BALTIMORE, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Businesses around the world continue to confront an environment of unprecedented challenges in energy and operations. Because energy use can account for up to 40 percent of the total operating expenses of a building, energy conservation measures for buildings offer a good place to start when seeking ways to reduce operating cost and make a significant impact on the bottom line quickly.
At the National Facilities Management & Technology Conference (NFMT 2010), Neil Maldeis, energy engineering manager for Trane, will present a detailed blueprint for energy conservation plans within an organization. In addition to lower utility and operating costs, energy conservation delivers benefits including reduced carbon footprint, increased market value for buildings, increased productivity of occupants and reduced absenteeism in the workplace.
Conference attendees will learn how to establish energy goals; determine energy-saving measures that deliver the best results; evaluate financial options; develop an energy conservation plan from start to finish; apply deep energy conservation measures in their buildings in order to drive business outcomes; finance energy-efficiency improvements in the current economic environment; and measure success.
Details of his presentation are:
When: March 18, 2010 at 2:10 p.m. (Conference is March 16-18)
Where: Room 324 in Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD
Conference Website: http://www.nfmt.com/
NFMT brings together thousands of facilities decision-makers each year to explore solutions to cut facility management costs, re-engineer for better productivity and invest in technology that makes a difference to the bottom line.
Neil Maldeis, energy engineering manager for Trane, is responsible for the technical development, support and review of performance based contracting solutions and activities on a national basis. He has more than 25 years of experience as a mechanical/project engineer in the building construction and energy conservation fields
Maldeis' responsibilities include defining/developing the scope of the energy conservation/savings solutions, determining the engineering content of the solutions, identifying/incorporating customer requirements and analyzing the financial feasibility of the program measures. He is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Minnesota and has been certified by the Association of Energy Engineers as Certified Energy Manager and Certified Green Building Engineer. He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota.
Trane, a business of Ingersoll Rand - the world leader in creating and sustaining safe, comfortable and energy efficient environments - improves the performance of homes and buildings around the world. Trane solutions optimize indoor environments with a broad portfolio of energy efficient heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems, building and contracting services, parts support and advanced controls for homes and commercial buildings. For more information, visit www.Trane.com.