HVACs typically account for over 50% of energy consumption, making it a primary target for cost avoidance via energy conservation measures
Title: Reducing Cost with Retro Commissioning Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Time:2pm ET / 11am PT
HVACs typically account for over 50% of energy consumption, making it a primary target for cost avoidance via energy conservation measures. Whether you’re a dedicated energy manager, an organizational leader or someone tasked with energy management, energy consumption is one of the top three expenses for your organization.
In this webinar, we’ll cover:
Two primary HVAC commissioning programs
Ideal facilities to target
How to maximize returns over time
How to leverage technology for M&V and PM
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Matthew Latham, CEM
Program Manager, Energy Solutions
Matt is an experienced Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with two decades of electrical engineering experience. He spent more than four years with the United States Air Force as an Energy Engineer Program Manager, providing a more than 40% reduction in energy spending during his tenure. Matt and his squadron were recognized by the US Department of Energy and the Federal Energy Management Program for achieving the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold rating. With a passion for helping public sector organizations, he currently works as an energy consultant, helping organizations implement energy management best practices.
Luke Anderson, FMP
Senior Enterprise Applications Engineer
With just under a decade of experience working with government organizations, Luke has helped local governments and educational institutions discover efficiencies in their operations and asset management. In addition to receiving his Facility Management Professional (FMP) certification, he also has extensive experience in building energy conservation and automation.
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