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How Companies Can Incorporate Energy Solutions to Power a More Sustainable Future
It’s easy to set sustainability goals, but figuring out how to integrate cleaner, more efficient energy solutions into a system without breaking the bank is the hard part. This session will include case studies that detail what some leading companies have done to successfully walk the tightrope to a more sustainable future. Solutions include adding solar plus storage; implementing new technologies that allow predicting, monitoring, and managing peak loads; and installing behind-the-meter solutions that allow for maximum control and efficiency.
What viewers will learn:
• Different technologies and energy solutions available that can be incorporated into businesses today.
• Working with a knowledgeable and trusted energy partner enables long-term success.
• How corporations, both large and small, can contribute to society’s energy transition to lower carbon emissions while positively impacting the bottom line.
• Short- and long-term benefits of implementing sustainable energy solutions in operations, including cost reduction.

Moderator: Aaron Larson, Executive Editor, POWER magazine
Speakers:
Tom Baker, Partner & Managing Director, Energy Practice, Boston Consulting Group
Ron Jarvis, Chief Sustainability Officer, Home Depot
Henry Shields, Executive Director of Finance and Analysis at MGM Resorts
David Black, CEO of MP2 Energy, a Shell Energy subsidiary

Dec 2, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

David Black
CEO of MP2 Energy @Shell Energy
David is CEO of MP2 Energy and brings over 22 years of gas, power and renewables experience in both Trading and Marketing roles. David started his career at Natural Gas Clearinghouse (what would later become Dynegy) on the Real-time power desk and progressed to roles in Transmission and Trading. David subsequently spent time at Duke Energy Trading and Fulcrum Energy in increasing roles of responsibility as both Term Power Trader and as VP of Marketing and Origination. David also spent 8+ years at BG Group where he managed both gas and power marketing teams and assisted on LNG projects in North America until acquired by Shell. David came to Shell as Vice President of Sales and Origination within Shell Energy North America where he had responsibility for wholesale and C&I marketing for gas, power and environmental products. David is Houston native and has an MBA, a Masters in Latin American Studies and a BA in Communications. David is married to Karen Butera Black and has 2 children
Henry Shields
Executive Director of Finance - Analysis @MGM Resorts International
Henry Shields is the Executive Director of Finance and Analysis for the Corporate Sustainability Division of MGM Resorts International in Las Vegas. The Division was created by MGM for the purpose of elevating environmental responsibility to the level of a core company principal. In his present position, Henry provides analytical oversight and support for all Division initiatives. This includes the evaluation of strategies and tactics to deploy resources and reduce the environmental impact of company operations. Henry also manages elements of the company’s energy procurement including utility relations and the regulatory environment. Henry has been with MGM Resorts International for over eighteen years serving in a variety of roles in Finance. He holds an MBA and BS from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He is married, has two daughters, and resides in Las Vegas.
Tom Baker
Partner & Managing Director, Energy Practice @Boston Consulting Group
Thomas Baker joined The Boston Consulting Group’s San Francisco office as a consultant in 2011. A core member of the firm’s Energy practice, he has worked for clients in the utility and renewables industries. He is the global topic leader for distributed energy resources at BCG and is a leader of the firm’s green energy and environment sector in North America. Tom has worked on clean-tech and other power topics with a variety of clients, including utilities, technology, industrial goods, and public sector companies, as well as clean-tech pure-players. He has rich experience across the US and globally, including project work in Europe, Asia, and Australia. Tom is a scientist with experience and expertise in energy and clean technology—specifically solar photovoltaics (PVs) and other renewables, as well as energy efficiency. He has been a featured speaker and panelist at many industry conferences.