Allergan’s View of the Future for Energy Management

  • Michael B. Whaley
Keywords: Energy Management

Abstract

Allergan has projected future energy consumption and cost, along with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and cost impact, from 2011 through 2020. Allergan has developed strategic visionary goals that will allow the company to reduce its energy consumption and cost as well as to significantly reduce its climate change footprint. This article presents how Allergan intends to do this and what we think the future holds.

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Author Biography

Michael B. Whaley

Michael B. Whaley has an MSENE from USC, a BS in oceanography/zoology, and is a Professional Engineer registered in Arizona.

He worked in several large, medium and small companies in various locations worldwide over the past 35 years. He specializes in sustainability and environmental health and safety management primarily, with additional opportunities in various engineering, facilities, and security roles. He has established programs to monitor, measure, set goals, and implement projects. He has achieved sustainability targets and millions in savings.

His contact information:

Michael B. Whaley, PE

Sr. Director, EHS & Administrative Services Allergan, Inc. 2525 Dupont Drive, Irvine, CA 92612; PO Box 19534, Irvine, CA 92623-9534 714-246-5492, 714-246-4359 fax, Whaley_Michael@Allergan.com

References

Galitsky, C., S. Chang, E. Worrel, E. Massanet, “Improving Energy Efficiency in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Operations,” LBNL-60288, 2006

Facility Energy Management Assessment Matrix, US EPA Energy Star Program

Galitsky, C., S. Chang, E. Worrel, E. Massanet, “Energy Efficiency Improvement and Cost Savings Opportunities for the Pharmacuetical Industry,” LBNL-57260, 2005

Published
2014-01-01
Section
Articles