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How to make the leap from firefighting to predictive maintenance

Maintenance costs account for almost as large a percentage of a facility’s operating budget as energy expenses. But usually, this money is spent inadequately with a reactive “wait till it breaks” approach.  This webinar will discuss how a proactive, preventive maintenance approach coupled with analytics can reduce a building’s maintenance and energy costs by up to 20%. You won't want to miss this presentation by one of the industry's dynamic speakers!

 


Harry Kohal

Harry joined Eagle Technology as Director of Sales and Marketing in 2006.  He has a strong information technology and security background within facility, manufacturing and service industries. 

Harry does 6-10 speaking engagements per year at various facility and manufacturing management conferences. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business from Marian University and a Master of Liberal Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

 

 


 

 

 


 


Retro-commissioning & the Non-Energy Benefits of Improving Building Performance



PECO is now offering personalized building assessment reports to your larger customers. This free resource provides you an easy to digest summary of annual energy usage and costs, heat maps, and recommendations that illustrate potential savings opportunities. By using facility information and 30-minute kW interval data to show energy variations based on weather, day of week and building schedule, you can see where systems are falling short – and where you can implement retrocommissioning, HVAC, lighting, and control strategies to improve your process. The PECO Team will also review several non-energy related benefits that come along with improving building performance. 



Mark Binder, CEA

Mark, PECO Smart Ideas Energy Manager,  brings more than 20 years of business-to-marketing and communications experience in the energy and environmental fields. He currently manages outreach to contractors and commercial and industrial customers on behalf of the PECO Smart Ideas Program. In partnering with energy service professionals across the region, he has assisted facility managers for office buildings, manufacturing plants and many other facilities achieve thousands of dollars in energy savings through the submission of hundreds of rebate applications.

 

Mark holds a master’s degree in environmental studies from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in English from Princeton University. He is a Certified Energy Auditor (CEA).

 

 



Combined Heat & Power (CHP) for energy efficiency and resiliency


Combined Heat & Power (CHP), or cogeneration, is a proven and reliable means to improve energy efficiency and resiliency by co-locating thermal and electrical generation equipment at a single site.  This presentation will review CHP fundamentals, CHP technologies, benefits of CHP, site characteristics favorable to CHP, and review case studies.  Upon completion, facilities engineers and other interested individuals should be able to understand if CHP is an appropriate technology for their application and how to access free U.S. Department of Energy resources for additional assistance.

Dr. Brett Ellis, P. E.

Brett is an Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering Technology at the University of Maine, the Assistant Director of the New England Combined Heat and Power Technical Assistance Partnership (NE CHP TAP), and has worked in the mechanical engineering field for 21 years, with 14 years of industrial experience.  His industrial experience includes open hole testing in the oil and gas industry; failure analysis; and extensive experience in the plastic processing industry at plant engineering and corporate engineering levels.  Dr. Ellis's professional interests include stress analysis, solid mechanics, continuous improvement, design, and energy efficiency.  He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Georgia and Maine, and a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.


 

 

 

 

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