Upcoming energy efficiency workshops for industrial customers
The first step to saving money on energy efficiency is often... figuring out what the first step is.
That's where BC Hydro's workshops can make a difference, by delivering information about best practices and incentives in an efficient, focused session.
"Our workshops are geared to anyone whose responsibilities include energy, production, or cost management," says Alex Adams, Power Smart program manager for Transmission (large industrial) customers. "We make workshops as practical as possible – participants get ideas they can use at their companies, and the latest information about funding and resources that are available so they don't have to do that research themselves.
"People who come also value the chance to network with their peers at other companies and learn what's happening elsewhere. It's a pretty effective use of time."
Check out our upcoming workshops, and fast track your efficiency efforts.
Pulp and Paper Energy Efficiency Workshop
April 6-7, Vancouver
Learn from industry experts about the latest energy conservation developments in pulp and paper, and how BC Hydro Power Smart can help.
Breakout options focus on both managerial and technical topics. Get the latest on new initiatives and incentives for the pulp and paper sector, such as the Green Transformation Project (GTP) and Integrated Power Offer (IPO). Included is an evening social event.
Who should attend: Energy managers or directors, mill managers, process and reliability engineers, site controllers.
BC Hydro customers and Power Smart Alliance members: $200.00
Power Smart Partner Industrial Energy Managers: complimentary registration.
Register before March 22 for $50 off.
Energy Efficiency Opportunities in Aeration
May 5, Whistler
A full-day, stand-alone workshop at the end of the annual conference and tradeshow of the BC Water and Waste Association, this technical session will focus on an in-depth review of efficiency opportunities in municipal aeration systems and other opportunities by North American experts.
The workshop Includes case studies, an overview of the BC Hydro Industrial Power Smart Program, and how municipalities can best take advantage of it.
Who should attend: Municipal administrators, municipal engineers, green infrastructure staff, design engineers, and operators.
BCWWA members: $225
Power Smart for the Mining Sector
May 9, Vancouver
Success factors for energy management in the mining sector include both technical and management commitment. Participants will learn the characteristics of a good energy-managing organization.
Case studies will demonstrate cost savings opportunities; participants will work with analytical tools that will help them achieve and maintain those savings. The day concludes with a 'hot topics' discussion related to energy management and greenhouse gas emissions. It's offered in conjunction with the Canadian Institute of Mining Conference and Exhibition.
There's a reduced workshop fee of $100 for BC Hydro customers. ($350 for non-customers).