Facility Energy Cost Management

Venue: Sheraton New Orleans Hotel

Location: New Orleans, Louisianna,

Event Date/Time: Jan 31, 2002 End Date/Time: Feb 01, 2002
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In the past year, natural gas prices skyrocketed, California experienced regular rolling blackouts, and many states delayed deregulation plans until the uncertainty in the market subsided. All these events have led to increased anxiety for energy and facility managers struggling to keep their energy expenditures in check and pay less for their power. Attend CBI's "Facility Energy Cost Management" conference to discover how you can reduce your energy usage, implement an efficient long-term energy management program and take advantage of utility incentive programs. Benefit from the experience gained in 14 Case Studies from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Massachusetts High Tech Council, Lucent Technologies, Delta Airlines, Sandals Resorts International, Lockheed Martin, University of Michigan, United States Postal Service, City of Portland, Zellers, New England FAA, Wisconsin EnergyPilot, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Christian Broadcasting Network and the US Department of Energy. Learn from 23 industry leaders, including New York Energy Buyer's Forum, Global Change Associates, Booz Allen & Hamilton, United Weather, Energy Management Services, Applied Resources Group, US Environmental Protection Agency, MCB Quantico Facilities, Lakeshore Consulting, and Kudman, Trachten, Kessler, Newman & Rich LLP. Hear: how to examine data to develop reasonable energy savings goals; how to develop an energy risk management strategy; load curtailment incentives offered by utilities; how to educate employees on energy efficient behavior; and technology solutions including gen-sets, back-up generators, ice storage tanks, and combined heat and power. PLUS, Choose from Two Comprehensive Pre-conference Workshops on Thursday, January 31, 2002: A) Freedom From the Grid -- Assure Power Availability at a Reasonable Cost, and Make Money in the Process; and B) How to Manage Power and Gas Price Risk in a Volatile Environment.