Preliminary program for IEEW 2007

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IEEE Industrial Energy Efficiency Workshop Sheraton Baltimore City Center
(formerly Wyndham Inner Harbor), Baltimore, MD

Mission Statement:  The IEEE Industrial Energy Efficiency Workshop will bring together industry to discuss manufacturing and processing best practices including electricity, gas, steam and compressed air. The goal is to make the companies involved more energy efficient, produce less greenhouse gasses, reduce downtime and be more productive, resulting in increased profits. 

Monday        October 22, 2007             

 7:00-8:00   Breakfast

 8:00–8:15   Welcome - Plenary Session

 8:15-9:30   Keynote Speaker – Kathleen Hogan – Director, Climate Protection Partnerships Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

 9:30-9:50      Break

 9:50-12N       Panel ENERGY STAR – Industry Partners Focus Group Program

·       Manufacturing: Toyota – Brad Reed

·       Food Processing: Frito-Lay – Al Halvorsen

·       Cement: California Portland Cement – Stephen Coppinger

·       Chemical processing: DuPont – John Kane

·       Pulp & Paper – Weyerhaeuser – Thomas Dunn

Noon - 1:15   Lunch

 1:15-2:40      Panel on Programs & Utility Support

·       Large Utility - PG&E – Robert Wherritt

·       Regional Program - Wisc. Focus on Energy – Chuck Sasso

·       Canada - BC Hydro – Parminder Sandhu

 2:40 - 3:00    Break

 3:00 - 3:45    Pump Systems Matter – Hydraulic Institute - Bill Adams – Flowserve; Bill Livoti – Baldor Electric Company

 3:45 - 4:30    Motor Repair Best Practices – Tom Bishop, Electrical Apparatus Service Association

 4:30 – 5:30    Energy efficient lighting and transformers - Mike Smith - GE

 5:30 – 9:00    Cocktail reception / Poster Session / Exhibits

 

Tuesday        October 23, 2007

   7:00-  8:00  Breakfast

                       Plenary Session

   8:00-  9:00  Panel – Future of Energy Supply

      • How do energy markets work?
      • Volatility of energy
      • Energy Supply trends

                       American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy – Neal Elliott

                       Alliance to Save Energy, Jeff Harris

   9:00–  9:45  What Your Management Needs to Know About Energy Efficiency – Christopher Russell - South River Facility Solutions

   9:45-10:00  Break

 10:00-10:30  Update on Developing ISO Energy Management System Standard – Bill Meffert, GA Institute of Technology 

 10:30-11:00  Introduction to ESCOs – Nina Lockhart, NAESCO

·       Purpose

·       Outsource or in-house

·       Legal issues? Sarbanes-Oxley

 11:00-11:30  SEEEM Update - International harmonization of motor standards saves energy – Conrad U. Brunner, A + B International

  11:30-  12N  Energy Savings with NEMA Premium Motors, Drives and efficient gearboxes – Dale Basso,  
                       Baldor Electric Company

   12N-  1:15   Lunch

  1:15-  2:40   Multiple Tracks

·       Energy Managers – ENERGY STAR

o      How to get program started

·       Plant Managers – DOE / ITP

o      Plant assessments

o      Tools and best practices

·       Process Optimization – Emerson Process Control – Chip Rennie

o      Take processes to level beyond upgrades by system redesign

o      Monitoring of processes

   2:40- 3:00   Break

   3:00- 4:00   Continue "Multiple Tracks"

   4:00- 5:00   Discuss where do we go from here? Open discussion

 

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(last updated: August 21, 07)