The next CPANS Calgary Technical Luncheon presentation is Thursday, September 13, 2018. Please register by this Friday, September 7!
JESSICA SHUMLICH – Program Manager, Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA)
Jessica joined Energy Efficiency Alberta as a Program Manager in November 2017 after over 10 years working as an environmental and project engineer in Oil and Gas. She graduated from University of Calgary with an engineering degree. Jessica is an advocate for sustainable development, healthy living and community advocacy. Her passions include family and friends, travel and learning about different cultures, and anything that gets her outside including exploring the mountains at the door step of Calgary.
BABAR MOGHAL – Sr Program Manager, CLEAResult
Babar Moghal has over 13 years’ global experience enabling companies to streamline and optimize the way energy is consumed and conserved. Currently, Babar is Senior Program Manager with CLEAResult, implementing the Custom Energy Solutions focused on GHG reductions on behalf of Energy Efficiency Alberta. In this role, Babar is responsible for complete oversight of program delivery and market transformation towards a more energy efficient Alberta. Over the past decade Babar has had the privilege to represent leaders in Power Transmission, Distribution and Energy Management including Siemens, Schneider Electric and Caterpillar. Babar’s energy management experience spans Oil & Gas, Large Industrial, Commercial, Residential and Critical Power consumers. Babar has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University; is a registered Professional Engineer with APEGA and a Certified Energy Manager with AEE. As President of AEE Alberta Chapter, Babar has built a network of energy managers who are committed to serving as a voice for sustainable energy development while balancing environmental and social responsibility.
Custom Energy Solutions helps Alberta facilities improve productivity, save energy and save money by upgrading inefficient equipment and making other energy improvements. Knowing that there’s rarely a one-size-fits-all answer to improving energy use and efficiency in your facility, we’ll work directly with you to identify your specific goals and needs. We offer end-to-end support and incentives to identify and implement enhancements designed to deliver the best results for your facility.
This presentation will address typical Air & Waste Management issues e.g. reducing high operating and maintenance cost on pumping, ventilation, compressed air, heating and hydraulic systems; what specific measures we recommend and available Custom Energy Solutions incentives to help improve overall system performance, reduce operational cost and environmental impact.
Registration and payment:
Please register by end of Friday, September 7 for the event, so that we can order the correct number of lunches. Register for this event with Paypal online registration and payment (there is an option for using a credit card, no Paypal account is required).
CPANS member cost is $35
Non-member cost is $45
You can also register by emailing CalgaryLuncheon@cpans.org and then we accept payment upon arrival to the luncheon, by cash or cheque only. If you register and are not able to attend, please provide 24 hours notice so that we can adjust our numbers with the venue.
If there is sufficient interest, we will offer a remote webcast option for those who wish to attend the presentation but cannot get to Calgary. Please contact CalgaryLuncheon@cpans.org if you are interested in this option.
The presentation will start at 12pm at the Ramada Hotel (708 8th Avenue Southwest, Calgary). Food will be served at 11.30am.
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