Key Factors for Energy Program Success at NYU Langone Health
Energy performance is an increasingly important subject for all organizations. This presentation will discuss some key energy performance initiatives at NYU Langone Health. It will explore how the use of enhanced building automation, process and procedures, and the use of data and key performance indicators made these projects a success.
John holds a Bachelor of Engineering in mechanical engineering from Manhattan College. He has 35 years of experience in engineering, commissioning, HVAC, building automation, and energy efficiency.
John now works for NYU Langone Health as the Senior Director of Energy Management where he is responsible for the energy and sustainability programs, the engineering and commissioning department, and the HVAC and building automation departments.
John is a licensed professional engineer in NY and a member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) where he holds several energy-related certifications such as Certified Energy Manager, Certified Energy Procurement Professional, Certified Energy Auditor, and Certified Buildings Commissioning Professional.
John has been voted Energy Manager of the Year by the New York Chapter and Region I of the Association of Energy Engineers.
Throughout his career, his dedication to energy conservation has resulted in over 200 million dollars in energy savings.