Georgia Tech is sponsoring an event entitled “Getting Lean with Energy Systems: Assessing Key Energy Solutions” on August 22, 2017 in Augusta, Georgia. It’s perfect for Engineering Directors or Managers, Maintenance Managers, Operations Managers, or anyone involved with energy system design and/or maintenance.
By attending, you will:
- Learn how performing an energy system assessment can help provide a detailed understanding of the energy performance of a specific system.
- Understand how the information and data gathered can help you reduce energy costs, lower the number of repairs and downtime, improve performance, and extend the lifespan of the entire system.
- Hear how other Georgia manufacturing companies have discovered opportunities and made strategic improvements using energy system assessments.
Cost to attend is $15. Event includes lunch, networking, presentation, case study, and Q&A.
Speaker: Randy Green, Project Manager for the GaMEP at Georgia Tech. Randy has over 20 years of experience with industrial power systems and is a U.S. Department of Energy Certified System Specialist in Steam and Pumping Systems. He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree from Georgia Tech and a Master of Business Administration degree from Georgia State University.
This quarterly lunch and learn educational series delivers actionable tips and tools of the trade specifically designed to help Georgia Manufacturers grow their business. To learn about more upcoming GaMEP events, visit: http://gamep.org/manufacturing-growth-educational-series/
To learn more about GaMEP, visit: http://gamep.org/