AVEVA releases business paper on Sustainable Energy Management

Paper to be presented at Power Gen India and Congress on Water, Climate and Energy

 

 

Cambridge, UK – 20 April 2012: AVEVA (LSE:AVV) announced today the release of a new business paper entitled Sustainable Energy Management – Putting Information Assets to work in the process industries. The principal author, Sloane Whiteley, a consultant with AVEVAs Global Business Consulting team will present the paper at two major international conferences - Power Gen India 19-21 April, New Delhi, India and the Congress on Water, Climate and Energy, 13-18 May, Dublin, Ireland.

“This new business paper outlines the challenges facing process plant operators in implementing effective Energy Management strategies”, said Paul Halpin, Vice President – Global Business Consulting, AVEVA. ”It describes how these challenges may be overcome through the use of currently available Information Management technologies supported by a comprehensive, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).”

The AVEVA paper demonstrates that this should not be a short-term initiative with limited objectives, but part of a larger effective Energy Management strategy. This in turn, plays a key role in implementing a comprehensive Operations Integrity Management (OIM) initiative to deliver enterprise-wide business benefits. This type of strategy naturally leads to more extensive and sustained optimisation of all aspects of asset operation.

AVEVA Global Business Consulting applies AVEVAs considerable technology expertise in advising clients on a wide range of issues where business performance relates to the use of digital information.

To download AVEVAs paper on Sustainable Energy Management visit www.aveva.com/pr/Energy-Mgmt.

 

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