GECC Seminar: Smart Strategies on Energy Saving in Businesses
- 24-04-2015 16:00 - 19:30
- German Energy Center & College, Shanghai
Energy saving and sustainability are terms we hear all the time, not only from interest groups and politicians but also from business leaders and decision makers. A variety of new technologies and energy sources have emerged in recent years, however, rarely are they applied in ways to yield the best results, that is to maximize the reduction of energy and resources used and thus minimizing production costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
The GECC invited two outstanding experts to demonstrate how energy saving in businesses can achieve multiple goals in the best possible ways, not by theoretical discussion but by practical implementation. They will show us SMART STRATEGIES ON ENERGY SAVING IN BUSINESSES.
Mr. Marijn ten Wolde is working for Bosch and Siemens Home Appliances (BSH) in China as Engineer of Energy Technology and Resource Efficiency in China. Mr. Marijn ten Wolde is responsible to achieve BSH's Resource Efficiency target (25% Energy saving, 25% water saving and 10% waste reduction). In China, a big saving potential has been achieved already and since May 2014, Marijn ten Wolde will also support the other refrigerator factories in Germany, Spain, Turkey and Russia in order to achieve their resource efficiency targets.
Mr. Hans Pleuger is an expert and entrepreneur in the development of renewable energy projects like waste-to-energy and solar-thermal power plants covering not only Greater China but most of South-East Asia. With the strong background as Managing Director of several multinational corporations over more than three decades, he is now offering his management experience with turnkey buildings including architecture and the specific expertise from many years in the renewable energy business.
GECC Members: RMB 100
Non-Members: RMB 180
Please RSVP until April 22 at email@example.com
This is not a Green Initiatives-organized event. To register for this event please contact the organizers directly.