Energy costs have a major impact on a company's bottom line. How are these costs tracked and managed in the financial planning process? What tools do executives (mainly in Operations, Real Estate, and Sustainability roles) use in their decision making process? How is responsibility for energy cost management distribution in the organization? How do functional organizations interact with one another to manage energy costs?
Corporate leaders with energy management
responsibility will discuss how they have implemented tracking systems within
their organizations. Examples of cost
savings achieved and best practices/tools will be shared, with a focus on the
use of technology and collaboration in managing energy costs. Speakers will also share future plans for monitoring
and improving this complex area of their financial planning.
The audience will:
- Gain an understanding of current
- Learn how corporate leaders (and
eventually CFOs) will use technology in the future to enhance the management of
energy costs incorporated within the overall financial planning process
- See examples of how management of this
important cost component can improve a company's bottom line and provide a
Paul Sereiko, New England Clean Energy Council
Ernest Agresti, Jr. VP Administration, Cummings Properties
Cynthia Curtis, Chief Sustainability Officer, CA Technologies
John Masservy, Director if Capital and Facilities Planning for Partners' Healthcare
Roy Stein, Co-Founder and COO, Zik Energy Points Inc.
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Non-Members - $80
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