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BOMA China Conference September 21 & 22, 2017

BOMA China Conference September 21 & 22, 2017

Holistic approach to energy management and the effect of energy management on asset value

Effective management of energy consumption, costs and overall operating costs as for years been considered a best practice.  But in the past ten years, growing research demonstrate a strong correlation between holistic energy management and improved occupancy, rental income, net operating income and asset value.

Brenna Walraven, a recognized global leader in sustainability execution, will provide an overview of best practice approaches to:

  • Holistic energy management as a proxy for good management
  • The importance of a following the Guidelines to Energy Management Best practices:
    • Make a Commitment, Plan, Take Action, Check Progress approach
    • which is in alignment with ISO 14,000
  • Value of low and no cost best practices to better manage energy consumption and costs –
    • taking from BOMA International’s BEEP (BOMA Energy Efficiency Program)
  • Overview of leading research on the connection between energy management and asset value
  • Key action items to have an impact immediately on energy and financial performance
    • Including an overview of the BOMA Energy Performance Contract Model Toolkit (which has been translated into Mandarin and is available for members)

BOMA China Conference
September 21 and 22, 2017
Beijing, China