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Learn How to Perform a Gas “Treasure Hunt” at Your Facility
In this webinar, join experts with energy-optimization experience providing utilities and solutions for customers in New York and Massachusetts, and Leidos, an organization with a history of innovative problem-solving techniques, as they provide “treasured and unique” examples from different industries and building types, identifying improvements to maximize energy efficiency.

Learning Objectives:
- Review technology and economics.
- Learn how to optimize ventilation.
- Discuss how to improve steam system efficiency.
- Talk about ways to upgrade boiler controls.

Jan 25, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mark Ditch
Sr. Energy Engineer @National Grid Energy Services
Mark has 28 years of experience as an engineering consultant and construction supervisor in the HVAC and energy industry. As manager of an energy services group, he provided energy audits, central plant improvements, HVAC energy efficient design, combined heat and power plant evaluation, design and construction administration. In addition, Mark provides commissioning services for new and remodeled mechanical, electrical and energy management systems. He obtained funding and completed many projects for educational, industrial, military and healthcare facilities that have led to energy improvement projects.
Michael Pace
Engineering Manager @Leidos
Michael has been involved in energy efficiency for over 20 years in a variety of roles that include project design and implementation, utility program design and technical support, and management of an energy services company. Mr. Pace has a BS in Engineering from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and a MS in Facilities Management from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. In addition, Mr. Pace holds a variety of certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers.