11/15: Sub-Metering for Large Electricity Users New Date!

Join us November 15th 2017 for a presentation on Sub Metering:
Speaker: Rich Celio, APT Founder & Chief Revenue Officer

Electrical energy cost continue to be one of the largest overhead expenses for any business. As a result, there’s significant value in implementing a properly designed electrical sub-metering system.  Drivers for investing in these systems include Title 24 requirements, LEED and Energy Star point systems, recovering cost through tenant billing, and inter-departmental cost allocation.  However, there is still a lot of confusion over the subject of Sub-metering and many examples of poorly executed systems.  Rich will address the numerous technical, legal, code pitfalls that should be avoided, and discuss what it takes to properly design, implement and operate a successful and legal system.
Location: Biltmore Hotel
2151 Laurelwood Road
Santa Clara, 95054
When: Wednesday, November 15th 2017: Dinner & Networking: 6:00 pm; Presentation, 7:00 pm
Event Details: http://power.ieeesiliconvalley.org/

RSVP:  Registration required https://submetering.eventbrite.com
Cost: Registration through 11/13/2016: $30.00 for IEEE members, $35.00 non-members. Walk-Ins if space available: $35/$40 non-members

Rich is the founder and CRO of Applied Power Technologies, Inc., an engineering and systems integration firm based in San Jose that provides advanced power management solutions for large commercial/industrial/institutional clients. He is a leading expert on measuring and monitoring electricity via sub metering, and is a registered professional electrical engineer in the State of California.  He is a Senior Member of IEEE/PES/IAS and past Chair of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the IEEE Power Engineering Society & Industry Application Society.  He has over 30 years’ experience in helping industrial/commercial customers solve difficult electrical systems problems at APT as well as at PG&E, BMI and Jacobs Engineering.  He has a BSME from San Jose State University.  He taught at SJSU as a grad student and was part time faculty for over 10 years in the Energy Management Program at De Anza College.

See you there!

Steve Jordan

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