“How to Uncover Savings Opportunities by Understanding the Impact of Energy on Your Campus”
Sponsored by U.S.Communities
Thursday, November 16, 2017 | 2:00 PM ET
In this webinar, experts will discuss the energy impact on campus goals, how to uncover and make improvements as well as discuss the latest trends and technologies that affect energy consumption on your campus.
Join us for a discussion with Trane. Sponsored by U.S. Communities, the leading national cooperative purchasing program providing the best overall supplier pricing. Our supplier partner, Trane, is a world leader in air conditioning systems, services and solutions.
Taking a comprehensive approach to purchases of products and services related to powering a campus can provide procurement opportunities to plan and save on related expenses.
Learn how to
- Better manage the cost of energy on college campus
- Optimize performance and lower operating costs
- Achieve sustainability goals with the latest technology
Greg Spencer, Strategic Cooperative Leader, Trane
Greg currently manages Trane’s National Cooperative Contracts. In this role, he and his team work with Trane offices & agencies to find ways of solving problems using the U.S. Communities public procurement contract. Today, these include educational sectors (both public and private), higher education, state and local governments, municipalities and not for profit entities.
Prior to this endeavor, Greg has held a variety of roles within the Trane Company including sales and management during his 37-year tenure. These include technical sales in West Texas, sales management roles, strategic program management and other endeavors all focused in the HVAC and energy markets. He has been a long-standing member in ASHRAE, a professional Engineer and is currently involved with several school & national associations.
Howard Turner, Director of Energy Services, Trane
Howard Turner is the director of energy contracting offerings for Trane Building Advantage. His team develops and commercializes energy offerings that deliver measurable business improvements to customers. The Trane Building Advantage portfolio includes renewable energy, complex central plant retrofits, performance contracting, various energy conservation measures, building automation strategies, intelligent services, utility support, energy procurement, and other outcome-based energy offerings.
Howard earned engineering degrees from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Virginia and an MBA from the College of William and Mary. He is LEED accredited and is a certified energy manager and auditor. A native of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, he currently resides in what often feels like the latent heat capital of the world, Richmond, VA.
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