Utility Alliance Announces Educational Webinar Schedule on GHG Reduction
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance’s (Alliance) goal of reducing energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions within their members’ supply chains and having their suppliers commit to reducing energy usage and GHG emissions took a major step forward with the creation of two videos. One, a motivational video urging companies to commit to reducing GHG emissions and to reduce energy usage and the other, a descriptive video demonstrating the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) review process within a cable manufacturing company. Both videos demonstrate that process improvements can save energy and money in daily operations.
The next step in reaching our goal includes holding educational webinars in February and March for manufacturers, service providers and distributors that will provide valuable information to help the webinar participants understand the resources and tools available. Each company can utilize this information to begin conserving energy, water, and waste while potentially gaining more control of their costs.
Register for the webinar that best fits your schedule.
Tues., February 14, 2:00 to 2:45 (Manufacturers)
Thurs., February 16, 2:00 to 2:45 (Distributors/Service Providers)
Mon., February 27, Noon to 12:45 (Manufacturers)
Wed., February 29, 2:00 to 2:45 (Distributors/Service Providers)
Mon., March 12, 2:00 to 2:45 (Manufacturers)
Wed., March 14, Noon to 12:45 (Distributors/Service Providers)
All times are Eastern
After participating in one of the webinar options, the Alliance encourages your company to make a commitment to reduce energy consumption, which will reduce your company’s GHG emissions. Then you can determine the protocol that best fits your company to measure your reductions on an annual basis.
Throughout 2012 the Alliance will be updating their website as well as providing educational programs to support the reduction of emissions and assist companies and the Alliance in moving towards a greener supply chain.
SOURCE Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance