Modern Energy Management

Modern Energy Management

Modern energy managers harness the power of building data to improve resource efficiency, enhance employee well-being, increase operational efficiency, and to create a culture of sustainability at their organization. Tune as we share Modern Energy Management stories from industry leaders who are blazing the trail.... Show More

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September 22, 2020 44 min

In this episode, we have our first International guest from South Africa, Lungi Manzini, share her perspectives on sustainability from a global and business perspective. She also shares her thoughts on women's roles within the Industry, how technology plays an important part of enegry management, and the outlook for the triple bottom line. 

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In this episode, we sit down with sustainability consultant and founder of the company Astrapto Dr. Aurora Dawn Benton to discuss the future of sustainability moving forward. We take a hard look and what Green Teams are and are NOT, and what companies can do to continue investing in sustainability initiatives.

Astrpop is giving our listeners a special deal on 2 of their upcoming virtual seminars. Use the codes below for a special d...

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As COVID-19 continues to make affect communities around the world, many businesses are still grabbing with what the future of building operations will be moving forward. Increased focus on safety measures such as Indoor air quality, filtration, and more will continue to be a major focus as buildings reopen and alter operational plans.

In this episode, guest Ruairi Barnwell of DLR Group reviews how teams can incorporate ASHRAE's...

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Many of us are impacted by school closures throughout the country, Energy and Facilities Managers are no exception. Tune in to this episode to learn how Marcia Coker, Facilities Manager at Wylie ISD in Texas, shares how they quickly reverted to holiday setbacks which resulted in 30% month over month energy reduction. We discuss other important considerations facilities managers are dealing with because of school closures and how di...

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The uncertainties around COVID-19 is having a significant impact on every industry. For commercial real estate (CRE), entire office buildings are emptied with mandated work from home policies in effect. Yet, many building management teams aren't equipped to manage this shift. In the face of everything from antiquated building equipment to technologies lacking remote access, how can onsite teams ensure buildings are optimized an...

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Tune in to this week's episode of Modern Energy Management as John Kavulich, Vice President of IoT Solution Sales at Acuity Brands, shares how digital lighting networks are making connected facilities a reality for retail, aviation, healthcare, and other industries. We explore IoT use cases that help building owners digitize their facilities, improve energy efficiency, and understand what's happening in their buildings by c...

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The 345 California Center is a 48-story office tower in the financial district of San Francisco, California. Completed in 1986, the 211.8 m tower is the fifth tallest in the city. Tim Danz is the Chief Engineer of this skyscraper and joined our show to share how he's implemented Modern Energy Management in this building. 

Questions, Comments, or if you'd like to guest star on the show please email communications@luciddg....

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In this episode, we share the audio recording from a recent Smart Energy Decisions webinar on the State of Energy Management. In the webinar, our expert panel reviews and shares their insights on some of the key findings from our "State of Energy Management 2019" research report with input from 200+ energy, sustainability, and facilities leaders.

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  • Nate Nilles, VP at BuildingOS
  • Tim Porter, Director at Urjanet
  • Ste...
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    As we close out 2019 and welcome 2020, we reflect on how far the industry has come and make our best guess at where we think it's headed in the next decade. We're joined by John Failla, the Founder and Editorial Director of Smart Energy Decisions. Tune in as we uncover a list of predictions made way back in 2012 and determine which ones came true. We also make our own predictions about energy management for 2020 and beyond.

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    In this episode, we're joined by Jigar Shah, the President and Co-Founder of Generate Capital and formerly the founder and CEO of SunEdison. He is also a host on one of our favorite energy podcasts, the Energy Gang. In this episode, we reflect on how far the energy industry has come and explored industry predictions for 2020 and beyond.

    Get a free copy of our "2019 State of Energy Management" research report with best p...

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    In this episode of the Modern Energy Management Podcast, Martha Larson, Manager of Campus Energy and Sustainability at Carleton College shares her journey of modern energy management on campus. 

    In this episode Martha shares:

  • Her modern energy management journey
  • How technology helped Carleton modernize their energy program
  • Why the role of "Energy Manager" is changing
  • and much more.

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    In this episode, we're joined by Ian Lahiff, the Energy Project Manager at City of Orlando. With initiatives driven by the Mayor's Office, the City of Orlando has made a major shift to sustainable infrastructure and green building operations. Tune in as we discuss

  • Ian's journey to Modern Energy Management at Orlando
  • The how technology has played a major role in these initiatives 
  • Why resiliency is an important factor for c...
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    In this important episode, Thomas Morrison, the Director of Energy Management at EN Power Group in New York unpacks everything building owners need to know about and how to prepare for NYC's Local Law 97. 

    After withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, we're starting to see hundreds of cities in the United States implement local laws and mandates for energy reduction in their buildings. New York City has always been at the...

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    Tune in as we chat with Tim Porter, the Director of Partner Sales at Urjanet, and we explore how much processing utility bill data manually is actually costing organizations. In this episode, we discuss the results of a recent Smart Energy Decisions survey to over 200 energy and sustainability professionals. We review:

  • Why 55% of respondents are still processing utility bills manually
  • The hidden costs and unknown negative impacts of ...
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    In this episode, we're joined by our good friend, Jim Simon, Sustainability Director at Gonzaga University. Hear Jim's story of turning his passion for the environment into his full-time career. We break down his unique approach to getting students and university staff engaged in campus sustainability initiatives.

    Headed to AASHE next week in Spokane? Jim is an AASHE veteran and shares his tips for making the most out of thi...

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    Debra Shepard, Principal and Founder of Riverstone Sustainability Consulting, explores her work and experience executing sustainability and energy conservation programs for her higher ed, municipality, and corporate clients. The City of Boston recently published its updated Climate Action Plan. In this episode, Debra reviews everything you need to know about the changes and discusses ideas for meeting these targets.

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    In this episode, we chat with Andy Stein, the Principal Consultant at Stein Sustainability LLC about incorporating energy management into an organization's sustainability strategic plan. Tune in to learn:

  • The importance of including energy reduction in your sustainability strategic plans
  • How different organizations from retail stores to universities built out their sustainability plans
  • The importance of utilizing technology and da...
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    Tune in as Kyle Shipp, the Director of Smart Buildings at DPR Construction, discusses their unique, occupant focused approach to the construction of Smart Buildings. In this episode we discuss.

  • The importance of employee-focused construction
  • How existing buildings, older can also be "Smart Buildings"
  • How wellness and experience of a building impacts building design
  • DPR focus on the communities they're building in
  • Kyle's ...
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    In this episode, Jane Stewart, the Energy Specialist at Washington and Lee University, walks us through the energy conservation story at the ninth-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It was important to maintain the familial, welcoming culture of the university when considering an energy management program. In this episode, you'll earn how Jane was able to weave resource efficiency and sustainability int...

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    Sara Neff is the SVP of Sustainability at Kilroy Realty Corporation. Her responsibilities span sustainability/ESG, energy management, diversity, and building health. Tune in to learn how Sara uses data to understand how our buildings are damaging our health and the health of the environment. In this epidode we discuss:

  • Importance of leadership buy-in on sustainability initiatives
  • How Kilroy tests tools and technologies in their susta...
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