Energy Management

Utility Management: 2020 Energy Benchmarking Mandates: Pass or Penalty?

In today’s regulatory environment, multifamily properties are faced with growing requirements to monitor and report whole building energy usage in an effort to reduce energy consumption. More and more of these companies are realizing they do not have the expertise or resources to navigate the intricacies and complexities of these reporting requirements – not to mention fully grasping the requirements behind green lending compliance.

Join RealPage® Energy Management experts Dimitris Kapsis and Bob Ricobene, for this timely webcast designed to help you navigate the approaching 2020 energy benchmarking season.

They'll discuss:

  • Mandatory benchmarking requirements
  • Specific penalties for noncompliance
  • Timelines you’ll need to meet
  • The real benefits of benchmarking

Benchmarking season is upon us, and we’ve got you covered.

Dimitris Kapsis

VP Energy Management, RealPage Utility Management, Realpage,Inc

Dimitris joined RealPage in 2017, bringing over 15 years of energy expertise and leadership. Before joining RealPage, Dimitris served as Chief Energy Officer for AUM. He and his team of energy experts helped AUM become the premier energy management provider to the multifamily industry. Dimitris previously served as Director of Energy Management for Archstone, a Denver-based property ownership and management firm.

Bob Ricobene

Director, Energy Management, RealPage Utility Management, RealPage, Inc.

Bob joined RealPage in 2017 from AUM, bringing over 30 years of energy expertise and leadership. Before joining AUM, Bob served as Regional Vice President at Direct Energy and Pepco Energy Services, as well as in several leadership roles at Exelon Energy. He and his team of RealPage Energy Analysts deliver a wide range of energy solutions to the multifamily industry.

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Utility Management: 2020 Energy Benchmarking Mandates: Pass or Penalty?

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