A discussion about the successes to date and case studies from Custom Energy Solutions and Methane Emissions Reduction that will touch on efficiency opportunities for oil & gas, food processing, manufacturing, logging and many other industries.
Babar Moghal has over 13 years’ global experience enabling companies to streamline and optimize the way energy is consumed and conserved. Currently, Babar is Senior Program Manager with CLEAResult, implementing the Custom Energy Solutions focused on GHG reductions on behalf of Energy Efficiency Alberta. In this role, Babar is responsible for complete oversight of program delivery and market transformation towards a more energy efficient Alberta.
Over the past decade Babar has had the privilege to represent leaders in Power Transmission, Distribution and Energy Management including Siemens, Schneider Electric and Finning Canada, the largest Caterpillar Dealer in Canada. Babar’s energy management experience spans Oil & Gas, Large Industrial, Commercial, Residential and Critical Power consumers.
Babar has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University; is a registered Professional Engineer with APEGA and a Certified Energy Manager with AEE. As President of AEE Alberta Chapter, Babar has built a network of energy managers who are committed to serving as a voice for sustainable energy development while balancing environmental and social responsibility.
Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) Support and Tools
An overview of the networks and tools provided by the federal government through Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) to help industry reduce energy costs, improve competitiveness and reduce its environmental footprint.
Derek Kelly is a Senior Industry Officer in Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Office of Energy Efficiency. In his role of helping deliver NRCan’s industrial energy efficiency programs and support, Derek works with Canadian industry across a number of sectors through NRCan’s Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC). Prior to joining NRCan, Derek worked for several years in other federal government departments in the domains of international market development, branding, public affairs and communications.
Boosting Corporate Results Through Energy Efficiency Initiatives: Expertise from Alberta and Beyond
Featuring local industrial expertise in boosting corporate results through energy efficiency initiatives – panelists will speak to their role in their organizations and talk about energy efficiency projects they have successfully implemented in their organization.
Mohammed Raza works as energy and carbon specialist at West Fraser Mills Ltd. In his role, he is responsible for assessing the potential to reduce energy consumption, identifying opportunities for reducing Green House Gas (GHG) emissions, and identifying potential for clean energy generation projects at their ten solid wood operations in Alberta.
Prior to working with West Fraser’s solid wood divisions in Alberta, Mohammed worked in a similar role at West Fraser’s solid wood operations in British Columbia.
Mohammed is a graduate from The University of British Columbia’s Clean Energy Engineering program. In his free time, he likes hiking, mountain biking, golfing, and photography.
Amy Roesler, Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance Board
Amy Roesler, Vice-Chair of the Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance Board, is a senior business leader who has spent most of her career delivering value-driven demand side management programming to benefit industrial, institutional and large commercial customers in Western Canada. As a lifetime-Albertan with over 20 years spent in leading transformational projects and programs, Amy is thrilled to be part of the opportunity for industry to reap the production, cost reduction, and job creation benefits of energy efficiency in Alberta.
An overview of the Canadian Institute for Energy Training and its offerings in Alberta, including the three main course streams of Certification Programs (including Certified Energy Manager and Certified Energy Auditor), Capacity and Awareness Building and Custom Training.
Mathieu Côte, Canadian Institute for Energy Training
Experienced sustainability manager with 10 years of experience, Mathieu Côte is Executive Director of the Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) and its international counterpart the International Institute for Energy Training (IIET). He is in charge of developing business for the two training institutes as well as managing staff and consultants and relationships with key clients and stakeholders across Canada. Since he has taken this position, CIET and IIET have significantly increased revenues, as well as expanded geographic coverage and training portfolios, notably by securing national contracts and exclusive licenses for training material developed by Natural Resources Canada.
Mathieu strongly believes in the significant potential benefits of EE-related technical and behavioral training activities in terms of cost-effectiveness and contribution to climate change mitigation efforts. He is thus committed to helping people learn more about EE and adequately equipping them to serve as agents of change through their daily actions.
Mathieu holds an MBA in International Business, has been a certified Project Management Professional since 2012 and a Certified Business Energy Professional (BEP) since 2014.