KCMN September Meeting
KCP&L rates in some areas are set to rise 12% in September. Kansas City Board of Public Utilities (BPU) Estimates a 20% electric rate increase without escalation cost due to the Clean Power Plan (CPP). In an environment with energy costs rising, and set to rise more, how can manufacturers remain competitive? Join us for our September meeting to hear Senior Energy Management Specialist, and long time KCMN favorite, Gary Hogsett, discuss ways you can cope with rising energy costs.
- How to evaluate new energy saving technologies
- Programs to facilitate energy savings, and
- Practical strategies for reducing energy costs
Tuesday, September 13
7:30 – 9:00 AM
Johnson County Community College
Regnier Center, Room 101
12345 College Blvd Overland Park, KS 66210-1299
Cost is $20 for members, $25 for manufacturing company guests, and $50 for non manufacturing company guests. Guests may attend 2 meetings before having to join as a member. Sign up today BY CLICKING HERE or contact Donna Gordon at 816-304-7958, or email@example.com Due to our need to cover the event costs, no shows will be billed. Cancellations will be accepted no later than 3 business days prior to an event.
About our Speaker
Gary Hogsett, P.E., CEM, LEED-AP, Mid-America Manufacturing Technology Center (MAMTC) Senior Energy Management Specialist
Mr. Hogsett served as the worldwide President for the Association of Energy Engineers in 2012. He has two engineering degrees specializing in industrial energy management and has performed more than 4,000 energy analysis studies. But what makes him unique among energy engineers is that (1) he serves as the Mayor of Independence, Kansas, and (2) he has also found time to win 10 humorous speaking contests.
Gary’s expertise allows him to work with Kansas manufacturers to develop and execute an Energy Management plan for the company. In partnership with the Wyandotte County Economic Development Center, the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and MAMTC, Gary has managed a successful program in the Wyandotte County region focused at business attraction and retainment by working with company leaders to determine potential savings opportunities within their facility.