Steps to Engineer Energy-Efficient Automation

(One of the keys is to design with energy-efficient cooling systems in mind)

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Originally Recorded: June 8, 2021

Speakers:   Weston Six, Rittal North America, LLC   

                    Chuck Stace, Rittal North America, LLC

                    Kruno Kutnohorski, Senior Technical Consultant, EPLAN

Moderator: Keith Larson, Editor-in-Chief, Control

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One of the keys is to design with energy-efficient cooling systems in mind.

It is possible to design and build automated systems and power distribution solutions that reduce overall energy consumption, cut carbon emissions, and lower energy costs.

In this webinar, you’ll discover:

  1. How to design for energy efficiency in the future
  2. How to begin your own cooling systems inventory for energy efficiency today
  3. Real-life savings Rittal customers have found by focusing on energy efficiency
  4. How to find out if an energy-efficient cooling systems program could qualify you for local rebate programs

Subject matter experts from Rittal and EPLAN will offer an in-depth look at how they find opportunities for energy efficiency at each stage.  The team will cover topics that include Design and engineering, Sourcing, Manufacturing and Operations.

The Rittal team will then reveal how they help customers reduce energy usage through their cooling systems efficiency analysis, which involves cataloging a company’s existing cooling units, assessing their performance, and developing proactive plans for becoming more energy-efficient over time.

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Meet the Presenters


Weston Six
Business Development
Representative, Services
Rittal North America, LLC

Since joining Rittal in 2019, Weston has consulted with customers across the nation on energy efficiency best practices, helping them to both reduce costs and get the most out of their technology. Through Rittal’s Energy Efficiency Inspection program, he assesses customers’ needs, both for maintenance and cooling, to find the best solution for their unique facilities and applications. With 10 years of experience in both services and technology, Weston provides expert consultation to meet customer goals and needs.


Chuck-Stace_croppedChuck Stace
Services Market Manager
Rittal North America, LLC

Chuck Stace is the Services Market Manager for Rittal North America, LLC, and is responsible for managing the Rittal Services business throughout the U.S. Whether driving individual projects or entire teams, he has had an extensive career as a services leader, creating and delivering solutions for industrial and data center customers around the globe.

When not working, he enjoys spending time at home with his family and two dogs, volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America, and of course riding his fat bike as much as possible. 



KrunoKruno Kutnohorski
Senior Technical Consultant

Kruno Kutnohorski is a Senior Technical Consultant at EPLAN. Based in Houston, he has been with EPLAN for 8 years, and is responsible for the overall success of key customers across the nation. With extensive experience in process, engineering workflows, industrial automation solutions and value chain consulting, Kruno is a true solutions manager.

In 2020 Kruno has also relaunched the EPLAN Certified Engineering program here in the U.S. Learn more here (hyperlink-


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