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Don't Drift

Tuesday, Nov 19, 2013

Top energy managers understand that measuring building performance shouldn’t be a one-time event. Buildings are in a constant drift toward inefficiency. The signs are often there in the form of higher utility bills. In a worst-case scenario, premature equipment failure can result in occupant safety issues and costly repairs.

Advanced analytics tools can support ongoing commissioning and provide constant monitoring. This can result in on-going prioritization of repairs, retrofit projects and control updates that can make a building more efficient.

Join us for a discussion about the existing building guideline developments from ASHRAE, and how facilities and energy managers are developing a long-term strategy for ongoing portfolio optimization.

Sponsors: Johnson Controls & GreenBiz.com

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 1:00-2:00pm EST

Speakers: Dale Dyer, Plant Operations Manager - Western Kentucky University; Scott Gordon, Engineering & Development Manager - Johnson Controls; John Davies, VP & Senior Analyst - GreenBiz Group

RSVP: GreenBiz.com

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