Worthington Energy Innovations (WEI) is a technology firm and solutions provider, teaming with its customers to provide long term sustainable energy solutions. Our holistic approach to engineering and design, allowing us to provide turnkey energy solutions with mechanical equipment and controls technology performing as a single intelligent system. ‘We design it, we supply it, and we make it work.’ WEI was founded on innovation, bringing aeronautical engineering science, wind tunnel technology and the thermodynamics of the mass flow of air to commercial, institutional, healthcare and industrial facilities. We’re fortunate to have customers who want to show the world what’s possible in energy efficiency, world-class air quality, partial load efficiency, generation and sustainability enabling true lifecycle management. Our story really, is a story of the courage, commitment and leadership of our customers.
When it comes to lowering a facilities’ carbon footprint, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Each facility has unique processes, energy profiles, and utility systems. The goal of lowering carbon footprint is easily stated but the specifics of how to achieve that goal can feel abstract or overwhelming. Rick Niese will be presenting in the “Low Carbon Strategies for the Industrial Sector” track. He will be discussing strategies in energy efficiency that reduce carbon footprint. These include facility HVAC (strategies for maintaining a low carbon footprint while guaranteeing space conditions within the plant) and energy efficient heating systems (exploring a variety of sources and their overall impact).