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Commercial and industrial (C&I) organizations in the U.S. spend an estimated $260 billion on electricity and natural gas every year. This staggering amount of money spent on meeting the needs of our country’s largest energy users can be reduced by up to $80 billion, a whopping 30% reduction on an annual basis.
This webinar examines how it is we have come to spend such a huge amount of money on energy by looking at the sources of that energy and how it gets used in our commercial and industrial markets.
We will discuss areas where commercial and industrial organizations can start saving some of that $80 Billion by changing the way they use energy. The program concludes with a look at a new business model, Energy-as-a-Service, that redefines the relationship organizations have with energy to help them develop holistic energy programs that will achieve the goal of reaching their energy savings goals.
Regional Vice President
ENERActive Solutions, an EDISON ENERGY® Company
As Regional Vice President of ENERActive Solutions, Saverio Grosso is responsible for the overall management of projects in the New York area and financial success of the office. With over 15 years of experience in the energy engineering and consulting industry, he has managed onsite commissioning, testing, troubleshooting, balancing and analysis for a wide range of HVAC equipment and systems including those serving high-end pharmaceutical and healthcare laboratory systems, college campuses and commercial office space, among others.
As a proponent of energy conservation, Saverio has published articles on Retro-Commissioning and the Commissioning Process, delivered multi-day training seminars to several firms and piloted the Retro-Commissioning process for city and state agencies in New York and Connecticut.
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, Ph.D.
Menlo Energy Economics
Dr. Sioshansi is President of Menlo Energy Economics, a consulting firm based in San Francisco advising clients on diverse energy issues. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences speculating on future scenarios and business models.
He has over 35 years of experience including working at Southern California Edison Company (SCE), the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), National Economic Research Associates (NERA), and Henwood Energy, now part of ABB.