Practical Energy Management for Buildings and Facilities
Event ID: A14890
Info: Jan 27, 2018 • Sat • 8:00am-4:00pm • 1 mtg • UHM Krauss 12 • $300 (General), $49 (with Hawaiʻi Energy subsidy & ETF Tuition Assistance). In order to qualify for tuition assistance, please complete the following form and submit to ETF at least two weeks prior to the start date of the class. We will notify you if/when your application is approved and provide instructions on submitting payment.
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Register/withdraw by Jan 18, 2018.
With: Rory Reiley
Energy management is a critical component of sustainability initiatives. This one-day course provides participants with the essential methods and strategies for optimal energy usage in buildings and facilities, including mitigation of environmental consequences and reduction of operating costs. Participants will also learn how to troubleshoot existing systems, operate equipment effectively to save energy, as well as to conduct building energy assessments and benchmarking.
Practical Energy Management offers customizable tools and systematic processes that allow managers to take a proactive approach to setting goals and establishing an energy program aligned with their company's overall mission and goals. Course materials include checklists, sample audits, and graphical representations utilizing Microsoft Excel programs. Upon successful completion of this course, participants should have an understanding of Audits, Assessments, Benchmarking, and a developmental energy strategy for their facilities.
Who should attend
- Current and previous BOC course participants
- All facility managers currently working in all size buildings and facilities
- Energy managers, facility and plant managers, financial managers
Brown Bag Lunch Suggested
Rory Reiley, MBA, University of Phoenix, has worked in all phases of facility management, including the installation and maintenance of the facility equipment. As Chief Engineer at the TOPA Financial Center, Rory's expertise and hands on experience in the testing and evaluation of building systems has significantly improved the engineering department. Current modernization projects that bring value engineering to the TOPA Financial Center include fire alarm upgrades, direct digital controls and energy saving programs. As a certified BOC instructor, he helped the Sustainable Living Institute of Maui launch the first Hawai‘i BOC program in June 2010 and UH Manoa launch its program in Fall of the same year. Before his career in facilities management, Rory enjoyed a successful career in the U.S. Navy.