Webinar: Changing the Energy Management Landscape of Commercial Real Estate
Categories: Commercial, Demand Management, Energy Efficiency
Date Published: 2/23/2018
Primary Topic: Demand Management
This webinar, sponsored by CPower, starts with the idea that managing energy demand for commercial real estate properties is a blend of art and science. The science has changed dramatically in the last 10 years, resulting in a dramatically expanding palette of tools that facility and energy manager can use to practice their artistry.
Michael Mindell, National Account Executive with CPower Energy Management, and Gregg Fischer, P.E., Director of Energy Systems at Tishman Speyer, join Smart Energy Decisions moderator John Failla to explore the following topics related to the dramatic changes taking place:
- How energy-savvy customers are driving changes in transparency in charges and billing
- How the Internet of Things is changing how energy and facility managers talk about energy efficiency
- How AI solutions like predictive analytics can support--but will never replace--the human experience
While the core business objectives of reducing energy demand and costs remain the same, the strategies and tools for achieving these objectives and rapidly changing. Listen to this webinar to gain actionable insights on the changing energy landscape of commercial real estate.
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