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Eproplan Seminars


Every year, we hold a Best Practice Seminar covering all aspects relating to the subject of energy for our customers. We get together with interested customers to identify the range of issues to be included, and those which have been covered in previous years are listed below.

“Energy 2008” Eproplan Best Practice Seminar held on 24 September 2008 in Stuttgart
  • Electricity and gas procurement in current market conditions
  • Potential cost savings with compressed air systems and applications
  • Current developments in legislation
  • Development of energy concepts for the generation of electricity and heat
  • Finance options for alternative energy power stations

Seminaragenda 2008

“Energy 2007” Eproplan Best Practice Seminar held on 20 September 2007 in Stuttgart

  • Current issues on all aspects of energy procurement
  • CO2emissions trading
  • New developments in CHP legislation and how they affect industrial enterprises
  • New developments in Renewable Energy Sources legislation and how they affect industrial enterprises
  • Energy concept case study for residue combustion based on a paper mill

Seminaragenda 2007
“Energy 2006” Eproplan Best Practice Seminar held on 18 October 2006 in Stuttgart
  • Current issues on all aspects of energy procurement
  • Energy taxation – tax optimisation basics and options
  • Trading with CO2emissions certificates
  • Legal framework for the planning of substitute fuel-fired power stations
  • Technical and economic framework for the planning of substitute fuel-fired power stations

Seminaragenda 2006

“Energy 2005” Eproplan Best Practice Seminar held on 30 November 2005 in Stuttgart

  • Electricity and gas procurement in current market conditions
  • Minimal risk electricity procurement CO2 emissions trading
  • Energy concepts for the economic supply of heat and electricity to businesses
  • The use of residues, the use of biomass and substitute fuels in generating heat
  • Energy-saving concepts from generator to consumer
Seminaragenda 2005

 

 
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