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Welcome to the Modern Energy Management podcast, a place for sustainability, energy, and facility innovators to tell their stories and share energy best practices that go beyond the meter. We believe that modern energy managers are individuals who use technology and best practices to harness the power of building data to improve resource efficiency, enhance employee well being, increase productivity, lower operational costs, and to create a culture of sustainability at their organization. Have a great story to share? We'd love to have you on the show! Please email communications@luciddg.com.

Welcome to the Modern Energy Management podcast, a place for sustainability, energy, and facility innovators to tell their stories and share energy best practices that go beyond the meter. We believe that modern energy managers are individuals who use technology and best practices to harness the power of building data to improve resource efficiency, enhance employee well being, increase productivity, lower operational costs, and to create a culture of sustainability at their organization. Have a great story to share? We'd love to have you on the show! Please email communications@luciddg.com.
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United States

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Welcome to the Modern Energy Management podcast, a place for sustainability, energy, and facility innovators to tell their stories and share energy best practices that go beyond the meter. We believe that modern energy managers are individuals who use technology and best practices to harness the power of building data to improve resource efficiency, enhance employee well being, increase productivity, lower operational costs, and to create a culture of sustainability at their organization. Have a great story to share? We'd love to have you on the show! Please email communications@luciddg.com.

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English

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2099962291


Episodes

NYC's Local Law 97: Everything Building Owners Need to Know

11/13/2019
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In this important episode, Thomas Morrison, the Director of Energy Management at EN Power Group in New York unpacks everything building owners need to know about and how to prepare for NYC's Local Law 97. After withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, we're starting to see hundreds of cities in the United States implement local laws and mandates for energy reduction in their buildings. New York City has always been at the forefront of this evolution, and this podcast explains how building...

Duration:00:41:09

Exploring the Hidden Costs of Manual Data Processes with Tim Porter of Urjanet

10/31/2019
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Tune in as we chat with Tim Porter, the Director of Partner Sales at Urjanet, and we explore how much processing utility bill data manually is actually costing organizations. In this episode, we discuss the results of a recent Smart Energy Decisions survey to over 200 energy and sustainability professionals. We review:

Duration:00:38:47

Gonzaga University: How to Make the Most of AASHE 2019 with Jim Simon

10/22/2019
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In this episode, we're joined by our good friend, Jim Simon, Sustainability Director at Gonzaga University. Hear Jim's story of turning his passion for the environment into his full-time career. We break down his unique approach to getting students and university staff engaged in campus sustainability initiatives. Headed to AASHE next week in Spokane? Jim is an AASHE veteran and shares his tips for making the most out of this event and hear what sessions he's most looking forward to. If...

Duration:00:33:56

Boston's New Climate Action Plan and How It Impacts Building Owners

10/14/2019
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Debra Shepard, Principal and Founder of Riverstone Sustainability Consulting, explores her work and experience executing sustainability and energy conservation programs for her higher ed, municipality, and corporate clients. The City of Boston recently published its updated Climate Action Plan. In this episode, Debra reviews everything you need to know about the changes and discusses ideas for meeting these targets. In this episode we review:

Duration:00:42:19

Infusing Energy Management into your Sustainability Strategic Plan

10/7/2019
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In this episode, we chat with Andy Stein, the Principal Consultant at Stein Sustainability LLC about incorporating energy management into an organization's sustainability strategic plan. Tune in to learn:

Duration:00:29:15

DPR Construction's Approach to Smart Buildings

9/24/2019
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Tune in as Kyle Shipp, the Director of Smart Buildings at DPR Construction, discusses their unique, occupant focused approach to the construction of Smart Buildings. In this episode we discuss.

Duration:00:25:13

Washington and Lee University: Building a Culture of Energy Conservation on Campus

9/19/2019
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In this episode, Jane Stewart, the Energy Specialist at Washington and Lee University, walks us through the energy conservation story at the ninth-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It was important to maintain the familial, welcoming culture of the university when considering an energy management program. In this episode, you'll earn how Jane was able to weave resource efficiency and sustainability into the already strong culture of this institution. The result:...

Duration:00:30:46

Kilroy Realty Corporation: How buildings are hurting us and the environment

9/5/2019
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Sara Neff is the SVP of Sustainability at Kilroy Realty Corporation. Her responsibilities span sustainability/ESG, energy management, diversity, and building health. Tune in to learn how Sara uses data to understand how our buildings are damaging our health and the health of the environment. In this epidode we discuss: Tune into Sara Neff's Tedx talk for more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8_Tg5nVnDA&t=339s

Duration:00:39:15

Weber State University: The Untapped Potential of Energy Management

8/26/2019
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Welcome to the Modern Energy Management podcast! This podcast is a place for sustainability, energy, and facility innovators to tell their stories and share energy best practices that go beyond the meter. We believe that modern energy managers are individuals who use technology and best practices to harness the power of building data to improve resource efficiency, enhance employee well being, increase productivity, lower operational costs, and to create a culture of sustainability at their...

Duration:00:46:16