Master Energy Plan Design & Implementation for Facility Maintenance & Operation

Corporate, government, and campus facilities managers are designing and implementing energy master plans through a proactive versus reactive strategic process for sustainable operation and cost effective maintenance. More then just a building specific energy audit, this approach includes evaluation of supply and demand-side requirements, along with a multi-phased improvement plan, including funding and financing options. The experts on this panel will talk about the elements of good plan that identifies inefficiencies, allows for existing asset optimization, hedges against future energy risks, and reduces the carbon footprint for end-users.

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Anton Cohen

Partner - Renewable Energy Industry Leader,
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Chris Evanich

Program Director for Energy As a Service,
Schneider Electric
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Sean Metivier

Sr. Sustainability and Decarbonization Consultant,
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Thomas D. Peterson

President and CEO, Center for Climate Strategies
Adjunct Professor and Lecturer, Johns Hopkins University
Tim Thoman

Tim Thoman

President and CEO,
Perofrmance Services
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