy Cost, Jeff Mackey, Franklin Energy
8:15-8:45 Expert Panel on Resources available for Manufacturers by: Focus on Energy, WI Industrial Assessment Center, WI Office of Energy Innovation, Nexant, and MG&E
8:45-9:00 Closing remarks and adjournment, John Bobrowich
Our current selected vertical industries are: Food and Beverage Processing, Woodworking/Lumber/Paper (secondary processing), Plastics, Foundry/Metals, and Breweries
Example Crosscutting Technologies are: Lighting and Controls, Compressed Air Systems, Motors and Motor Controls (VSD/VFD and Sensors), Pumps, Fans, and Blowers (including Ventilation & Controls), Process & Facility Heating and Cooling, Process & Facility Retr0-Commissoning, Automation Controls and Robotics
Please Contact John Bobrowich (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Sponsor Opportunities