Energy cost reduction opportunities seminar for decision makers

With rising energy costs, food, beverage and grocery businesses are under pressure to improve efficiency so as to remain competitive.

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) is hosting a series of seminars on energy planning, practices and technologies to assist businesses in improving their efficiency. You will get the opportunity to engage with our energy thought leaders from Energetics on:

Types of activities businesses have done to reduce energy cost by +30%?
Energy efficiency opportunities for your specific sector
Support available under the AFGC empower program to assist your business on its energy efficiency and energy cost reduction journey
Role of energy productivity as part of Australian competitiveness agenda

These interactive sessions will provide you with the opportunity to directly interact with technical advisors, potential suppliers and your peers.

These seminars are suited to managers and senior executives with responsibilities in energy and sustainability.

As places are limited, preference will be given to food and grocery manufacturing companies.

Workshop leader

Roger Horwood, Principal Consultant – Energetics

Roger has over 30 years experience in energy and other areas of sustainability management. Since that time he has conducted and managed hundreds of energy and greenhouse projects and studies, travelled overseas to train and deliver energy management diagnostics, managed several offices and assisted in business development in both Australia and overseas. He has spent several years on the development and sales of software tools and support services for software applications. He now leads projects and mentors staff working in the industrial sector on the implementation of energy and resource efficiency projects including cogeneration, compressed air and refrigeration upgrades and the development of continuous improvement programs for major customers including a wide range of food manufacturing groups.

Dates: Adelaide, 13 March 2014
Time: 7:30 am for 8 am start until 11 am. Light breakfast and morning tea will be provided.

Visit the AFGCE website to register.

This entry was posted in Industry Events on Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

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