IFMA’s FMJ Magazine Publishes the First of Four Articles on Energy Savings Systems by CLW E
I’m proud to announce that the International Facility Management Association published the first of a four article series I wrote for their Facility Management Journal (FMJ) May/June issue published this May 15, 2020. Below is a link to the article on pages 68-71 in the magazine:
The outline of this first article is below as well as the outlines for the rest of the three articles to be published in the (Jul/Aug), (Sep/Oct), and (Nov/Dec) issues of the FMJ. The FMJ is published six times a year and is world renowned publication for facility management.
IFMA FMJ 4 PROPOSED ARTICLES
1 - Planning and Project Management for Energy Savings (May/Jun)
· How the United States Uses Energy
· What’s Your Energy Usage? Good? Bad? Or Ugly?
· Energy Rates and Solar Policies Are in Flux
· Smart Energy Saving System (SESS) Lowers Building Operation’s Energy Costs
· Facility & Property Managers Can Significantly Reduce Their Energy Costs
· Smart Energy Saving Systems (SESS) for Battery Storage Have Arrived!
2 - Energy Sustainability for Real Estate, Property Management & Space Occupancy (Jul/Aug)
· Conducting Energy Assessments
· Energy Audits Using ASHRAE Levels 1, 2 & 3
· Retrocommissioning & Recommissioning
· Tailoring the Business Case to Your Organization’s Energy Saving Goals
· Investment Analysis and Financing Options if Needed
3 - FM Leadership & Innovation for Sustainable Energy Buildings (Sep/Oct)
· What is a Sustainable Energy Buildings Plan (SEBP)
· Starting a Sustainable Energy Buildings Plan (SEBP)
· California’s Utilities Respond to the ‘Duck Curve’
· The Impact of New TOU Rate Schedules on Solar PV and Energy Storage
4 - The Future of Sustainable Energy & Buildings for the Next Decade (Nov/Dec)
· Energy Storage Systems Will Drive FM Energy Sustainability
· Electric Vehicle (EV) Growth Will Become an Energy Demand Issue
· Solar PV Systems
· Zero Net Energy (ZNE) Standards and Challenges
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