What’s Your Score? Benchmarking Energy Use through ENERGY STAR®
Date and time:Thursday, November 17, 2011 3:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)
Duration:1 hour 30 minutes
Description:Are you frustrated by rising energy costs? Is your building operating efficiently? This webcast will show how to use ENERGY STAR’s Portfolio Manager to benchmark energy performance, prioritize energy initiatives, and work towards increasing your ENERGY STAR score. This webcast will also help individuals who might not have a clear understanding of their building’s energy performance and/or would like to make more informed decisions when implementing energy efficient measures.
Facility Engineering Associates (FEA) is a national engineering and facility management consulting firm delivering quality services to our clients. Our mission is to provide our clients with tools to help extend the service life of existing facilities and building systems. FEA’s client-centered culture thrives on communicating effectively with our clients and in making them a priority. FEA’s growth continues, but always within guidelines necessary for our senior personnel to maintain personal contact with our clients and routine project-level involvement. Our track record of repeat business with large and diverse clients is an indication of our commitment to high technical quality and responsiveness to client needs. Our dedicated staff is knowledgeable of the latest trends, understands major industry issues, and develops individual recommendations based on your environment.
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