Join us September 16, 2020 at 4pm for a virtual program! To learn more and to register go HERE.
Leaders in the energy, crisis recovery, and indoor air quality field will briefly review energy trends and present on the current opportunities in the energy commodities market, path to recovery from the economic shutdown and the importance of indoor air quality in reducing risk to building occupants. The current global economic slowdown provides an opportunity for energy consumers to more effectively source energy at a significant discount as energy demand is reduced. Looking forward to Q3 & Q4 where businesses start to re-open, infection control processes, and the use of proven anti-microbial technologies to improve indoor air quality will help building managers to safely re-open to the new normal.
Who should attend: Energy users, large energy purchasers, Facilities Managers, Energy professionals, building owners and developers, municipality managers, sanitation manager, manufacturers.
Thank you to our sponsors: Emergent Energy Solutions, LLC, Krug Architects, and Practical Energy Solutions, a Division of Spotts, Stevens and McCoy
Register by August 31 for a chance to win a $50 gift card.
DAILEY TIPTON, VP of Sales and Marketing – Evolution Energy Partners, LLC
Dailey Tipton has spent many years in senior positions of management where he is recognized for his expertise in energy and sustainability. He has a long history of growing companies, from start-up to Fortune 500 in size. As the leader for revenue generation for Evolution Energy Partners, Dailey focuses on creating opportunities for customers to drive impact to their bottom line through energy management projects while increasing their sustainable footprint. Prior to EEP, Dailey worked at CPower as a General Manager, SAP as the leader for Energy Management and Sustainable Applications Center of Excellence, DATUM as part of the management team and created, launched and managed a highly successful SAP sustainability practice for ERM. Dailey started his career as a Naval Flight Officer and is a Veteran of Foreign War with multiple recognitions including two Navy Achievement Medals. He holds two degrees in Engineering: MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas and BS in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University.
KAREN NORHEIM, President & COO – American Crane & Equipment Corporation
As the 2nd generation coming into the leadership role for the her family’s company, American Crane & Equipment Corporation, Karen Norheim has sought to solidify the “Founder’s Legacy” while putting her own stamp on the company culture. Her role, as she puts it, is that of the gardener as she leads the successful day-to-day operations of American Crane, a 180-person manufacturing facility headquartered in Douglassville, Pennsylvania, into the future. American Crane is recognized as a leader in the design and manufacture of cranes, hoists and other material handling equipment. Karen received a dual Bachelor of Science degree in both Marketing & International Business and International Studies from Pennsylvania State University, as well as a Master’s degree in Information Science and an MBA. In addition to her many roles within the company, Karen also sits on the boards of many industry leading organizations. Karen plays a pivotal role in the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance’s Next Gen Advanced Manufacturing Industry Partnership. Her leadership within this group as an appointed “Champion” has strongly supported the identification of common areas for regional growth, talent development, and workforce pipeline solutions that can be addressed with one voice. Karen is Vice-President of Crane Manufacturers Association of America, Inc. (CMAA), and also serves as Chairperson for the National Board of Women in Manufacturing (WiM).
Pre-registration is required.
Presentations are the opinions of the presenters and are not to be considered legal advice.
The Smart Energy Initiative of Southeastern PA (SEI) is an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council and if Funded in part by the private sector with grant funding received from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry through the Chester County Workforce Development Board.