Commercial, Industrial, Commercial, Industrial, Sourcing Renewables - October 4, 2016
GM, P&G execs to kick-off SED webinar series
As part of its mission to serve the unique information needs of large commercial and industrial companies, Smart Energy Decisions on Oct. 4 announced the launch of its new, free webinar series.
Designed to bring relevant, useful information on timely topics of interest to the industry, the first two webinars inat two Fortune 100 companies.
In the first, "The Road to Achieving 100% Renewable Energy," General Motors Co. Global Manager of Renewable Energy Rob Threlkeld and Altenex LLC Managing Director Blaine Collison will discuss GM's journey sourcing renewable power and where they are headed; keys to success in sourcing renewable energy; and the format of Altenex's proven power purchase agreement template. That webinar, sponsored by Altenex, will be held Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. ET.
In November, "Using Renewable Energy to Achieve Your Sustainability Goals" will featuring Steve Skarda, global climate and energy leader at Procter & Gamble Co. With EDF Renewable Energy Inc.’s Jacob Susman, vice president and head of origination, Skarda will discuss how and why Procter & Gamble turned to an offsite wind project in support of their sustainability goals. That webinar, sponsored by EDF Renewable Energy, is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 10 at 2:30 p.m.
"We're excited about the opportunity to further serve the industry with these webinars," Smart Energy Decisions Founder and Editorial Director John Failla said. "We look forward to developing future webinars with supplier partners aligned with our mission to help large commercial and industrial companies improve their results and reduce their carbon emissions. Kicking things off by featuring the work being done by both General Motors and Procter & Gamble is a great way to get started."
Participation in the webinars is free; registration for the first webinar open now.
Editor's note: Threlkeld and Skarda are both Smart Energy Decisions advisory board members.
Commercial and industrial companies interested in having their work featured in the series and suppliers interested in partnering with Smart Energy Decisions on future webinars can contact John Failla by email at [email protected]