From corporate America to the public sector, energy efficiency and sustainability is a key imperative, making energy & sustainability reporting more important than ever. District Energy operators at higher education institutions and in downtown districts are being challenged to make actionable progress towards decarbonization. District Energy is one of the ways that more sustainable solutions can be implemented at scale for organizations. A common challenge for these operators and the organizations that they serve is a need to be able to report on various aspects of energy data, including cost, consumption, and inherent greenhouse gases. How do you go about making this data available to your stakeholders the way they want to see it? Tune in to this webinar as EnergyCAP’s Dave Ulmer and Lalit Agarwal discuss tips and best practices to streamline energy & sustainability reporting.
- Best practices for data capture
- Tips for building reports & dashboards
- Strategies and tactics for information sharing
- Growing use of BI tools and connecting different data sources
Lalit Agarwal, VP, Energy Management & Sustainability
Lalit Agarwal is the VP of Energy Management & Sustainability for EnergyCAP, LLC. In his role, Lalit assists the development team in enhancing the product based on industry needs. As an industry liaison, he is an active participant in industry associations. He currently also serves as a Board of Director for International District Energy Association (IDEA). Before his current position, Lalit worked at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the facilities department in many roles with special emphasis on Utilities, Energy, and Sustainability.
Dave Ulmer, Chief Product & Technology Officer
Dave Ulmer joined EnergyCAP, LLC in 2013 and is currently the Chief Product & Technology Officer. He leads an experienced and talented team of software engineers, designers, network engineers, and other personnel who are responsible for developing and hosting EnergyCAP’s award-winning software platform. Dave provides ongoing strategic direction for software features and enhancements.