Nexant to Co-Lead Energy Efficiency Savings Webinar Hosted by The Climate Registry

Jun 25, 2015

Energy expert Chase Kadakia will present overview of Nexant’s enhanced retro-commissioning program with partners Boeing and Southern California Edison

SAN FRANCISCO  – Today, Nexant Project Manager Chase Kadakia will provide insights on how organizations can achieve significant energy efficiency savings during the ClimatEEfficient Webinar: Energy Savings With Enhanced Retro-commissioning organized by The Climate Registry.

Kadakia will be joined by Jeff Haberman, Facilities Engineer at Boeing, to discuss how Boeing’s partnership with Nexant and Southern California Edison has delivered reduced energy costs for the company. The webinar will discuss the concept of “enhanced retro-commissioning” for improving energy efficiency in existing buildings. The practice combines the energy-savings potential of retro-commissioning with grid edge technology to optimize performance for existing buildings.

The one-hour webinar will take place from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time on June 25, 2015.

To register, click here.

At Nexant, Chase Kadakia is the program lead and project manager for utility solutions in Southern California. He is managing Nexant’s Enhanced Retro-commissioning Program for Southern California Edison with partners that include Boeing, Continental Properties and Kilroy Realty. He has 17 years of energy engineering experience as well as project and program management. Kadakia also has expertise in energy consulting and has performed energy management, auditing and analysis.

About The Climate Registry

The Climate Registry (TCR) is a non-profit organization governed by U.S. states and Canadian provinces and territories. TCR designs and operates voluntary and compliance GHG reporting programs globally and assists organizations in measuring, verifying and reporting the carbon in their operations in order to manage and reduce it. TCR also consults with governments nationally and internationally on all aspects of GHG measurement, reporting and verification. For more information, see http://www.theclimateregistry.org.