Eaton Corporation

Steve Van Duser (Eaton Corporation)
#SolarMOOC Lecture: Metering & Monitoring Systems – Thursday October 11, 2012

Steve Van Duser, Meter Applications Engineer at Eaton Corporation offered his expertise to the #SolarMOOC to discuss advanced metering and monitoring technologies.  In the process for companies making the shift toward a more sustainable future for their business economically and environmentally, choices must be made regarding energy use. Commercial and industrial facilities can benefit from advanced metering and monitoring devices and the information they provide. By embracing this technology- facilities can reduce their energy cost, improve their productivity, increase profits, and reach their goals towards sustainability.

Advanced metering/monitoring methods are an essential part of an effective energy management plan that can save a typical commercial facility save 10 – 50% on energy cost annually.  Through the ability to determine when and where power is going and establishing documentation of patterns of energy use, energy customers can begin to build an effective customized energy use plan.  Steve will explain how new methods are being employed to gain valuable insights into reducing energy consumption, satisfying environmental standards, and moving towards a balanced relationship between successful business and smart energy usage.

Steve Van Duser has over 20 years of experience in designing and implementing metering and monitoring solutions for commercial industrial, and healthcare companies as well as for government and educational institutions. Steve is married to his wife Kathy where they live in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Eaton Corporation is a diversified power management company with more than 100 years of experience providing energy-efficient solution for effective management of electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power. They offer metering solutions, networking hardware and monitoring software that can help businesses achieve their power management goals as well as qualify for LEED credits.

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