Mayor’s Office Hosts First Ever NOLA Energy Challenge – How Do You Measure Up?

by • May 14, 2018 • Central Business District, InnovationComments (0)911

The Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Sustainability is hosting the first ever Energy Challenge in partnership with the Downtown Development District.  Buildings of any size, from every sector are invited to measure their energy use and enter their data into ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager during the Challenge period.

All buildings in the Downtown Development District are eligible to compete for prizes and industry recognition, based on energy data benchmarking.  Free technical assistance and training provided by the City of New Orleans’ Office of Resilience and Sustainability. More information and the link to register are at nola.gov/EnergyChallenge.

The next training topic, Energy Audits and Retro-Commissioning, will be held on May 16th at 12pm.  Let us help you become more energy efficient and save money!  An energy audit can identify how energy is used in a facility and reveal opportunities to improve energy efficiency and the building’s energy savings potential.  Retro-commissioning is the systematic process of testing existing building systems in order to improve a building’s operations and maintenance procedures without capital upgrades.

Attendees include building operators, engineers, managers, architects, owners, and interested community members. This is a free seminar, but registration is required.

This is a guest article by Lorey Flick, PE Flick Engineering Professionals, www.flickeng.com.

Date: May 16, 2018

Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm

Location: Orleans Tower, 1340 Poydras St., Suite 2140

Lunch provided

RSVP to cpollan@nola.gov

The Mayor’s Office and the Downtown Development District are also hosting these future events:

  • May 30 Energy Efficiency Financing: how to pay for longer term energy efficiency investments.

  • June 13 Site Visit: walk through a highly efficient building to learn how it functions.

  • June 27 Tenant Engagement: strategies to educate your building’s tenants on how to help you achieve your energy savings goals.

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