PART 2 - BEEP Training: Finding & Implementing Energy Efficiency Opportunities
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The BOMA Energy Efficiency Program 2.0 (BEEP) is a refreshed and updated version of the well-known, efficiency training course developed by BOMA and some of the largest commercial real estate owners and managers in the industry. These courses give you the information, strategies, and resources to help reduce energy use and cost, so that you can succeed in today’s market.

10/25/2017
When: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
8:00AM-12:00PM
Where: Met Park West 5 Star Center
1100 Olive Way
Suite 101
Seattle, Washington  98101
United States
Presenter: George Denise, Oracle
Contact: Christine Miclat
206-622-8924 X106


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BEEP (BOMA Energy Efficiency Program) Part 2: Finding & Implementing Energy Efficiency Opportunities
Moderated and Hosted by Waypoint & BOMA Seattle King County
Instructor: George Denise, Oracle
Date: October 25, 2017
Time: 8:00AM-12:00PM
Location: Met Park West 5 Star Center—1100 Olive Way, Suite 101, Seattle, WA 98101

Details:
The BOMA Energy Efficiency Program 2.0 (BEEP) is a refreshed and updated version of the well-known, efficiency training course developed by BOMA and some of the largest commercial real estate owners and managers in the industry. These courses give you the information, strategies, and resources to help reduce energy use and cost. Attendees will examine the use of financial metrics and tools to calculate and sell sustainability projects to owners, asset managers and tenants by highlighting the positive financial and environmental impacts of improved performance. This course focuses on how to create effective awareness and engagement programs to communicate sustainability accomplishments to key stakeholders. It will provide attendees with tips and examples to create target communications. This seminar will cover two parts:

PART 1:  BUILDING THE BUSINESS CASE: VALUING ENERGY ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS AND FINANCIAL RETURNS

Learning Objectives:

  • Define relevant financial metrics for energy efficiency improvements and explain how they are used for making business
  • Present a business case for EE improvements to management/ownership
  • Identify financial & non-financial benefits to communicate costs and savings, leveraging standard formats and tools
  • Understand a range of financing options to cover the cost of EE improvements 

PART 2: AWARENESS & ENGAGEMENT: PROMOTING AND LEVERAGING SUSTAINABILITY SUCCESS

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the rationale for awareness and engagement efforts
  • Profile key audiences and stakeholders to understand what matters to them
  • Learn principles and practices for communicating success in sustainability & review commonly available tools & resource
  • View examples of high-impact awareness and engagement efforts

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