The Future of the Energy Sector Rests on Energy Efficiency. Global Energy Partners is Leading the Way


The spotlight was on the future of energy efficiency at ChargeExpo 2024, with industry leaders gathering to discuss innovative solutions and trends shaping the sector. At the forefront of this shift is the drive to reduce carbon footprints and lower utility bills for consumers and businesses alike. This trend aligns with recent developments, such as the U.S. Department of Energy finalizing standards for residential refrigerators and freezers, with expectations to save households and businesses a total of $5 billion annually in utilities.

What are the latest innovations in this field, and how are they shaping the future of the energy sector? Daniel Litwin, the Voice of B2B at MarketScale, ChargeExpo’s official media partner for the event, sat down with Mike Finney, President of Global Energy Partners. In a discussion with Litwin on the show floor of ChargeExpo, Finney shared how his company was leading the charge in energy reduction and efficiency.

The conversation delved into:

  • The company’s core competency in power reduction and energy efficiency, including optimizing HVAC systems and lighting.
  • The role of data analytics in proving and improving energy efficiency, highlighting the importance of transparency and measurable results.
  • The impact of renewable energy sources on the grid and the need for filtering electricity to maintain quality.
  • The intersection of electric vehicle infrastructure development and energy efficiency, with a focus on bridging the gap between current diesel truck usage and future EV goals.

Mike Finney’s background as the co-founder of Global Energy Partners and his commitment to delivering energy-reducing solutions underscores the importance of innovation and collaboration in driving the agenda forward.

Article written by MarketScale.

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