6 March 2014 - The 15th Energy Efficiency Forum for Commercial Buildings
Owners and managers of commercial and public buildings in Cape Town - particularly building and facilities managers - are invited to attend the next meeting of the Energy Efficiency Forum.
The Forum aims to provide owners and managers of offices, buildings, shopping centres or hotels with practical 'know how' on how to implement energy efficiency improvements in their own buildings and to create a platform for collective action and shared learning.
Date Thursday, 6 March 2014
Venue Old Mutual Building - West Campus, Pinelands, Cape Town. [view map]
(Sheryl Ozinsky, CCT Electricity Saving Campaign Manager)
09:05-09:15 'We Love Cape Town' campaign and Earth Hour City Challenge
09:15-09:30 City of Cape Town update
(Sarah Ward, City of Cape Town)
09:30-09:45 Eskom update
(Lodine Redelinghuys, Eskom)
09:45-10:10 A simple guide to HVAC and lighting efficiency in commercial buildings
(Denis van Es, Carbon Energy Africa & Megan Euston-Brown, Sustainable
10:10-10:30 Introducing the Private Sector Energy Efficiency (PSEE) Project in the W. Cape
(Valerie Geen, National Business Initiative)
10:30-10:50 Tea break
10:50-11:20 12L EE Tax incentives
(Barry Bredenkamp, Sanedi)
11:20-11:30 What's on
(Tracy Brownlee, Energy Efficiency Forum)
11:30-11:50 Wash Tub Laundry Services
11:50-12:10 Radisson Blu Hotel, Waterfront
(Debra Sivertsen, Hotel General Manager Radisson Blu Waterfront
& Allan Peterson, Chief Engineer Radisson Blu Le Vendome)
12:10-12:30 Case study TBC
12:30 Closing and lunch
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About the Energy Efficiency Forum
The EE Forum aims to provide owners and managers of all commercial and large institutional properties with practical 'know how' on how to implement energy efficiency improvements, and to create a platform for collective action and shared learning.
The Energy Efficiency Forum for Commercial Buildings is a collaboration between the City of Cape Town, Eskom and the South African Property Owners Association. It is co-funded by Old Mutual.
The Forum is supported by Provincial Government of the Western Cape, Cape Town Partnership, SA Council of Shopping Centres, Green Building Council of South Africa, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, University of Cape Town and Accelerate Cape Town.
For a listing of past speakers and topics covered at all EE Forum meetings, click here