The Whole Enchilada: The Smart Energy Approach to Multifamily Whole Building Management
Lowering energy use in common areas and empty units can cut energy bills and emissions by 30% (or more). And one of the fastest ways to realize those savings is through Smart Energy.
In this timely and informative webcast, RealPage® Vice President of Sustainability, Mary Nitschke, and Smart Energy Chief Evangelist, Carol Schmitt, discuss how to use Smart Energy to focus on what matters most to you. Whether you just want to better manage common areas and vacant units or extend energy savings to residences, Smart Energy helps you gain a whole-building perspective on energy. We’ll also discuss how to:
- Simplify the complexities of energy management and controls
- Leverage smart meters and IoT connected devices to deliver actionable insights
- Achieve real-time visibility by property or portfolio-wide
- Discover previously “unseen” and continuous opportunities to lower emissions
If you're looking for recipes that suit your organization's fiscal and sustainable tastes, be sure to join us!
Mary Nitschke joined RealPage as Vice President of Sustainability in 2019. Previously she was the Director of Ancillary Services for the award-winning Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc, where she had the privilege of managing both the resident costs and expense sides of the utility wheelhouse.
Mary is passionate about utilities, and should perhaps switch to decaf. She was the first president of the Utility Management Advisory board, possesses an Energy Resource Management Certificate from UC Davis, and two Bachelors of Art from UC Berkeley.
Carol SchmittChief Evangelist for Smart Energy, RealPage, Inc.
Carol Schmitt joined RealPage as Chief Evangelist for Smart Energy in June 2021 with a mission to help owners, operators, investors and residents accelerate their shift to a cleaner, more sustainable energy future. She previously was the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, one of the country’s largest non-regulated renewable energy and efficiency providers. Prior to that, Carol led product, marketing and partnerships for internet of things (IoT) platform, cybersecurity and big data analytics technology companies. Carol enjoys geeking out around new clean energy technologies, electrification, microgrids and ways to shift to Net Zero faster. She is a certified Sustainability (ESG) Practitioner, has multiple certifications in clean energy finance, and is a board member of the Occidental Community Services District as well as a former Board Member of the USGBC Green Schools Council and multiple nonprofits.