Using Data for Effective Energy Management
Accessible data is essential if you want to effectively manage energy as we transition to a clean energy future. Monitoring and measuring energy use is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to using data; there is so much more you can do with data to help improve energy planning and performance.
Using simple, practical and real-life examples, this fast-paced, informative and interactive presentation will go deeper into various ways you can use data to effectively manage energy, plan for the future and engage your employees in the process.
If you are looking to make better use of the data you have, or justify why you need additional data, this is one presentation you will not want to miss.
Andrew Cooper is a Strategic Energy Management Specialist with over 25 years of international experience in a wide cross-section of industries. He initiated and led the implementation of ISO 50001 at New Gold’s New Afton mine, the first at a mine in North America and he helped the mine achieve energy savings equivalent to more than 15% of the annual energy use. An AEE Fellow and past AEE International Energy Manager of the Year, Andrew's passion for innovation, minimizing waste and maximizing efficiency has been the driving force behind these successes. His strong technical and business background, people skills and project management
experience have provided the strategic direction required. An energetic, entertaining and thought-provoking speaker, who has received many positive reviews, Andrew has been invited to be a keynote speaker and presenter at conferences in Canada, USA, Chile, Argentina, South Africa and the UK. He has also been invited to be a guest on a number of podcasts. He is a Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems (CPEnMS), and a Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP). He also has a Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Science and a Master of Business Administration (MBA).