“Energy efficiency: the icing on the top” breakfast
August 28, 2017 • You’ve upgraded lighting for energy efficiency, and look for efficiency when new assets are needed. You don’t have immediate plans to put in a new boiler or windows, but you want to keep moving your facility ahead. Now what?
According to the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), Manitoba Chapter, you should be proactive. For that extra 10-15% energy savings, discover how efficient building operations can yield increased value from your current assets.
Join them for “Energy efficiency: the icing on the top” breakfast and presentation—brought to you by IFMA and Manitoba Hydro’s Enhanced Building Operations Program—to learn about existing building commissioning and Power Smart incentives to help you reach the next level.
1. Building energy use
2. Existing building commissioning: energy savings and other benefits
3. Existing building commissioning: what is it?
4. Example project in Manitoba
5. Enhanced Building Operations Program (EBOP) steps
6. The EBOP advantage
7. Project roles and facility manager competency development
8. How to get started
The breakfast is being held September 21, 2017, from 7:30 am to 9 am, at the MET, 281 Donald Street.
Get your Early Bird tickets by September 8 on the IFMA Manitoba Chapter website. Tickets are limited.
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