Operationalizing Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing
The presentation highlights the “energy efficiency “journey our organization has embraced and the continuous improvement we are driving into the future. The project scope includes a global manufacturing and engineering company.
In 2017, we leveraged a partnership with the Department of Energy and began to deploy the Energy Treasure Hunt methodology across our global footprint. Over the past 18 months, we have been operationalizing the key lessons learned from our Energy Treasure Hunt experience. This involves us developing and deploying “Energy Efficiency Operating Standards” across the enterprise.
Integration of energy efficiency standards into our processes and operational philosophy is a critical tool in our Sustainability strategy.
Joe is the Corporate EHS leader for TE Connectivity, a global electronic components and sensors manufacturing company with 80,000 employees. Joe has 36 years’ experience in the safety and health profession. His current responsibilities include EHS oversight and leadership support for 120 manufacturing/engineering/warehouse locations. As part of this role, he co-leads the Sustainability Program, with a key focus being energy reduction. Prior to TE, he spent 17 years in safety and environmental roles, with Harley-Davidson Motor Company’s York, PA Vehicle Operations.