Transforming Leadership Webinar Nov. 21st: Eaton’s Holistic Approach to Enterprise Energy Management

Eaton’s Holistic Approach to Enterprise Energy Management
Date: November 21, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. PDT

Description
Join the webinar to learn how strategic partnerships can enable an organization to improve internal processes. In this webinar, Eaton’s Global Energy Manager Richard Gorzé CEM, CDSM, and Sustainability Technical Leader Claire Castleman will provide a look at the company’s sustainability program in the manufacturing and supply chain industries. They will provide an overview of how their strategic partnership with EnerNOC has enabled the organization to improve its internal processes for purchasing energy for its sites, improving energy efficiency in its operations, and accurately promoting its progress in reducing GHG emissions.

Claire and Richard will be joined by Peter Perrault, EnerNOC’s Sustainability Practice Lead and former SMA President, who will provide some insight into the processes for maintaining data quality in Eaton’s sustainability reporting program.

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About the Speakers
Claire Castleman is the Sustainability Technical Leader at Eaton Corporation. In this role, she develops the sustainability strategy of the organization, focused on key performance indicators for environmental footprint reduction, sustainability communication and reporting, employee engagement, and increasing the handprint of Eaton’s product portfolio. She also leverages the expertise of internal functional leads to integrate Eaton’s diverse sustainability activities and initiatives within the organization’s corporate strategy. Prior to this role, Claire worked as a Project Manager and Design Engineer as part of Eaton’s Engineering & Technology Leadership Development Program. Claire has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and serves on the Board of the Cleveland Climate Action Fund and the Alliance for the Great Lakes.

Richard Gorzé has 20+ years in a diverse spectrum of supply and demand-side energy positions from consulting, manufacturing and utilities, managing energy and carbon at three Fortune 200 companies.
At Eaton Corporation, he manages over $220M in global energy spend for 360+ manufacturing sites, managing the procurement, energy efficiency efforts, and renewable projects. While at Eaton, he has been a key contributor leading sustainability, energy, and greenhouse gas reduction efforts leading to a perfect score of 100 in CDP submittal for two of the last four years and remaining on the leadership index for last four years. In addition, he has led the development of global sustainable/renewable programs by conducting energy/GHG workshops in Asia, Europe, and North America; aided in the development of energy management technology; and led efforts to implement ISO 50001 processes in 5 countries and 20 plants.
Prior to joining Eaton Corporation, he served as NA Energy Manager for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, as consultant, managing the supply-side of electric energy procurement. He has also worked with top utilities in the country, developing technology, leading integration, and addressing business challenges necessary to bring about the Smart Grid AMI/AMR deployments while working at Elster Electricity (former ABB/Westinghouse).

Mr. Gorzé holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Akron with honors, and National Institute of Technology – Electrical Engineering, as well as various other certifications, including CEM, CSDM, CEM–International, and is an active member of the AEE and ISM organizations.

Peter Perrault is a Sustainability Management Certified Professional (SMCP) whose experience spans over a decade working at the nexus of sustainability and technology. He was the first President of the Board of Directors for the Sustainability Management Association, and has “sat on all sides of the table” as a sustainability practitioner within local government, NGOs, and large corporations. Building on those experiences, he took his knowledge and passion for sustainability to the consulting space, making an impact with a wider array of organizations.

At EnerNOC, he is the Sustainability Practice Lead in the Industrial Solutions  group, helping customers develop and achieve sustainability goals through strategy, process optimization, and technology.

Prior to joining EnerNOC, Peter was a Senior Consultant in the Information Solutions group at Environmental Resource Management (ERM), a leading global sustainability consulting firm. He also worked as a Principal Sustainability Consultant focused on sustainability strategy for the Americas with Infosys, a member of Forbes’ Top 100 Innovative Companies list; and previously built and led the global sustainability program for NetApp, a Fortune 1000 company. Peter received a Master’s degree in Economics from University of San Francisco and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in Political Science from Humboldt State University.