Answering the Call for Greater Energy Efficiency Webcast -- What Utilities Can Do Now
Undoubtedly, clarity is required to prioritize the initiatives and opportunities. Where will the biggest ROI come from? Where will the fastest ROI come from? How do utilities invest their precious resources to ensure both short-term and long-term benefits are gained?
Warren Causey, Senior Analyst with Sierra Energy Group, will moderate a discussion with a group of utilities experts to address these important questions.
Kathy Engh of Sempra, Marc Rosson of Snohomish County PUD, and Maureen Coveney of SAP will each discuss their experiences and perspectives on energy efficiency. Ms. Engh will discuss the early steps Sempra has taken toward energy efficiency, as well as future plans. Mr. Rosson leads the Demand Side Management Influence Council within ASUG, America’s SAP User Group—a group created to generate information, requirements, ideas, and best practices regarding Demand-Side Management (DSM). DSM involves building relationships with customers and managing multiple conservation programs for different customer segments with different communication tools. Ms. Coveney and Mr. Causey work with utilities across the country, advising them on how to address industry issues, including energy efficiency.
During this on-demand Webcast presentation, these four industry experts will share their insights, as well as customer case studies of how some utilities are moving forward in these challenging times—with a roadmap and clear plan for expected benefits around key initiatives.
In this on-demand Webcast presentation, you will learn:
How utilities will leverage AMI to drive energy efficiency
How utilities are collaborating with their customers to drive down energy usage
Best practices in aligning employee activities with organizational strategy to ensure everyone is contributing to achieving goals
How Dashboards can provide access to performance against KPIs as well as "what if" scenario capabilities that provide clarity for in the decision-making process
How to automate and quickly deliver reports—including ARRA compliance reporting
How utilities have delivered benefits to the bottom line via greater visibility and integration across their operations
Warren B. Causey, Vice President, Sierra Energy Group, Energy Central's Research & Analysis Division
Kathy Engh, Project Manager, IT CRM, Sempra Energy
Marc Rosson, Enterprise Architect, Information Technology Services, Snohomish County PUD
Maureen Coveney, Industry Director, Sr. Principal, Utilities, SAP Americas