An elective course in the Certificate Program in Facilities Management.
Today’s successful facility managers are multi-dimensional professionals with a broad array of skills that are critical to the success of any organization. One of these critical must have skill is the effective management of facility energy cost and consumption. More and more companies today are learning that clean energy and efficient use of utility resources are not only integral to corporate environmental sustainability but are also a must to keep corporate operating cost down to stay competitive in today’s era of lean budgets. This course will provide the foundational knowledge and fundamental skills that every Facility Manager needs to be a well-rounded professional and make an immediate impact in a company’s quest towards achieving a sustainable and cost-effective energy program.
Paul Wingco, CEM|MBA has over thirty years of combined experience in facility operations and energy management. His past roles include serving as Energy and Sustainability Manager, Associate Director of Energy and MEP services, and Director of Facilities Management for California State University, Long Beach where he retired in 2019 after 30 years of combined service with the CSU and UC system. Paul has been actively involved in campus level strategic energy planning and implementation in both the California State and University of California University systems. Paul earned his degree in Construction Engineering Management from California State University, Long Beach and has a Masters in Business Administration from Vanguard University of Southern California. Paul is currently an instructor for the Building Operator Certification (BOC) program and a regular speaker on energy efficiency matters for regional investor owned utilities. He is a Certified Energy Manager with the Association of Energy Engineers and the founder and principal of Wingco Clean Energy Resources LLC, a California DGS certified small consulting business specializing in strategic energy planning and clean energy workforce development and training.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
Guide to Energy Management
Book - ISBN: 9781498759335
Barney Capehart, 8 ed, River Publishers
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