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Making the Business Case for Energy Conservation 2022

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$ 99.00


11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Stephen Todd

Making compelling business cases for investments in reducing energy costs in commercial buildings can be challenging. Speaker Stephen Todd, the Energy Guy, has supported the implementation of hundreds of energy cost reduction projects for income producing properties over the last twenty years.

This presentation will provide an overview of trends he believes will motivate accelerated investment in making existing buildings less wasteful. Stephen will also share insights and best practices for presenting energy conservation investments to financial stakeholders.

Learning objectives:

  • Trends that will motivate energy reduction in existing buildings
  • Understanding and effectively engaging stakeholders
  • Three benefit categories for energy savings projects
  • Strategic presentation of energy saving projects

Stephen Todd is an Energy Cost Reduction Guide and the founder of EnergyGuy.com.  His consultancy works with commercial asset and property managers who are interested in reducing utility costs without additional capital investment. Over the last decade, he has saved clients over $15 million in reduced utility cost and avoided capital projects.

Stephen received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin in his hometown of Madison, an MBA in Finance from the University of St. Thomas, recognition as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and a Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) from the Association of Energy Engineers. He is also a USGBC accredited LEED AP and spent four years on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Chapter of the US Green Building Council.

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