In July, Bradley Hogan, PE, CEM, and Daniel Sprague of Haynes Mechanical teamed up with Erik Jeannette, PE, CCP of Iconergy to present at a BOMA Summer Seminar on building energy efficiency.
Haynes and Iconergy discussed several effective strategies for reducing a building’s greenhouse gas emissions and energy usage. These strategies included energy audits, key performance indicators, re/retro-commissioning, electrification, capital improvements, capital budgeting, and funding options.
The Haynes team focused on energy efficient capital improvement opportunities and implementation with the right budgeting and funding strategies in place. Energy efficient capital improvements for a building offer several significant benefits:
- Reduce energy consumption and meeting building performance targets, resulting in lower utility bills and operational costs, providing long-term financial savings.
- Contribute to a reduced carbon footprint, promoting environmental sustainability and compliance with energy regulations.
- Enhance occupant comfort and well-being through improved envelope, better temperature control, and superior indoor air quality.
- These improvements can increase the overall property value, attract environmentally conscious tenants, and demonstrate a commitment to corporate social responsibility.
Thank you Brad and Danny for presenting some of the latest energy efficient findings at the BOMA Seminar! If you would like more information on the seminar, please reach out to: