Presenter(s): Rick Veague
The current state of energy management and monitoring often requires manual measurements that are compounded with aging equipment and the retirement of knowledgeable personnel. This on-demand webinar explores how the industrial internet is changing the traditional energy monitoring landscape, opening the door to continuous online measurements, automated analysis, and subscription-based CM/PdM services.
Presenter(s): Rob Patterson, Mike Stone, John Weihing
This on-demand webinar examines the benefits of power systems modernization and some best practices for upgrade projects. It also looks at power quality and energy monitoring systems and how they can be utilized to optimize your system. The presenters explore the benefits of power system modernization, best practices for upgrade projects, and power quality and energy monitoring systems.
Presenter(s): Richard Brinton, Randy Keener
Anyone who has heard equipment groan through a brownout or been frustrated by an inexplicable series of trips has a healthy respect for the effects of power quality on machine reliability and energy efficiency. Join us for this in-depth look at the effects of voltage level, unbalance, and harmonics on electric motor performance.
Presenter(s): Bill Holmes, Neil Mehltretter
This on-demand webinar attempts to summarize successful energy management techniques as well as present what works in the real world, what doesn’t, and what needs to be done to continue to increase the actual lasting results from energy efficiency projects.
Presenter(s): Chris Colson, Bill Holmes, Neil Mehltretter
During this on-demand webinar, the presenters offer methods for monitoring energy consumption in industrial plants, identifying and quantifying savings opportunities, and tracking and verifying the results of energy projects. Examples from actual projects will be used to illustrate how data from a permanent energy monitoring system can be used to manage energy consumption and costs as a continuous improvement process.
Presenter(s): Leah Friberg, Tony Simon
Energy management is a business decision. Reducing energy expenditure makes sense if there is enough ROI and if the activity involved with detecting and addressing energy waste aligns with, instead of detracting from, priority operations. Power quality is key. Most industrial facilities are wasting energy in places that do make sense to address, but you can't make meaningful decisions off of a monthly all-up electrical utility statement.
Presenter(s): Frank Healy
This on-demand webinar will identify best practices and demonstrate the technologies companies are using to develop strategies that improve power quality, ensure worker safety, and enhance plant reliability.