Sept 21, 2017

Final Agenda Only

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Final results and recap summary will be posted shortly

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Event Date: Thursday September 21, 2017

 

Full Event Schedule and Program Flyer

For More Information

Link to Register for the Event

Sponsorship Opportunities

The Business Case for Energy and Resource Efficiency

Thursday September 21, 2017

7:30 AM–3:30 PM

M-WERC Energy Innovation Center

 4201 N. 27th Street

Milwaukee WI 53216

Registration Link

A major conference hosted by the Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC)

Industrial Energy Efficiency Working Group.

Link to Flyer Program  and Event Description

This conference is geared for owners, executives and key decision makers of small-mid size manufacturers. It will cover case studies, and multiple examples of leveraging external resources, and smart investments. The case studies will be presented by several Wisconsin small to mid-size manufacturers who have made attractive investments in Energy Efficiency. Presentations will also be made by Wisconsin utilities and a number of leading M-WERC- IEE WG member organizations such as WMEP, Focus on Energy, Franklin Energy and the WI Office on Energy Innovation.

The conference will be free for M-WERC members, partner organizations, and small and mid-sized manufacturers

$85 for non-members

 After Friday September 1, 2017 the cost is $125

Light Breakfast and Lunch will be provided

Why you should come

  • Find out how to make your energy dollars work as hard as you do
  • Find out how to produce Measurable Electric and Gas savings, and save money at the same time
  • Raise your level of energy efficiency literacy

What you will learn

  • Simple Steps to Reduce Energy Cost
  • How to Locate Incentives that fit your needs
  • The Energy Value proposition

Knowledge you will take away

  1. Confidence that you can reduce costs and improve operational effectiveness.
  2. Find Pathways to sustainable change and new working tools to influence your organization’s energy efficiency culture.
  3. Confidence that it can be done” by networking with those that have had successes” with overcoming many of the same problems that you have

 Sponsors

MegaWatt Level

Individual  Members of the IEE-Working Group 

KiloWatt Level