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Energy Resiliency in the Supply Chain Webinar: Transportation + Sustainability Series
Retail’s increased growth and velocity, coupled with more technology and automation, means more demand for power in DCs and other facilities – and a greater imperative for uninterrupted power. In the final webinar of RILA’s 2021 Transportation & Sustainability Series, Argonne National Laboratory will speak about the current and future state of energy resiliency. After, hear how nationwide retailer/wholesaler Stewart & Stevenson is working toward a more resilient supply chain, made possible through microgrid technology. Unlike generators and other power management strategies, microgrids give retailers a powerful tool to help ensure continuous product flow, keep customers happy and move one step closer toward carbon neutrality. In this webinar sponsored by Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, learn how to gain foundational uptime assurance, achieve true supply chain resiliency and operate with fewer emissions and more control over your energy use and spend.

About the Transportation + Sustainability Webinar Series:

RILA is excited to present a new six-part webinar series, exploring solutions to the challenges many retailers face at the intersection of logistics and sustainability—from understanding scope 3 emissions to reducing empty miles.

Learn how to build stronger, more resilient transportation networks while reducing environmental impact. Attendees will hear from a variety of speakers with firsthand experience in translating corporate sustainability and emissions goals into actionable strategies, including retailers who have sought to implement effective solutions. The series is free and open to attend so please share with your relevant teams! Attendees are welcome to register for individual webinars or attended as a series.

Jul 28, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Chad Joost
Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing @Stewart & Stevenson
Chad Joost is the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Stewart & Stevenson Manufacturing Technologies and United Engines Manufacturing. Throughout his 26-year career with Stewart & Stevenson, Chad has led the development and commercialization of products and services for power generation, power distribution, energy storage, well completion, and well servicing to meet the demands of the most challenging applications across the United States of America and in 18 other countries. With a passion for product and process advancements to improve our customer’s operations and reduce emissions, Chad has helped maintain Stewart & Stevenson as a leader in electrification of industrial products and unique power generation solutions.
John Frank
Key Segment Manager for Retail/Distribution @Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions
John Frank is based in Houston, TX in the position of Key Segment Manager for Retail/Distribution, Logistics & Freight segments. John has over 31-years’ experience working in the Natural Gas and Deregulated Power markets. As Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions Key Segment Manager for Retail & Distribution, John is developing strategies focusing on the booming area of Retail e-commerce and DC’s, with particular attention to the sub-segments of Grocery, Freight & Logistics, Food Service Distribution and 3PL Third Party Logistics. A key part of John’s work focuses on the critical power needs in the Digitization of all things such as AI Robotics, OFC Order Fill Center’s and the crucial role resiliency plays in the Supply Chain and how Duke Energy Solutions and offerings will help customers to achieve their ESG Environmental Social Governance goals.
Dr. Thomas Wall
Program Lead, Engineering & Applied Resilience @Argonne National Laboratory
Dr. Thomas Wall is the Program Lead for Engineering & Applied Resilience in the Decision and Infrastructure Sciences Division at Argonne National Laboratory, a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center of the U.S. Department of Energy. Tom co-leads Argonne’s Climate Risk and Resilience Studies (ACR2S) effort, a collaboration among Argonne scientists, engineers, and external partners providing expertise in climate science and modeling, advanced computing, infrastructure risk and resilience analysis, and decision science to solve national climate resilience problems. He also has extensive experience in critical infrastructure analysis and protection, having led large-scale infrastructure resilience analysis projects for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and state and local governments. Tom earned a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.