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Energy Audits: How to Evaluate Your Facility to Increase Efficiency and Boost Your Bottom Line

Energy Audits: How to Evaluate Your Facility to Increase Efficiency and Boost Your Bottom Line - On-Demand

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Energy Audits: How to Evaluate Your Facility to Increase Efficiency and Boost Your Bottom Line - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to develop and implement an energy-assessment process to identify opportunities for reducing costs and boosting your bottom line.

Summer is almost here, which means increased use of energy at your organization. With energy costs on the rise, this may eat into your budget more than you expect. As the United States remixes sources for energy and includes more expensive options such as energy and wind, the overall cost of a kilowatt is likely to go up even more, costing your organization more just to keep running as it always has. 

To stay ahead of present and future challenges, it’s critical that facilities are as efficient as they can be in their energy usage. To reach that goal, facility owners and managers should conduct an energy audit to evaluate their existing energy usage footprint and identify ways to reduce overall consumption and costs and, in some cases, look at programs and opportunities that will benefit the bottom-line.

Learn more with this on-demand webinar led by national expert Abby Ferri for tips on how to conduct an energy audit and implement an energy-assessment process to reduce cost and benefit the bottom line.     

You’ll learn:

  • What relevant federal regulations and typical state-based energy regulations apply to energy management and cost reduction
  • How to perform a comprehensive energy audit, and the data elements to include
  • How to identify areas where energy is being wasted
  • How to determine the cost of an audit based on square footage and other factors
  • How to use the information from your audit to identify lower-cost options
  • Which internal departments should be involved with your energy management and cost reduction program to ensure it is cost effective and successful
  • Energy-usage alternatives that could save you money and in some cases result in profit
  • The types of programs available at the federal and state level generally to subsidize energy reduction-based activities
  • How to work with your energy provider(s) to find ways to cut costs 

About Your Presenter:

Abby Ferri, CSPAbby Ferri, CSP
Safety & Risk Control Consultant
The Ferri Group LLC

Abby Ferri, CSP is an independent risk control, safety, and health consultant. She earned her Master’s Degree in Environmental Health and Safety, and she is an OSHA Outreach Trainer. She employs an intellectual, practical, and creative approach to the toughest health, safety, and environment challenges.

In Ms. Ferri’s current role she is responsible for risk control, program development, training and regulatory compliance for construction, manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, and retail clients throughout the United States and Canada. Her previous experience included managing all aspects of corporate safety, health, and environment programs in the construction industry and managing a large book of nationwide accounts in the insurance industry. Ms. Ferri has provided risk control, safety, health, and environmental consulting services for general contractors, subcontractors, fabrication facilities, manufacturing, healthcare, hospitals, retail, hospitality, restaurant, beverage and other construction and general industry workplaces.

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