EMAEE Spring 2011 Meeting - April 12, 2011
The East Michigan Association of Energy Engineers invites you to attend their meeting on Tuesday April 12, 2011.

Energy Efficiency as a Business Solution and How to Take Advantage of Incentive Rebates

By: John Nametz, Senior Engineer and Michael Krygier, Senior Technical Advisor, from Consumer Energy Business Solutions

Summary of presentation:
Businesses today are focused on more than just making a profit. They are looking at being good members of a community and stewards of our environment. As part of this more and more companies are adopting sustainability plans to assist them in their efforts. Implementing energy efficiency measures can be a key part of that strategy. The presentation will discuss high impact/low cost efficiency efforts along with reviewing the effects of PA295 on the Michigan business community and incentive rebates that are available to commercial and industrial customers who undertake energy efficiency efforts.

Speakers Biographies:
John Nametz has over 30 years of engineering experience and has had a passion for energy conservation from the start of his engineering career. He is currently a Senior Engineer employed as an authorized contractor to the Consumers Energy Business Solutions Commercial and Industrial Energy Optimization Program. His varied past experiences with Whirlpool, Western Michigan University, Ford Motor Company, Environmental Lubricants Manufacturing and Archiopolis Architects have contributed to his energy consciousness for many industries and processes.

Michael Krygier has over 15 years of experience in the industrial and commercial industry. His experience includes: equipment and process design from body shops, paint process to general assembly, energy audit of facilities ranging from office buildings to multi million square feet assembly plants. He holds a Professional Engineer and Builders License in Michigan and maintains a seat as a voting member on ASTM's main committee. Currently he is a Senior Technical Advisor responsible for energy efficiency programs with Consumers Energy here in Michigan.

Alfred Taubman Student Service Center at Lawrence Technological University Rm C406

FREE for Chapter Members
Guests = $25
Students/Seniors = $19

5:30 p.m. -- Social Time / Chapter Business
6:00 p.m. -- Dinner
6:30 p.m. -- Presentation by Guest Lecturer with questions to follow

Additional details and the agendas for the remaining 2011 meetings can be found here.

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