How to Adjust Building Operations to Your New "Normal"

Live Webinar: Adjusting building operations to your new “normal”

 June 24, 2020 – 2 PM EDT

New building requirements means new energy management practices

Has your building seen reduced operating hours, vacancies, and lower occupancy densities? Envari has been hard at work on job sites and has noticed some trends that you should know about.

Join us on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 to learn how to shift your energy management practices. Plus, we will make a donation to the Ottawa Food Bank on your behalf for participating!

Here’s what you can learn:

  • Top industry recommendations for your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
  • Recommended modifications to your existing equipment and its operation.
  • Recommended technologies that could be considered at this time.
  • Which incentives are available to help you implement energy management solutions.
  • How forecasting peak demand and monitoring utility consumption can help save costs.

You’re not alone in this shift. We’re here to help. Our team has been keeping up-to-date on industry recommendations, policies, procedures and technologies on how to adapt to these difficult times.

Speakers:

Rob Rousseau, Supervisor of Building Services, Envari, P.Eng., CEM

Rob is a Professional Engineer and Certified Energy Manager with 18 years of experience assisting residential, commercial and institutional facilities with managing and reducing their utility costs. Rob has extensive field experience in conducting energy audits to identify cost-effective energy reduction opportunities, engineering design of more efficient HVAC systems, and managing the implementation of energy efficiency retrofits including numerous building automation projects.

Guy Brunet, Supervisor of Lighting Services, Envari, LC, MIES

Guy is a registered and lighting certified (LC) professional through the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions with over 20 years experience in the electrical and lighting industry and is an active member of the Illuminating Engineering Society both at the local and international level. His work includes site investigations, conceptual design, detailed design, energy conservation measures, life-cycle cost analysis, managing project implementation, commissioning of lighting control systems, contractor management, program management and resource management in the municipal, commercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-unit residential sectors.

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