CTCN webinar: Sector-based energy efficiency

Speakers: Mr. Pierre Langlois
Location: Online
Partners: climate-technology-centre-and-network-ctcn

This webinar is organized by the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), a member of LEDS GP.

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This webinar, from the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) and Econoler, presents various types of energy efficiency measures that can be implemented in different sectors: industrial (motors and speed-drives; compressed air systems); commercial and institutional (electric systems, building architecture, lighting systems); and residential (electricity, lighting).

About the presenter:

Mr. Pierre Langlois is a senior expert with 28 years of experience in the field of energy efficiency. A mechanical engineer by training, he has worked all his career in energy efficiency, first in an energy performance contracting environment, then as President of Econoler. His expertise includes a broad range of energy efficiency-related topics including topics energy service company (ESCO) start-ups and operation in industrialized and developing countries, energy efficiency policies and action plans, design of demand-side management programs, measurement and verification of energy savings and design of innovative financial mechanisms for energy efficiency. He is considered one of the world’s leading experts in ESCO and energy performance contracting, as well as in other types of financial mechanisms for energy efficiency and renewable energy, including dedicated funds, lines of credit, partial guarantee mechanisms and others.

About Econoler:

Econoler is a private sector consulting firm established in 1981 in Canada with the mission to provide quality energy efficiency and renewable energy professional services while respecting sustainable development principles. Econoler is specialized in energy efficiency and has 35 years of experience in this field of expertise, with around 4 000 projects conducted in close to 130 countries in the world, in all regions.

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