Commercial, Energy Efficiency, Industrial - August 24, 2016
Better Buildings launches new webinar series
The Department of Energy's Better Buildings initiative has unveiled a series of webinars on a wide range of pressing topics facing energy professionals.
The series, which kicks off Sept. 13, features experts speakers including representatives from Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. and Whole Foods Market Inc. The series of eight scheduled webinars are intended to showcase proven best practices, cost-effective strategies, and innovative new ways to approach sustainability and energy performance.
The first webinar, "Fall Tech Trends: Promising new products from DOE’s High Impact Technologies Catalyst program," will preview new and innovative technologies that are making headlines this fall and feature speakers from DOE, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and A.O. Smith Corp.
The second, slated for Oct. 4, looks to teach energy professionals how to effectively work with their corporate communications to tell success stories and features Whole Foods Market's Aaron Daly, global director of energy management, and Hilton Worldwide's Maxime Verstraete, vice president of corporate responsibility and ADA compliance.
Other webinar topics include energy sub-metering; tools and resources for energy efficiency project finance; unlocking energy savings in warehouses and distribution centers; and zero-energy buildings.
You can register for one or all of the webinars on the Better Buildings website.
Editor's note: The Better Buildings initiative is Smart Energy Decisions content partner, and Daly is a Smart Energy Decisions advisory board member.
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