November 14-15, 2017 - Orlando, FL
W1.23B

Retro-Commissioning Programs: How to Capture, Engage, and Retain an Expanded Audience

Retro-commissioning programs have traditionally focused on larger customers, such as universities, hospitals and organizations with full energy efficiency budgets and dedicated facilities staff. Retro-commissioning projects typically require lengthy, complex meetings, procedures and expensive technical engineering services making it difficult for utilities to engage small/medium size businesses with limited resources. However, with the right training, EE professionals will be able to provide customer support throughout the process. This session explores what it takes for a retro-commissioning program to capture, engage and retain a diverse audience by exploring the customer trade ally relationship, speaking the customer’s language, and providing multiple pathways to solutions.

Learning Objectives:

1. Be able to define retro-commissioning and why it is one of the most cost effective ways of improving a facility.
2. Learn the importance and the benefit of the trade ally relationship in retro-commissioning.
3. Learn how to easily document and measure the success of a retro-commissioning project.
4. Be able to identify good candidates for retro-commissioning and the type of improvements to look for.

  • Session Details
  • Start Time: 11/15/2017 8:00:00 AM End Time: 11/15/2017 8:50:00 AM Presented By:

    Jonathan Becker
    Manager
    ICF

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    Room Number: 230 B Audience: Intermediate CEU: 0.1 Track: Energy Management

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