Join General Motors and Current for a discussion about energy efficiency in automotive manufacturing. We’ll be taking a look at what has made GM successful in their energy reduction efforts and how other automotive companies can get started.
Join Breitner Marczewski, Energy Engineer at General Motors and Rudy Calderon, General Manager of Industrial Accounts at Current powered by GE, for our webinar “General Motors – Driving Energy Efficiency with LED.” You’ll discover the impact a unified approach to lighting can have on global energy reduction efforts.
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Breitner Marczewski works at General Motors in the Energy and Carbon Optimization Team, he provides engineering support to 10 sites throughout North America. His journey into the energy efficiency world started in 2014 when he graduated in Energy Engineering at the Federal University of ABC – Sao Paulo, Brazil and, since then, he has been working at General Motors helping the company to become a leader in energy efficiency and lean operations. He is passionate about energy conservation, volunteering and playing the guitar. He holds CEM and CMVP certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers, and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree at Louisiana Tech University in Engineering and Technology Management.
Rudy Calderon is the General Manager of Industrial Accounts for Current, powered by GE. He leads a strategic sales team that delivers strong financial and energy savings outcomes for global industrial customers in the CPG, automotive, warehousing and logistics space. Rudy has worked closely with CPG companies on energy efficiency projects and understands the best approach to ensure successful execution of an LED and controls project in the consumer goods sector. Prior to his current role, Rudy has held various roles in sales, marketing, business development, quality, lean/six sigma and management over his 20+ year career with General Electric. Rudy is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor degree in economics. He also earned his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.