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3 Costly Misconceptions about Energy Contracts


There are a lot of misconceptions around energy procurement and contracts. Too often, these mistakes result in expensive, avoidable premiums.

Join us February 21 to hear Tucker Davis, Principal Energy Advisor at EnerNOC, expose three of the most common - and most costly - misconceptions that can hamstring your energy budgets. You’ll learn:

  • Why up to 40% of your costs might be unrelated to usage
  • How to participate in low market prices without sacrificing budget certainty
  • How your brokers and consultants are actually compensated


Tucker Davis, Principal Energy Advisor, EnerNOC
Tucker began his energy advisory career in 2006 at the Maryland energy consulting firm, South River Consulting. Tucker joined EnerNOC in 2008, becoming a Principal Energy Advisor in 2015.  Tucker currently manages a $500 million energy portfolio for large commercial enterprises and institutional buyers. He specializes in the development and execution of customized risk management strategies for procurement of electricity and natural gas in the US, financial analysis for renewable energy projects, and developing advanced wholesale purchasing strategies for large energy consumers within the PJM footprint.

Active Shooter - How to respond


How would you react to an active shooter in your facility? What would be some of your responsibilities? Chief Taylor gives the benefit of his many years of actual experience, training and education both in civilian roles as well as military.



Chief Roy Taylor is a professional law enforcement manager with over 36 years of experience in a wide-range of federal, state, local and private criminal justice positions. Areas of expertise include: training; Use of force & firearms instruction; anti-terrorism, operation security, force protection, recruiting, selection and assignment; employee supervision, evaluation and retention; curriculum development; policies and procedures design and implementation; physical security, canine utilization; budgeting; public relations; emergency management. Present job titles include: Chief of Police Blue Ridge Public Safety; Litigation Consultant; President/CEO Signal 88 Security of Charlotte, NC; President/CEO Capitol Special Patrol; Chief of Police Capitol Special Police; and Lt. Colonel Army National Guard.



What Maintenance Metrics you need to manage with and why


In this presentation we will discuss Best Practice Leading and Lagging Metrics/KPIs to use when managing a maintenance process and organization. I will share with each attendee how they can receive a free chapter from one of my books titled "Managing with Leading and Lagging KPIs (you must be in attendance to receive a copy).


Ricky Smith has over 30 years of experience in maintenance as a manager, mechanical engineering advisor, training specialist, and consultant. Today he is a Maintenance Best Practices Instructor. Ricky has worked with maintenance organizations in hundreds of facilities and industrial plants worldwide to develop reliability, maintenance, and technical training strategies.


Prior to working for himself Ricky worked as a professional maintenance employee for Exxon Company USA, Alumax (one of three plants certified with World Class Maintenance status in the world), Kendall Company, and Hercules Chemical, providing the foundation for his reliability and maintenance experience. His last assignment in maintenance management was as a US Army Reserve Maintenance Company Commander in Iraq.


In addition to authoring several books, Ricky has also written for numerous trade magazines over the past 20 years on technical, reliability, and maintenance subjects and is a frequent speaker and presenter at industry conferences and trade shows.


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