We’ve refreshed, updated, and improved the Industrial SEMHub Talk Cards to make it easier than ever to stimulate energy efficiency conversation and learning among your staff.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion & SEM: Sada Naegelin (Stillwater Energy) and Tina Schnell (Ask Energy)
Develops strategies for delivering SEM in a diverse, equitable, and inclusive way. Please email us to be added to the notification list. MET: September 29 NEXT MEETING: TBD
Beyond the E – Dee Naraynan (PSE) and Karen Brooks (Strategic Energy Group)
This group convenes to identify the additional benefits (engagement, customer service, non-energy specific resource conservation) that SEM brings to energy management. Please email us to be added to the notification list. Met September 30. NEXT MEETING: TBD
Measurement & Verification – Jacob Schroeder (Cascade Energy), Kevin Campbell (Energy 350), Josh Rushton (Rushton Analytics)
Continues to confront challenges, find opportunities and share insights on how to make M&V of SEM projects more effective, including alternative approaches, standardization, savings persistence and more. Please email us to be added to the notification list. MET: September 21 NEXT MEETING: TBD
Emissions Reduction – Tamara Berger (BCHydro), Mike Christianson (Energy350), and Thu Tran (Cascade Energy)
Discusses and develops strategies to integrate greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction strategies with SEM. Please email us to be added to the notification list. MET: September 28 NEXT MEETING: TBD
Small-to-Medium Business SEM Delivery: Tom Hovde (Snohomish County PUD) and Renee Garrels
Discusses and explores approaches to addressing barriers to SEM participation and delivery for small-to-medium customers. Please email us to be added to the notification list. MET: September 15 NEXT MEETING: October 13
The annual NW SEM Collaborative Fall Workshop was another invigorating, memorable event uniquely serving the Northwest. Keynote speaker Moji Igun kicked off three days packed with the perspectives, experience and wisdom of our collective SEM community across the Northwest. With daily Action Sessions focusing on five emerging topics facilitated by volunteer collaborative members, along with plenty of informal networking sessions, this event was a paragon of SEM collaboration—and we couldn’t have done it without your participation.
Speaker and session presentations are now available:
Join us in accelerating the adoption of SEM practices.
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