When an organization, large or small, decides to be more environmentally responsible, they must measure their progress with carbon relative performance indicators. When measuring carbon performance businesses need to be able to manage and improve their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Evolving technologies in the facilities, energy and utilities industries, including smart systems, maintenance management systems, asset management systems, real-time data acquisition systems, fire life and safety systems, alternative energy systems, personnel management systems, space planning systems and many more
How to Sustain Financial and Environmental Success in Business and Industry Program Overview – Session 2 This session is about very specific examples of return on sustainable and financially responsible investments. Topic include energy performance contracts, how to reduce waste and use methods continuous improvement for increased performance of your triple bottom line.
The first class offered at the EIC is an introduction to the Energy Innovation Center (EIC) as a construction site. Participants will have the opportunity to tour the building as it is being constructed and interact with the people working on the site.
Prior to 2013, Dr. Jacobsen was the Associate Dean – Environmental Studies At the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and Director of the center for Energy Conservation and Advanced Manufacturing (ECAM).