Posts Tagged ‘Bill Thackston’

Identifying Energy Saving Opportunities

Posted in Energy on Monday, September 12th, 2016. One comment so far
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Last week in a post, Reducing Demand Charges in Energy Bills, we highlighted the opportunity for process manufacturers and producers to optimize energy costs. Today, we’ll look at how to better identify these opportunities for energy savings. Emerson’s Bill Thackston explained to me that even in these current times of low energy prices that it […]

Reducing Demand Charges in Energy Bills

Posted in Energy on Friday, September 9th, 2016. No comments yet
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The cost of electrical power has grown more complex over time. It used to be that your kilowatt-hours (kwh) consumed were tallied to arrive at the cost. As the metering has grown more sophisticated, variable rates have emerged based on peak energy usage, time of day, usage thresholds and more. I connected with Emerson’s Bill […]

Modernizing and Optimizing Experiences to Share

Posted in Emerson Exchange, Event on Friday, May 22nd, 2015. No comments yet
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Let’s highlight a few more of the accepted presentations from Emerson experts presenting at the October 12-16 Emerson Exchange conference in Denver. You can download a spreadsheet with the entire list of accepted abstracts here. These presentations share experiences, lessons learned, and tips to help you improve your plant or production facility’s performance. Emerson’s Sudhir […]