For Immediate Release
Contact: Ed Armstrong (EMA) 202 737-1334, ed@EnergyMgmt.org
Brad Rutledge (BuildingFitTM) 801-824-6218, email@example.com
(Washington, DC May 22, 2019)— Building performance drift is the nemesis of energy efficiency. It occurs when finely tuned and commissioned building HVAC systems lose performance over time. The negative impacts of performance drift lead to wasted energy and millions of dollars in additional energy costs. For one building, the costs can be high, for enterprises managing multiple buildings, these costs can be devastating.
These topics will be the focus of a webinar sponsored by the Energy Management Association (EMA) and BuildingFitTM on June 19, 2019. This webinar covers key strategies and technologies behind Banner Health’s successful turnkey monitoring-based commissioning program (MBCx). Banner Health is a non-profit health system based in Phoenix, AZ. It operates 28 hospitals and employs more than 50,000. Its MBCx strategy has resulted in millions of dollars in annual energy savings.
BuildingFitTM, an EMA Associate Member company, provides smart building data analytics software that helps make buildings more energy efficient, lower operational costs and improve occupant comfort and health. BuildingFitTM users include energy efficiency engineering firms, commissioning agents, system integrators and building owners.
WEBINAR TITLE: An Enterprise Approach to Maintaining Energy Savings, Compliance and Occupant Comfort Across Multiple Facilities: Key Strategies and Technologies Behind Banner Health’s Successful Turnkey Monitoring-based Commissioning Program
Sponsors: EMA, BuildingFitTM
When: June 19, 11 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Mountain / 1 PM Central / 2 PM Eastern
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/MBCx-webinar
Presenters: Shawn Mathiesen, Banner Health; Jane Guyer, BuildingFitTM
- • How to structure an organization to maximize and maintain high performance buildings across an enterprise
- • How to leverage smart data analytics technologies to create actionable KPIs for smarter and more efficient decision-making
- • Best practices in leveraging MBCx services with modern data analytics software to address: compliance, occupant comfort, energy savings and lower operating costs, equipment reliability and longevity
- • How to implement monitoring software tools to create historical, real-time and predictive reports about building and enterprise-wide performance
Continuing Education Credits: AIA 1 LU/HSW
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