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We’ll be joined by Kirk Longstein of Fort Collins Utilities to discuss the proposed building energy scoring requirement, similar to 26 Cities across the US including Denver and Boulder. Energy benchmarking, scoring and transparency provides a beneficial tools in helping owners, property managers and tenants to establish a baseline for tracking and identifying opportunities to reduce energy-related costs; and, allow the market an opportunity to value energy efficiency by differentiating high performing buildings. The presentation will cover:
• Overview - What is the Building Energy Scoring (BES)?
• Benefits of Building Energy Scoring
• BES requirements, timeline, and how to comply
• Status of proposal adoption process
Kirk Longstein is with the City of Fort Collins energy efficiency team. As a Project Manager, he leads the continued program and policy development for a Building Energy Scoring initiative. More information about the City's Building Energy Scoring initiative can be found at the link below. Kirk's professional interest include developing sales collateral and energy efficiency resources for Real Estate professionals to differentiate their buildings with low utility costs and better Net Operating Income (NOI).
The presentation will be held at Odell Brewing Company’s taproom at 800 E. Lincoln Avenue in Fort Collins. Doors open at 7 pm with presentation commencing at 7:30 and running through 8:30 pm.
There is a $5.00 entry fee for non-members but the event is Free for CRES Members (includes one complimentary beverage). To join CRES: http://www.cres-energy.org/individual-membership-signup/