Energy Manager

RETScreen Expert Training March 2022 – BOMA Canada

March 2, 2022  By  Anthony Capkun

Any RETScreen images, photos, screen captures, etc., in this Information Portal are used with permission of RETScreen.

March 2, 2022 – Building performance analysis is a continuous activity to support our effort to drive better building performance and emission reduction, says BOMA Canada.

Throughout March, BOMA Canada is presenting “Building Performance Analysis using RETScreen Expert v8.1” on various dates across various time zones. (Scroll to bottom for dates and times.)

This free session will introduce participants to RETScreen Expert as a tool for helping you make operational decisions related to energy management and sustainability in the commercial real estate industry.

Attendees will be shown the key functionalities of this tool, including benchmarking, feasibility and performance analysis for individual buildings and large portfolios.


Case studies will explore the application of RETScreen to a variety of tasks—from energy project identification and business case development to project verification—and how it can be applied to make day-to-day operational/performance decisions.


For over years, Stephen Dixon, B.Sc., M.A.Sc., has provided energy management services to a range of industrial, commercial, institutional and utility organizations. He has extensive energy management experience, including 900+ energy assessments, over 2500 energy management workshops.

Michel Parent, B.Sc., M.A.Sc., specializes in energy efficiency and energy utilization in the commercial, institutional, and industrial sectors. He is a Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP), and was involved in the original development of RETScreen.

DATES (All times are 9 am local):

• March 3, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island

• March 4, Quebec

• March 9, Ottawa

• March 10, Manitoba

• March 11, Saskatchewan

• March 29, Calgary

• March 30, Edmonton

• March 31, British Columbia


Print this page


Stories continue below