Most organizations recognize that reducing energy usage is beneficial to both the environment and their bottom line. Many struggle, however, to quantify the opportunities and identify which projects are worth implementing. By effectively managing energy project data, organizations create a shared 'knowledge base' that can be used to determine where resources should be allocated.
You will hear from Carl Schultz, Senior Director, Environment, Health and Safety at TE Connectivity,
as he describes how they leveraged technology to:
With approximately 500,000 products, TE Connectivity is the world's largest provider of connectivity solutions. They offer worldwide supply chain and logistical support with more than 100 manufacturing and design centers around the world. They are a globally recognized leader in Corporate Social Responsibility, having been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index in 2012/2013.
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