IFMA News, Webinars and Events – Sep/Oct 2020
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 I 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
This webinar will provide participants with real-world resiliency planning frameworks that can serve as models for property owners and managers. Panelists will discuss how to minimize risk and maintain business continuity through energy efficiency and using new technologies.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 I 3:00 – 4:30 PM ET
Hear about pioneering developments that are integrating energy efficiency, waste heat, renewable energy, and grid interaction across multiple buildings. This webinar will explore best practices on achieving cost savings and carbon reductions at scale.
Tuesday, January 12, 2021 I 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET
Energy-saving projects can yield extra benefits like reduced maintenance, improved productivity, waste reduction, and more. Join this webinar to learn about a new methodology for quantifying these benefits.
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 I 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
This webinar will explore the successful implementation of two energy efficiency projects, one small (<$150,000) and one large (>$10 million); there will be a facilitated discussion to compare and contrast the characteristics of each.
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- Recorded Webinars | IFMA Webinars
IFMA is hosting a series of webinars on FM + COVID-19 addressing common questions and discussions on re-entering the workplace. Click the link above to view these recorded webinars featuring subject matter experts from around the globe.
Recorded Webinars | Decarbonizing Building Operations
This free, two-part webinar conducted in October 2020 covered policy developments, strategies and technologies to achieve efficient and reliable electrification for non-residential buildings, and how grid-harmonized buildings can utilize renewable power when available. Speakers include experts in energy storage, renewable energy production, and real-time carbon accounting of electrical supply. Hosted by the ASHRAE Golden Gate chapter, PG&E and Center for the Built Environment (CBE).
Recorded Webinars | Building a Clean Energy Workforce
Better Buildings (Virtual) Summit, June 9, 2020
Across the country, millions of Americans participate in the clean energy workforce who make it possible to design, build, operate, and finance better buildings. Ensuring that this workforce is widespread and well prepared to deploy new technologies is vital to achieving Better Buildings Challenge goals, as well as state and local energy commitments. Hear from speakers about the landscape of the clean energy and buildings workforce today, and how gaps in existing awareness, pathways, and training can be filled.
Speakers: Phil Jordan, BW Research; Dean Stanberry, International Facility Management Association; Sarah Truitt, National Renewable Energy Lab
ESUS in the FMJ
The ESIS Community will have a number of sponsored articles for the November-December FMJ issue including new & expanding technologies emerging from the pandemic, a new SFP scholarship, the origin of the Sheila Sheridan Sustainability Award of Excellence and Air Quality Considerations for 3D Printers.
FMJ Editorial Calendar
The November-December theme is Sustainability. Features will include what’s next in green technology, managing pests in the green environment, and meeting mandated sustainability benchmarks.
The January-February 2021 theme is The Guts of Your Facility. Features will include turning the workplace into your best work tool, tricks of the trade: tech, biophilic, privacy vs social, managing occupant space, managing operations space, using workspace post COVID-19, and building a better inside.