Meeting/Event Information

    HVAC on Tap

    April 24, 2018
    5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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    Blue Moon Brewery RiNo
    3750 Chestnut Pl
    Denver, CO 80216

                               Analytics: A Roadmap for Better Buildings!
    Josh Furman and Emily Breeden will be presenting on the power of using data analytics to create better buildings. Buildings can be thought of as living, breathing organisms; always evolving, and full of hidden potential. They have
    heating, cooling, and lighting energy coursing through their veins. This energy produces data, and that data needs to be translated into meaningfulinformation. Just like MRIs can be used to visually understand the health of a person, building/energy analytics can be used to visually understand and improve the buildings we design, construct, and

    Josh has been with Rocky Mountain Trane for 9 years, and Emily for 2 years, with 8 years of total industry experience. Both of them work on the Intelligent Services team. Intelligent Services is a portfolio of energy management systems and services within Trane, which is a leading global provider of HVAC solutions. Trane has over 100 years of experience in HVAC, with 35+ years in controls and 20+ years in energy services.

    Please email [email protected] with any questions in regards to this event or if you would be interested in sponsoring the next program for the educational series.


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