NCAEE Chapter Meeting – Building Automation Energy Optimization Strategies and Payback


November Meeting 

Join us November 8th with Jason Bernstein for an understanding of Building Automation System Optimizations and Energy Paybacks at UNC-Charlotte  

This is a meeting that every energy manager and future energy manager should attend.  Making a Building Automation System work smarter is one of the lowest hurdle ways to reduce energy use in today’s buildings.  Jason Bernstein implemented a number of different Building Automation System Optimizations at UNC-Charlotte and identified the savings from each.  While most facilities aren’t as large as UNCC most organizations will be able to benefit from at least some of these techniques.  All together these optimizations are saving UNCC over one million dollars every year in utility costs.  


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We hope that you will join us at the Advanced Energy Office but if you can’t attend in person you can also attend online.  
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Wednesday November 8th
5:30 Gather
6:00 PM Presentation

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Speaker Bio:

Jason Bernstein PE, CEM, SFP is the Energy Manager at UNC Charlotte. He’s been with the University for almost 3 years. He began working in the energy management industry in 2007 as an intern for an Energy Performance Contractor. He received his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering – Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning (HVAC) from the New York Institute of Technology in 2008. During the past 16 years his work has focused on reducing energy consumption and costs as a consultant as well as an in-house energy management resource and leader. In that capacity, his work has centered around developing and implementing projects that reduce the energy consumption of lighting and HVAC systems for various public and private sector customers. 

Additional Information:

  • For more information call Michael Lyda at 919-716-6391 or Phil Korest at 919-382-8006