Transformative Technology. A Path to Resilience for Our Energy Infrastructure

The 28th GLOBALCON Conference & Expo—held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA in March 22-23, 2017—is the place where decision makers from business, industry, and government can meet to get up to speed on energy and facilities management, HVAC and smart building systems, integrated energy solutions, renewable energy and onsite generation.

Plan for Resilience to Save Lives and Businesses - front page

Plan For Resilience To Save Lives and Businesses

Presented at the 39th World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, DC Sep 21-23, 2016. WEEC is the largest energy conference and technology expo held in the U.S. specifically for business, industrial and institutional energy users.

Risk-management-AAPA photoRisk Assessment, Management, and Mitigation for Ports and Marine Terminals Projects

Presented at 2016 American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) Cargo Optimization Conference.

More at AAPA website 2016 Cargo Optimization Seminar

Energy Efficiency Alone is Not Enough

Presented at the 34th West Coast Energy Management Congress (EMC) organized by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). 

More about EMC at Energy Event


Strategic Energy Sustainability PlanningStrategic Energy Sustainability Planning

Presented at 2015 American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) Marine Terminal Management Training Program.

More at AAPA website 2015 Marine Terminal Management Program



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Plan Better for Resilience to Save Lives and Businesses

Businesses and governments need to take resiliency seriously and plan for it. If they don’t, they are subject to litigation, not only revenue can be lost, but also lives. This paper discusses recent case studies, resilience strategies, and encourages managers to take appropriate actions.


Energy Efficiency Alone is Not Enough - paperEnergy Efficiency Alone is Not Enough

While energy efficiency is extremely important, today’s energy landscape requires us to look at the bigger picture. This paper discusses an imminent Demand/Supply Energy Gap and encourages industry leaders to take appropriate actions.


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