SEI Breakfast Briefing
Speakers from the industry will present on best practices for purchasing and continuous monitoring of your energy usage.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone involved in commercial energy procurement or interested in managing their energy-consumption as well as those who can benefit from knowing what the energy trends are now as well as likely to be tomorrow. This program should be of special interest for business owners, building managers, energy consultants.
How to Purchase Commercial Energy
Anne-Marie Crossan, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Planning Manager, Longwood Gardens
Anne-Marie Crossan has worked as an end-user/owner in the Facilities Management field for over 15 years, and has been involved with reviewing utility tariffs and procuring energy for over 10 years.
Experience includes buying one or both electricity and natural gas from 3rd-party suppliers, including purchasing structures that were part of a larger municipal/state entity purchasing agreement, independent agreements with suppliers through consultants, and directly with suppliers.
Currently Anne-Marie works at Longwood Gardens as the Operations and Planning Manager.
There are only two ways to reduce energy costs: Use less, and pay less for what you use
Kit Gutteridge, President of Applied Energy Partners.
Kit Gutteridge founded Applied Energy partners in 2004, and it has become one of the fastest-growing energy consultancies in the Mid-Atlantic region, now serving over 250 clients, with 1 billion kilowatt-hours in annual energy consumption.