KCP&L Partners To Bring Energy Efficiency Program to Businesses
KCP&L, U.S. Green Building Council – Central Plains Chapter, Kansas City Energy Project, and Bridging The Gap are partnering to host “Advancing Technologies for Building Management” – a lunch and learn program for area building and facilities managers.
Wednesday, September 7
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center
4750 Troost Ave. | Kansas City, MO 64110
This event is free to attend.
Are you up to date with smart building technologies? The newest technologies not only allow businesses to “talk” with their facility managers about energy use, but with their occupants, utilities, and even the buildings around them. They make changes in real time, and never miss an opportunity for you to save.
Join us to learn how you can start investing in “tomorrow’s technologies” today.
- Lunch will be served
- Introduction to advances in building management: “There’s more opportunity than you think” by TRANE engineer Terry Bickham.
- A walk through of KCP&L’s Business Energy Savings incentives, resources and building operations training programs by KCP&L Program Manager Kevin Brannan
- Panel discussion with local building managers:
- Robert Rives, formerly Manager of Facilities with KCMO, now with Johnson County Government
- Jensen Adams, Sustainability Director for KC Public Schools
- Amy Bond, Manager of Sustainability and Energy for Sprint