Albany, NY (PRWEB) January 19, 2012
SmartWatt Energy, Inc., a leading nationwide provider of energy-efficiency solutions for cold storage, food processing and food retail facilities, has been selected to lead an energy-efficiency panel at the ProductivityPlus conference. The conference is hosted by the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), and will be held at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida on Wednesday, January 25, 2012.
SmartWatt Energy, Inc. will be leading the “Reducing Kilowatts” panel at the conference at 10:45 on January 25th. The interactive discussion will be hosted by SmartWatt Energy President, Chris Covell. Bryan Genevick, Mechanical Project Engineer at SmartWatt Energy, Marcus Wilcox, President of Cascade Energy, Inc., and Randy Fletcher, Vice President of Logistics & SCM of Associated Grocers Baton Rouge, will round out the panel of experts. This session will focus on energy-efficiency solutions for grocery facilities ranging from corporate energy management plans to LED lighting retrofits and mechanical upgrades. The energy efficiency solutions will be discussed against the backdrop of real energy efficiency and consulting projects completed by SmartWatt Energy and Cascade Energy, at facilities similar to those of Associated Grocers Baton Rouge.
The ProductivityPlus Conference is geared toward the Food and Consumer Product Distribution Industry and is designed to give warehouse managers and directors practical solutions for business challenges. This conference offers hands-on sessions and peer-to-peer networking opportunities to facilitate the exchange and learning of these solutions.
ABOUT SMARTWATT ENERGY, INC.
SmartWatt Energy, Inc., is a leading nationwide provider of turnkey energy-efficiency solutions. SmartWatt Energy is dedicated to lowering businesses’ operational costs through energy-reduction strategies. SmartWatt Energy provides whole building energy assessments and implements lighting retrofits, VFD upgrades, control system enhancements, ECM upgrades, smart meter installations, and more to help commercial, industrial, government and utility customers meet their sustainability goals. SmartWatt Energy’s energy-efficiency services include construction-grade energy audits, value-engineered designs, self-performed installations, utility incentive procurement, facilitation of EPAct 2005 tax deductions and maintenance support. For more information, visit http://www.smartwattinc.com.