Path to Net Zero Facilities
June 23 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am$35
Who should attend:
Architects, builders, facility managers, business owners, energy professionals, project mangers, property developers, and municipal developers.
In today’s market, entities are quick to set very high sustainability and resiliency goals that require sound planning, detailed studies, and a commitment to changing the way we produce, procure, and use energy in our facilities. Join us for this exciting two-part series that explores the best path to net zero facilities.
June 23. 2022 – Presenters will discuss the various phases involved in converting a facility to a net zero carbon project. You will learn the cost benefits and financial commitments involved with moving from traditional systems to alternative forms of energy generation, efficiency, and procurement.
- Energy Auditing
- Sustainability & Resiliency
Fall 2022 – Presentations will focus on design consideration and site impacts; financing and grant opportunities; constructability; and return on investment (ROI).
Energy Audits and Metering
- Kevin Kai Wong, CEM, PMP, DGCP, General Manager – Emergent Energy Solutions
- Paul Spiegel, PE, LEED AP, Director, Energy and Sustainability Services – Practical Energy Solutions, a Division of Spotts, Stevens and McCoy
Sustainability & Resiliency Studies
- Michael Cromer, PG, DBIA, ENV SP, Vice President – Energy & Sustainability – Pennoni
- Liz McCormick, Sr. Director, Energy Services – Pennoni
Hershey Med CHP project: One step on the path to a resilient low-carbon facility
- Gregory P. Fink, CHFM, CLSS-HC, Director Facilities Operations and Maintenance and Facilities, Director of Infrastructure and Energy – Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
- Kevin L Kanoff, CEM, CEP, Campus Energy Engineer – Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center