EEP ECO18.11 Risk Management and Sustainability or why operational improvements are the first step in any sustainability strategy

APA Texas Chapter

#9160913

Thursday, October 25, 2018
12:50 p.m. - 1:50 p.m. MDT

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Overview

As time and resources are finite in most organizations, it is critical that sustainability strategies only be implemented after careful analysis of a facility’s energy profile. The purpose of the session is to share what we have learned over the past 9 years working with commercial property owners, the state of Texas, school districts and utilities.

 

Course Learning Objectives

1.     Why benchmarking is critical. You cannot manage what you do not measure

2.     Know your utility’s rate structure and invoicing process

3.     Big Data and analysis paralysis.  Collecting energy data can be constructive but it has to be actionable to increase energy efficiency.

4.     Sustainability and the continuous loop or Continuous Commissioning.  Why pursuing sustainability has to be integrated into an organization’s structure as a permanent process.

Speakers

Bo Peterson

Bo Petersen CEM, Blue Ocean Energy Management Founder Bo has a Bachelor Degree in International Business from University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School. Bo worked as an Oil and Gas trader in Houston, London and Copenhagen. During the years as a ... Read More

Contact Info

Barbara Holly, rholly@spamarrest.com