Energy Efficiency unites Good Business and Environmental sense: Oct. 12 Webinar with ABB, BrainBox AI

Sept. 27, 2022
In the U.S. alone, buildings consume more than half of the electricity generated and emit close to a third of air pollution contributing to climate change. Some clean energy advocates call energy efficiency, the “first fuel” of decarbonization

The world has an in-house problem in causing greenhouse gas emissions. And yet inside the four walls comes a solution for clearing the air and bolstering the bottom line for companies

In the U.S. alone, buildings consume more than half of the electricity generated and emit close to a third of air pollution contributing to climate change. Some clean energy advocates call energy efficiency, the “first fuel” of decarbonization or certainly low hanging fruit which can sweeten the path to clean energy goals.

An Oct. 12 webinar at EnergyTech.com, “Energy Efficiency means (Good) Business: How technology can save Time, Save Money and Save the Plant,” will focus on those very things to prove that energy consumption and carbon emissions avoided are as key as any renewables or e-mobility plan.

The panel will feature Michael Plaster, lead business manager for ABB Electrification in the U.S., and Frank Sullivan, chief commercial officer at BrainBox AI. ABB is sponsor of the webinar event.

Digitalization in the forms of artificial intelligence and predictive maintenance, advanced manufacturing, more efficient motors and electrification are some parts in the path to energy efficiency, financial savings and good ESG practices. Use cases, lessons learned and data from ABB’s Energy Efficiency Investment Survey will highlight the importance that industry leaders are, and should be, placing on the value of a megawatt saved.

Registration is free and open. Join to find out how the “First fuel” can play a financially sound role in the road to net zero.