Con Edison + Optimum Webinar - May 12, 2016 - 11am (EST)

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Are you looking to run your facility’s HVAC system more efficiently? Would you like to learn how to save as much as 50% on your HVAC energy costs, improve your operations and reduce your carbon footprint?

Join Optimum Energy’s Director of Project Development, Eric Toback (P.E., LEED AP), on May 12th at 11am Eastern as he leads a free in-depth discussion on whole systems HVAC optimization. Eric will take you through the basics of HVAC optimization, how Optimum Energy’s optimization technology works and how it can help you save money, meet your sustainability goals and improve your overall HVAC system operations. In addition, Eric will cover the real world success that Columbia University has experienced with Optimum Energy supporting their optimization efforts.

The webinar, sponsored by Con Edison, will kick off with an overview of the Con Edison Commercial Industrial program, which can help defray the costs of installing Optimum Energy products and other energy efficiency measures for customers within Con Edison’s service territory.

When: Thursday, May 12, 2016
Time: 11:00AM – 12:00PM Eastern

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About the Presenter

OptimumAirEric Toback is Director, Project Development at Optimum Energy, specializing in the identification, development and implementation of sustainable energy efficiency projects throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. An expert in the optimization of large scale heating and cooling systems, Mr. Toback has over 10 years of experience in managing the design and construction of chilled water plants, air handling systems, and heating plants, as well as performing energy audits, retro-commissioning best practices, and Building Automation System (BAS) Sequence of Operations.

A registered professional engineer in the State of New York as well as a LEED Accredited Professional, Mr. Toback received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.