Measure building performance: Embrace your staff!
Jean Lupinacci, Chief, ENERGY STAR Commercial and Industrial Branch the EPA | 27 Dec 17
Although technology undoubtedly forms the backbone of successful sustainability programs, getting the most out of technology can sometimes be a challenge, as Jean Lupinacci describes here. Her work at the US Environmental Protection Agency confirmed the design, integration and operation of technology were all key success factors – but so was the level of engagement of the people working in the buildings where the programs were installed.
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