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Michael Stowe

Michael Stowe

Senior Energy Engineer
Advanced Energy

Mike Stowe is a Senior Energy Engineer with Advanced Energy, a nonprofit energy consulting firm located in Raleigh, NC. He has over 30 years of experience in manufacturing plants including roles in maintenance and plant engineering. Mike has extensive experience with many industrial processes and all types of plant facility systems. Mike works with utilities, industrial equipment vendors, and manufacturing plant teams to find the most energy efficient solutions for industrial processes. Mike has many certifications in the energy field and serves on several industrial and energy management boards.

Georgia Tech, Mechanical Engineer, 1982. US Navy, Submarines, 1982-1987


PRE-EVENT WEBINAR
Strategic Energy Management: Are you Ready?

Actively managing energy will improve your process efficiencies, reduce your operational costs and risks, improve competitiveness, increase utility rebate success, influence your value chain, and demonstrate business leadership to all internal and external stakeholders. And now you can learn how to manage energy and reap these benefits at low to no cost with the 50001 Ready program. ISO 50001 is an international standard on energy management systems and is a data driven and performance driven continual improvement program for managing energy. Applying these strategic energy management principles will improve your process efficiency and your energy intensity, i.e. total energy per unit of product. This session will focus on the use of 50001 tools to help you start or continue your energy management work.
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Recognize the benefits of available ISO 50001 related tools for energy management
  2. Define specific benefits of ISO 50001 principles to businesses and manufacturing processes
  3. Demonstrate the ability to create a 50001 Ready project account
  4. Describe your site's energy management situation relative to 50001 energy management principles

GENERAL SESSION PANEL DISCUSSION
Energy Efficiency & Management: What's Now and What's Coming

Join these panelists for a discussion on the implementation of energy efficiency and management tools, methods, processes, best practices and the latest and greatest ways of application.
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Recognize the benefits of available related tools for energy efficiency and energy management
  2. Define specific benefits of energy management principles for manufacturing processes and businesses
  3. Demonstrate the ability to find and use the latest tools for energy efficiency and energy management
  4. Describe your site's energy management situation relative to current energy management principles

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