Date: August 11
Time: 3:00pm Eastern
Cost: Free for Members $99 for Non-members
Speaker: Scott Milne, BPI, RESNET, LEED GA, National Energy Technologies LLC, President
Topic: Advanced Retrofit Conservation Technologies
Resource conservation is a subject on the minds of many corporate planners for all of the right reasons. Public appreciation, pollution reduction, best practice and expense reduction are all powerful reasons. Sound conservation investments however, have not impressed many large facility owners as they wade through tired options with poor payback. Scott Milne Founder of National Energy Technologies LLC, a company that specializes in advanced conservation retrofit technologies for assisted living facilities desires to change that opinion. They research, test, validate and educate building operators on little known, rapid payback strategies that also protect equipment and health. Learn how to develop your comprehensive utility reduction plan and how to incorporate advanced technologies founded on elements found in nature. Discover which equipment or process saves from 5 to 25% on electricity, cooling, water, refrigeration, lighting, laundry, room energy management, and many other resource depleting activities. These techniques all provide a rapid return on investment, most below 24 months, without the need for government incentives. Attendees will learn about how these products are soundly based on proven science, tested and how their effectiveness can be validated in their facility. Session concludes with a review of an actual comprehensive facility case study example.
Scott Milne is the founder and CEO of National Energy Technologies LLC; his backround includes finance, project planning, contractor and energy auditor before entering the energy technology market in 2007. He is certified by all three of the Nation's leading authorities of building energy inspection; BPI, RESNET, LEED. Scott has served as; a Lending officer, building inspector, successful solar consultant, energy auditor and an energy technologist. He is the editor of the popular "Energy Press" newsletter and blog, has been featured in radio interviews, and many news articles Scott is also a skilled public speaker and educator. He has been a featured speaker in large paid events, international facility conventions and has organized regional Conservation Expos. Scott is presenting at the AFE Facilities Expo on September 10that the Baltimore Convention Center and recently presented to the largest audience at the North East IFMA Convention and Expo, Boston Convention Center.