Tom Wenning

29-Sep-2017, 9:00 - 11:00AM

 
Session: Preparing for the Worst: Resiliency and Energy Security for Manufacturers

Track J | The Better Plants Program


Chair for Session

Tom Wenning
Program manager, Industrial Energy Efficiency
ORNL




Thomas Wenning is a program manager for industrial energy efficiency at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Tennessee. Mr. Wenning manages ORNL’s domestic and international industrial energy efficiency technology assistance and deployment activities. He supports the DOE’s Better Buildings, Better Plants program and the Federal Energy Management Program by providing industrial sites with technical assistance activities, energy assessments and training, and energy management guidance. In addition, Mr. Wenning manages the student activities for DOE’s Industrial Assessment Center program and is also leading the DOE’s effort to modernize their energy-system software tool suite and associated training resources. He has led numerous international industrial energy efficiency workshops, trainings, and assessments on behalf of the DOE. Mr. Wenning is a registered Professional Engineer, a Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems, an SEP-Performance Verifier, and a DOE Qualified Specialist in the areas of steam, pumps, and fans.




 

Track: J The Better Plants Program | Session: Preparing for the Worst: Resiliency and Energy Security for Manufacturers

 

Newsletter SignUp

 

No Spam - only latest news, program and activity updates!