Going Beyond Compliance Best Practice Strategies for Carbon Accounting and Reporting

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This webinar occured on:  September 21, 2011

PSEG, Groom Energy and IHS discuss the latest compliance and sustainability challenges and opportunities while sharing insight on how leading companies are addressing the arduous task of consolidating emissions data and reporting to meet regulatory and voluntary requirements in a multitude of formats and systems.

With the first EPA Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases (GHG) period upon us, more and more companies are looking for ways to deal with the ever-increasing challenges of streamlining their GHG emissions monitoring process, record keeping and reporting. With pressure continuing to expand from all sides, including regulatory bodies and shareholders, organizations must look to the future and start implementing solutions now.

Join Groom Energy, PSEG and IHS on this live webcast as they take a look at best practices for carbon management accounting and reporting. They will discuss top trends, industry pressures and provide answers to questions such as:

  • How are companies evolving their processes to deal with the ever increasing complexity of regulatory compliance?
  • What are the top pressures around carbon accounting and management facing companies today?
  • Why is granular and auditable data critical to risk avoidance and benefit realization?
  • What are the best practice strategies and approaches companies are taking for carbon accounting and reporting?
  • How is technology helping to manage the compliance needs and beyond?
  • Where and how does carbon management link to broader energy management and sustainability initiatives?

Don’t miss this chance to hear firsthand how companies are addressing the challenge of new compliance requirements and beyond.

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Paul BaierPaul Baier
VP Sustainability Consulting, Groom Energy

Paul leads Groom Energy's Sustainability Consulting practice, which assists Groom Energy's customers with their sustainability and energy reduction strategies, carbon footprint, and responses to supply chain surveys such as Walmart Supplier Assessment and Carbon Disclosure Project. Paul a lead author of the forthcoming report on Enterprise SmartGrid and published Groom's research report titled “The 2011 Enterprise Energy and Carbon Accounting (EECA) Software Market: A Buyers Guide”. He also authors a sustainability blog, moderates EnterpriseSmartGrid.org and is a senior contributor for Greenbiz.com
Prior to his current role with Groom Energy, Paul held multiple senior executive roles with enterprise software service and management consulting firms such as Authoria, Open Market, AOL and Deloitte Consulting. Mr. Baier earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Kenyon College.

Dave HincheyDavid Hinchey
Senior Environmental Engineer, PSEG Fossil

Mr. Hinchey serves as an environmental project manager for PSEG Fossil. He has over 12 years experience in the power, oil and gas industry. Since joining PSEG David has led the Fossil Fleet in several projects including CEM XML conversions, EPA Consent Order Compliance, NJDEP Consent Ordered special environmental projects, and EMIS migration.
David’s background draws from experiences in Environmental Information Technology and an extensive environmental field resume. Prior to joining PSEG David led his own Geographic Remote Sensing and Information Systems Company, and consulted for the oil and gas industry.

Dave CainDavid Cain
Senior Director, Environmental Solutions, IHS

David is responsible for the functionality and content of IHS Environmental, GHG and Energy Management solutions. In his more than 30 years experience in the energy and environmental industries, Mr. Cain has specialized in developing scalable, flexible, highly modular software products geared to address changing industry and business needs. He also has extensive experience in the electric utilities industry and specialization in the area of climate change. At IHS, he developed the pioneering enterprise greenhouse gas information management system, which was first used by private industry in 2002 and is now in use by companies in 60 countries to manage greenhouse gas calculations and reporting as well as GHG emissions trading programs.
Mr. Cain has BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering. Prior to his work with IHS, Mr. Cain worked at EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute).

Duration: 1 Hour