[Free Webinar] Unlocking the potential of data analytics for building energy management and certification

Why is this webinar relevant to you?

Building owners, operators/ managers, and service engineers find themselves at a critical juncture, with decisions about how they will they power and operate their facilities moving forward—now, even more so as the advent of a global pandemic and lockdown of many industrial and commercial facilities has aided the decrease in carbon emissions around the world.

How then do they go about developing a strategy and deciding on the technologies and practices that need to be implemented to construct, operate and maintain buildings that make efficient use of natural resources, promote occupant well-being, and have a positive impact on the surrounding environment?

In this webinar Gautami Palanki, Director at ARC Skoru, explores how green building rating system Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)  provides a framework and guide for developing and maintaining healthy, highly efficient, and cost-saving green buildings.

Gautami also expands on the key role of data analytics for monitoring and analyzing building energy performance and gathering the insights required for certification. Other key discussion topics include: top green building trends 2020-2025 + current challenges/barriers to achieving green buildings at scale.

Agenda Agenda

✅ Introduction to ARC for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification

✅ Value of data analytics toward building energy optimization and certification

✅ Using LEED to guide building sustainability efforts

✅ Top green building trends 2020-2025

✅ Current challenges/barriers to achieving green buildings at scale

✅ Question and answer session

Who will benefit from the webinar

  • LEED/ green building consultants
  • Energy/ engineering/ sustainability consultants
  • Energy service companies managing multiple building portfolios or sites
  • Architectural firms
  • Building owners, managers, operators, engineers
  • Energy auditors and analysts

Who is the speaker?

Gautami Palanki, Director, ARC Skoru

Gautami leads product engagement and global implementation of an environmental performance score for buildings, for ARC (www.arcskoru.com) and collaborates actively on the development of green building certification schemes and programmes. Prior to ARC, Gautami led sustainability strategy consulting for AtSite Inc and developed environmentally sensitive design schemes for mixed-use and hospitality complexes, in India, Dubai, South Korea as an architectural designer. Gautami’s LinkedIn


Date: Thursday, 14 May 2020

Time: 3.30pm (GMT+1) | 4.30pm (CEST) | 10.30am (EST)

How? How to register?

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