Industrial Energy Star Class

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)
TLC Engineering Office
255 South Orange Avenue Suite 1600
Orlando, FL 32801
United States
* Registration open until 3/9/20 at 2:00 PM ()EDT)

Event Details

Join your fellow Industrial Property Managers and Staff for the

"Energy Star Portfolio Industrial Training"

Kristy Walson, PE, LEED AP, BD+C, LEEP AP O+M, BEMP from TLC Engineering will teach this class.  

 

Class to include the following tools:

  • Understanding electric and water bills and metering for accurate benchmarking

  • Discuss OUC/Duke business incentives and energy management programs available

  • Identifying energy and water savings opportunities for warehouse and industrial buildings

  • Training on portfolio manager financial reporting, sustainability reporting tools

  • Best practices and resources for tenant engagement

  • Walk-through BEWES submission process for data compliance

  • Troubleshooting attendee profiles with low scores of faulty data

 

TLC will validate our tickets so make sure to bring with you. The parking garage is located off Jackson Street, Citrus Club Garage.

Morning refreshments will be served.

 

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For More Information:

Building Owners and Managers Association Orlando Logo PO Box 568156
Orlando, Florida 32856
United States
(407) 380-3320

A little bit about our speaker:  

Educated and practicing as a mechanical engineer, Kristy focuses on the ongoing energy-efficient operation of facilities, through both initial design and ongoing operation of existing buildings. She leads TLC Orlando's Energy Services group, providing energy modeling, commissioning, energy audits and sustainability consulting to clients. She has more than a decade of extensive experience in sustainable design and has provided LEED Administration on 45+ LEED-certified and registered projects, LEED EBOM projects totaling more than 12 million square feet and energy modeled four million+ square feet of projects.