March 14, 2018 - 8:00am - 5:00pm

The Tulane University School of Architecture, in partnership with the City of New Orleans' Office of Resilience and Sustainability, is sponsoring a day-long symposium on Energy Benchmarking for commercial and multifamily buildings.

This free event will be held on Wednesday, March 14, from 8:00am to 5:00pm
@ the GNO Inc offices, 1100 Poydras Street suite 3475.

The poorest performing buildings use three to seven times the energy of the highest performing buildings.  Buildings can be more competitive and increase their bottom line by better managing their energy use.  Reducing energy expenditures allows property managers and owners to allocate those dollars towards other operating expenses or longer-term investments.

The Benchmarking Symposium will include discussions from local and national experts on a range of energy management topics. Additionally, graduate students from Tulane University will be on hand to help walk participants through setting up a free Portfolio Manager account, which can be used to track building energy and water use and to participate in the Downtown NOLA Energy Challenge.

Members of the building community and those interested in supporting the goals of energy efficiency in New Orleans are invited to attend ANY OR ALL of the sessions listed below.

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* 1. I would like to attend the following morning sessions:

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* 2. I would like to attend the Lunch Session:

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* 3. I would like to attend the following afternoon sessions:

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* 5. Further engagement:

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For questions about the Energy Benchmarking Symposium, please contact

<br>For questions about the Energy Benchmarking Symposium, please contact<br><br>