Energy Management—A Must!

Presented on Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Pumps are the largest motor-driven load in the U.S., consuming close to 25% of all motor load energy, while in other applications such as the clean water market, pumps consume close to 80% of all energy. There are numerous ways to help manage energy consumed by pumping—a recurring message. Attendees will learn about future positive and negative incentives for operators. These include utilities increasingly offering incentives to reduce energy consumption, budget constraints and lack of investment funding, and DOE evaluation of pumps and pump system efficiency standards. Energy-saving tools such as the use of VFDs, load monitoring, and SCADA systems will be made available to attendees.

Jack Creamer
Schneider Electric/Square D, Knightdale, NC
Jack is currently the Market Segment Manager with Schneider Electric/SquareD, focused on the Pumping Equipment sector. Jack has been with Schneider Electric/Square D for 21 years, holding various positions in Customer Marketing, Product Marketing and Automation Sales, including an ex-pat stint in Paris HQs involved with Schneider’s global marketing organization. Jack graduated from Syracuse University with a BS degree in Industrial Engineering; followed by an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Prior to Schneider, he held Sales and Marketing positions with General Electric.

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