Monthly REPA trainings are at the heart of the REPA mission to promote best practices in the New Hampshire residential energy performance field. REPA hosts a variety of locally and nationally known experts for its trainings. Generally, trainings are held on 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Conservation Center in Concord, NH.
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Use Portfolio ManagerYou’ve heard it before: you can’t manage what you don’t measure. That’s why EPA created ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager®, an online tool you can use to measure and track energy and water consumption, as well as greenhouse gas emissions. Use it to benchmark the performance of one building or a whole portfolio of buildings, all in a secure online environment. Not sure if Portfolio Manager is for you? It is!You can use Portfolio Manager to manage the energy and water use of any building. Seriously. Any building. K-12 school? Check. Office building? Check. Stadium? Check. We could keep going. All you need are your energy bills and some basic information about your building to get started. Join the rest of the industry.When you add your buildings, you’ll be joining 50 percent of U.S. commercial building space that’s already benchmarked in Portfolio Manager — making it the industry-leading benchmarking tool. You’ll also be joining more than half of the Fortune 100®, half of the largest U.S. healthcare organizations, major league sports teams, colleges and universities, and entire cities. It’s only growing.And it’s on the move. Portfolio Manager is the tool of choice among cities such as New York, Seattle, and Boston that have passed mandatory benchmarking laws. Not only that, but Portfolio Manager is used by the Canadian Government as the platform for their national energy benchmarking program for existing commercial and institutional buildings. Bring your laptop to ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager training on December 12 from 9:30 AM to 12 PM and learn how to use this free tool to jump start your energy efficiency program! About Linda Linda holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts and a Master’s Degree in Biostatistics and Epidemiology from Boston University. She worked as an industrial hygienist for DuPont for before joining the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to assist in implementing Massachusetts’ landmark Toxics Use Reduction Act legislation. Ms. Darveau joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a founding member of the New England Environmental Assistance Team, providing regulatory compliance and pollution prevention assistance to small businesses. Currently a member of the EPA’s Energy and Climate Team, Ms. Darveau is the Regional ENERGY STAR Coordinator and works on energy efficiency and renewable energy projects with municipalities, hospitals, houses of worship, and water and waste water treatment plants.